I worked at Enghouse Interactive full-time
My manager definitely had an open door policy & always provided my with the type of work & challenges to keep me interested. Due to some of the side benefits, I felt it was an employee oriented company.
Business model was a little skewed. Instead of focusing on improving software for all clients and getting more business, management concentrated on just the biggest one. This was constantly burning people out and morale was going down the tubes.
Advice to Management
Go back to the previous way of doing business, take care of the little fish, not just one big fish.
Had several informal phone interviews, 1 interview in person that was somewhat technical, 1 interview with a manager just to see if I'd fit in. There was about a week in between being contacted.
Reasons for Declining
I was treated as if I were an entry level employee with no experience. Pay offered was very insulting. 5 interviews for a $38k salary with poor benefits. They weren't willing to negotiate salary at all. No thanks & best of luck in hiring an experienced Voip engineer.
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