I have been working at Edgewater Technology full-time
Lots of exposure and chances to learn, great people to work with
Could have a better sense of team, you can get caught up with your clients and feel more connected with them.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Edgewater Technology.
I was sought out by HR to interview for an executive leadership position. In the initial discussion, I was very interested with the opportunity and it appeared the organization was committed to being competitive in my area of expertise. Their team also seemed quite capable. We addressed salary up front and they stated they could be competitive- process was drawn out over numerous phone interviews and multiple face to face discussion. I also was told I was getting an offer, like others have mentioned on reviews of this organization, but company never placed it in writing, they made a verbal offer 20K lower than the market minimum and then took almost two weeks to confirm my counter offer. Organization could have kept from wasting a lot of time, if it had been direct and up front about their inability to meet the minimum salary norm for the industry. Company seemed to be in a transition phase with Senior leadership frozen with concerns and indecision.
The whole process ended up coming across as un-professional.
Liked the organization and it's people, just appears they can't meet the standard salary opportunity for the market.
Reasons for Declining
20k to low of an offer
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