- Empowers power, listens to them for ideas, and encourages dissenting opinions. I feel respected and valued, which is great.
- Good combination of small enough to make a difference and have some possible reward if the company is later sold, but stable unlike a startup
- Good pay and benefits
- Very good vacation time policy (esp once personal time and floating holiday are added)
- Flexible and reasonable hours (some work off hours, esp. during crunch time, but generally few people there on site before 10am or after 7pm)
- Small goodies like bagels twice a week, food often out at lunch, a recent Bay cruise, everyone sent home early before Labor Day weekend, etc.
- Telecommuting officially allowed, but not really available
- Occasional weekend work during crunches for developers
Advice to Management
Keep doing most of what you are doing, but be careful with the occasional weekend work for developers, as they may get tempted to go elsewhere in the Bay Area, where jobs are more plentiful than the country at large. Note that "John A. Rade" is not currently at iMANY -- he is part of the previous management team from long ago.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at I-many (Portland, ME) in October 2013.
Contacted through recruiter, two telephone interviews, on site interviews with 5 people, one follow up telephone call. While interviewing for a position where I had significant technical expertise on the software and had come from an engagement supporting one of their clients as an internal resource.
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