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I have been working at FarHeap Solutions, Inc. full-time (More than a year)
Being part of farheap for almost a year, reshaped my career. The company is always ever evolving and growing providing multiple opportunities to their employees. It is a fast paced environment with a start up feel. You get to wear many hats and work with all departments. If you are looking for a 9-5 job, this is definitely not the place for you. Only people who are hard workers, passionate about their job and love what they do can survive here. Everyone appreciates one another and works in collaboration to constantly improve things and achieve the business goals. At the same time, you do get the work life balance. Everyone is flexible in the company as long as you get your work done, meet yours deadlines. The best part is everyone works here as family irrespective of their differences. Love my team members. They definitely make my day go by with a lot of fun.
Wish the benefits are better than what they are today.
Advice to Management
Thank you for taking care of your employees!
I applied online. I interviewed at FarHeap Solutions, Inc. (Las Vegas, NV).
I first had a good phone interview. I was then invited in to meet with Executive staff. The questions were intelligent and in depth. They were clearly concerned with hiring someone who really knew their discpline and took time make sure they were getting it. That's a kudo.
I ended up discontinuing the interview process with an offer coming because something a member of staff shared with me was really disrepectful to job seekers. There was just a bad vibe. I really liked the person who would have been my manager but spidey-senses said "run".
The real reason I'm writing this review is to get FarHeap's attention on their responses. The responses to more damage than anything anyone can write. The tone is aweful. The content worse. They are too long and too defensive. Simply thank the person for their opinion and assure them you are working on it... and then do just that. Attacking someone's opinion just re-enforced the negative things they are saying.
I like to see companies succeed. This is not the way to do it.
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