I've been with Decision Toolbox for 12 years and I have to say this is the most amazing company I have ever worked for. We work virtual, I can pick and or decline what clients/projects I want to work with, and not be afraid of losing my job because I decided to not work on a particular project. We are giving great tools to be successful in our roles. We have a support team to help us at any time. I think the most amazing thing about Decision Toolbox is the freedom this company gives us to manage our own work schedule so we can have a better quality of work life balance. Our CEO Kim Sheppard is an amazing person to work for and an inspiration to all of us. Our founder, Jay Barnett is probably one of the smartest persons I know and is always trying to find new ways to make our jobs better. We are truly like a family!
This is not for everyone. You have to be able to be very self disciplined in order be successful in a virtual environment.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Decision Toolbox (East Syracuse, NY) in August 2015.
Phone call to discuss the position, from Recruiter.
Had to connect to their scheduling system and select a time to talk, via a link.
This is unique to them, as a way of tracking the recruiters performance. Came across as very lazy on their part, because they cannot be bothered to click a time on their own calendar for an appointment.
-I was actually very willing to work around her schedule ahead of time, and told her to pick any time that was convenient and I would adjust my schedule. She would not do this, and made me use a link she sent to my email, telling me to log in and pick a time.
Recruiter called the wrong number.
I had to call her 5 minutes past the call time.
She expressed insincere remorse for calling the wrong number, and said she was late because she was on the phone with someone else.
Recruiter seemed terribly rushed and stressed out.
Spoke super-fast like she had a lot of caffeine.
She left the phone right on top of the keyboard and I could hear her typing very loudly. Very distracting when your trying to talk to someone and their typing ridiculously fast and loud.