the day to day people are all fun, smart, talented, genuine people. they are all a blast and i loved every min with them. lots of work life flexibility and great work-life balance
The leader of epocrates is only concerned with herself and has her own agenda.
no career growth
salary bands, part of athena and a result of the acquisition, limit your pay
no resources being put towards epocrates business
unless you are junior, you won't have career growth. senior leadership actually said that they "disliked when people asked about promotions..." (um, how else do you get to the next level...?)
Advice to Management
sell or spin epocrates off at this point... and stop limiting pay while all your leadership rolls in millions (yes, we see the SEC filings)
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at Epocrates (Princeton, NJ) in March 2016.
I was contacted by a recruiter who sent over my resume and quickly schedule an interview within a day or two. The interview was quite easy and simple, I was interviewed by three different people each lasting 30 - 45 minutes. They went over a some of my skills and experience, and tried to get more information on me. I was given a technical test which was fairly simple for anyone who knows how to code for the web.
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