Mission: In early 2018, 360training was acquired by PWP and Redhawk Investing, led by current 360training CEO, Tom Anderson. Tom immediately brought on an experienced team of finance, marketing, and sales executives with proven track records of success to help take 360training to the ...
I have been working at 360training full-time (More than a year)
Change can be a great thing, but it can be painful to change 19 years of history overnight. There are many things that need to be fixed, and that is a huge task. Part of change is getting rid of old things, including but not limited to people. Building a new culture takes time, and effort. Things here are far from perfect right now, but they are getting better. If you don't have the fortitude to handle change, this might not be a good fit for you right now. Check back in 1 year, it will be hopping.
People who have left, either on their own or by being let go, keep trashing the company. It is hard not to when you are angry or upset. But the company is doing many things to improve the company, and that can be an easy way to ruffle feathers. Give it some time, there are honest and hardworking people who are making a huge difference.
Advice to Management
Keep doing the right things. Notice stress withing the company, and address it. Many people here are doing a great job in a stressful environment. Incentivize and motivate, it will help.
I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at 360training (Austin, TX) in May 2018.
It was an initial non-technical phone screen from HR followed up by another phone interview from the VP of IT.
The interview with the VP went well and he asked a lot of good questions. At the end of the call with the VP he asked me to come in the next week at a set date and time, went through the process of what would be asked at the in person and then noted HR would email me the details. HR never followed up, I reached out to them and they never responded or informed me of anything. Like a lot of companies these days they just drop ball communication wise. It seems weird to me that you would set a date and time, then note that he has to go through HR to set it up and neither party follows up or responds to inquiries.