I have been working at EagleView full-time (More than a year)
Great work/life balance, vibrant and chill culture. Company offers great perks including quarterly bonuses and will invest in your career advancement if you speak up and show a positive attitude and competency.
A mix of the "OG's" who have been with the company during it's younger years still speak of the "Good ol' days" and seem to struggle with the Vista acquirement and some of the changes brought down from that - the reality is EagleView is turning into a big boy company and that brings a lot of required restructuring and process changes.
Speaking from someone who has worked at other companies, this is the best company I have ever worked at and those who think the grass is greener somewhere else are highly mistaken - many find that out the hard way and decide to return it seems.
- Typical company benefits, health, dental, eye, life insurance, 401k
- Free food in the kitchen, ping pong and playstation as well in the kitchen
- Quarterly bonuses if you hit objectives
- Offers professional development and career growth/ tuition assistance if there's a valid need.
- Seem to try to hire within/promote within when able
- Typical Holidays and paid time off accrual
Company has healthy growth and profit.
Nitpicking from my side;
- 401k could be better with some kind of matching
- Health insurance is sub-standard in my opinion, I've had better options at previous companies as it seems that the current insurance is a bit high.
Advice to Management
Management could focus on seeing which departments are absolutely slammed with work and adjust hiring accordingly. Hiring seems to currently favor the departments that have a direct effect on profit or product development, which makes sense, but as the company grows so does the pressure it puts on other departments to stay on task and on top of work.
The recent moves that have been made to senior staff seem very positive and I feel they're solid changes that will create a big impact for the future.
I applied online. I interviewed at EagleView (Seattle, WA) in May 2017.
First, cognitive and personality test. Second, phone interview with a recruiter. Third, interview with District Manager. Fourth, interview with Regional Sales Manager. Fifth, flown out 2.5 hours to meet with President of Gov't sales. Got a call back from the recruiter saying I didn't have enough government experience.
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