Highest Rated CEOs: 2014 (#13)
Our employees are at the heart of our success. At Eze Software, we foster career growth at all levels within the company and encourage employees to take ownership of their careers.
Every member of our management team makes it a priority to personally invest in the potential of each individual and his or her professional development. We strongly advocate upward and lateral mobility, and most of our leaders have risen to their current roles from within our ranks.
Our referral and alumni networks enable us to maintain a strong sense of community and drive us to recruit the best and the brightest for our team by seeking talented, hard-working individuals who display an enthusiasm to learn and realize their potential. We offer a wide range of positions that help you jump-start your career within the investment technology industry or build and expand a career in progress.
Eze Software is focused on empowering, engaging, and motivating employees to directly influence and cultivate a positive corporate culture through development of employee driven initiatives. These efforts have led to a wide range of success stories, including a company-wide peer nominations program, Bring Your Kids to Work Day, summer outings, company-sponsored sports leagues, pool and foosball tournaments, on-site yoga and international potluck meals.
GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY
The Eze Software Community Service Committee (“CSC”) actively supports the EzeSoft Charity Fund Corporation (the “EzeSoft Charity Fund”) by raising money for the EzeSoft Charity Fund and administering its donations to individuals, families, and non-profit organizations in need. The CSC also promotes and develops social awareness while ensuring corporate citizenship within all EzeSoft offices. To determine needs within our communities, the CSC actively encourages our employees to submit candidates to receive donations from the EzeSoft Charity Fund which are then considered by the CSC. The EzeSoft Charity Fund was established by EzeSoft employees in 2005 as a private foundation qualified as exempt under Section 501(c) of the Internal Revenue Code.
For a number of years, Eze Software has been recognized as an award-winning workplace by national news sources including the Boston Business Journal, Boston Globe, and Chicago Tribune. We are proud of our recognized culture, and continue to place the utmost value on our principal asset – our employees.
We recognize that benefits are an integral part of your total compensation, so we’ve designed our benefits package to provide flexible coverage options to meet both individual and family needs. We are pleased to offer one of the top benefits packages in the industry. Benefits vary across product and global locations but typically include:
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DEDICATION TO TRAINING AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT
Through our dedicated training team, we provide employees with the opportunity to expand their professional development through a diverse offering that includes in-house classes, sponsorship for certifications, and mentorships.
We are focused on providing learning opportunities through a number of resources and creating a culture of learning across the company. Our programs, which change in anticipation of emerging paradigm shifts at Eze Software, are designed to help develop employee’s job skills while also enabling them to focus on overall career development and growth.
In addition to job-specific training, we also offer a range of development opportunities in other areas including:
I worked at Eze Software full-time (More than a year)
-Great people / culture
-Challenging / Rewarding work
-Growing company, a lot of changes for the better
-As expected with company growth / processes change, internal workflows are still being worked out within the new client service model.
Advice to Management
The process took 5+ weeks. I interviewed at Eze Software.
Scheduled initial call with Henry, a recruiter in their Boston office. Call ended in very high spirits and a promise of following up over email with the job spec for another position that I would be better suited for. We were on the phone for a while discussing who key people were, culture, office environment, etc. Basically, he gave me the impression that I would definitely go in for an interview. A week, two weeks, three weeks goes by...no follow up...email or call. Left me with a bad taste in my mouth about the company and how they treat their workers.