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I have been working at Datasource Consulting full-time (More than a year)
Datasource is a rapidly growing company in both revenue and number of employees. The company offers all employees competitive compensation packages with free health insurance options and a 401K match. Datasource also offers opportunities for career advancement and has a dedicated paid training budget.
The company is located in a trendy office in RiNo area of Denver. The office features a fully stocked fridge and pantry. Employees are offered free parking and are given the opportunity to bring their pet to work.
As the company continues to grow, the leadership team has placed an emphasis on improving communication. All employees have direct access to the leadership team. The company also hosts a monthly all company update and distributes a monthly internal newsletter to keep employees up-to-date on the company's status and direction. Datasource also hosts bi-monthly social team events to foster culture.
With the company's success, there has been growing pains - too much work for too little people and limited office space. Datasource is working to address the issues, but reaction times can be slow.
Advice to Management
Continue what you're doing to address the growing pains and the company will continue to be both successful and a best place to work for a very long time.
I applied online. I interviewed at Datasource Consulting (Denver, CO) in January 2017.
Though I was applying for a 'permanent' position, there was only a phone interview with a Datasource recruiter about an upcoming contract. 80% of the interview was about the work and 20% about my skill set to complete the work. A follow-up interview before the work began was 100% about the contract and virtually nothing about my skill set.
I didn't feel they were interviewing someone for a permanent, full-time career but seemed to be looking for another pair of hands to do some work.