I have been working at Calabrio full-time (More than a year)
Corporate Giving - Very important to the company and CEO. The events, new ideas, and effort being put forth by HR and the participation from employees is awesome to see. Just plays into the company's vision of innovation and being people-focused which really makes you feel good to be a part of.
Management - Across some departments where moral may have been low at one point, managers and leadership are really addressing and taking a look to improve. Seeing things like happy hours for entire departments come up shows camaraderie and cohesiveness amongst everyone is on the rise.
Customer and People Focused - Still and always seems it will be at the top of the priority list here. Not just with customers, but employees too.
Recruiting/HR - A LOT of hiring going on. Comments I've received from new hires in different departments have been awesome. Quality communication during the interview process. A new "Buddy Program" where we pair up new hires with someone who's been here a while really starts them off on the right foot to make them feel valued.
"Growing pains" due to A LOT of company growing, but great to see they are being addressed and not shoved under the rug like some companies do.
Advice to Management
Keep listening to your employees and make the effort to address issues and influence change. Company's going to keep going through changes, so we need to as well.
The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Calabrio.
Got contacted by their recruiters several times and was dropped without so much as an explanation. Not the typical "bad interview" no response. The schedule a meeting and no show up, no response. Seems to echo some of the things other people are saying about poor leadership.
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