I worked at Allied Telesis full-time (More than 3 years)
- Mid-size company with start-up mentality: You have a chance to positively impact the firm - Chance to wear multiple hats and develop multiple skills - Upper management is open to discuss ideas - Amazing and cooperative team - Solution based company
- Too many shifts in direction and management. - Centralized management in Japan - Support to the sales team
Advice to Management
- Increase sales support - Competitive Warranty - Increase direct sales while nurturing and valuing partners and distributors (which brings cash flow)
Got a call from a recruiter about a PM role. They then offered to interview me on site. I was interviewed by 3 managers, 2 of them seemed disinterested in what I had to say and how I presented myself. They too seemed very disinterested in what they had to present to me as well. It was a bad experience. I arrived early and still waited for almost 30 minutes for the first manager to arrive. Oh, and after reviewing the Glassdoor reviews, I declined their offer. Stay away, this place is terrible.
Reasons for Declining
The culture of the organization was reflective of the persons who interviewed me. Lack of interest and even respect is what I got out of this experience. Don't bother even going on an interview. Stay away from this hole.
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