I worked at American Labelmark full-time (Less than a year)
Interesting projects, friendly co-workers, good benefits, understanding managers and rarely having to work over 40 hours a week(worked here for a year and only had to put in 50 hours total of 3 times)
Ok, let's me be honest. This software group is not perfect. It's on the small side. If one of your co-worker does not carry his or her load then someone else have to pick it up.
There were few who worked less than 32 hours a week for months and complaint about having to do too much work and not wanting to work 8 hours a day. When it was called out that they weren't producing, they whined and complained then left to other job.
They blame the culture or the management but they turned so salty when many of their unreasonable requests were turned down.
Advice to Management
More communication on what's going on
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at American Labelmark (Chicago, IL) in September 2016.
Phone screen call then 1st round interview. Very unstructured. They promise to call you to confirm, but forget. Then they promise to contact you straight after, but do not really do. Seems like there is no proper hiring process. The interview questions asked in round interview are repeated by every interviewer
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