- Folsom, CA
- 201 to 500 Employees
- 1 Location
- Type: Company - Private
- Founded in 2003
- Revenue: Unknown / Non-Applicable
- Computer Hardware Development
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Going on 2 years at current 500+ employee “unicorn” $1B SaaS company. My ~100 accounts have ~$75M annual revenue. The internal analytics systems I built are referenced by c-suites/executives, provide insight to guide product/content development, built the framework for how success teams operate, and are a pillar of the tech value stack for business partners. Salaried at $60k, no bonuses/commissions, never gotten a raise. How do I navigate that conversation? Nothing has come from my efforts.
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By inclusion, I mean they include you in decisions, inform you as the company changes, and are completely transparent with reasons. Leadership is completely humble and wants to truly motivate based on what people want to be doing for work day-to-day. Truly one-of-a-kind feel here. Also, ZERO pressure for constant deadline chasing, and work:life balance is not just a buzzword here - it's truly encouraged and protected.
Small company - minor growing pains and expensive family health insurance at this phase of company growth, but they are working to improve it, and they LISTEN to us.
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InterviewOverall it went well. I had an initial phone call interview, then a follow-up interview with 2 people from HR that asked very basic questions. Felt like the 3rd round interview was a good assessment and overview of the position. Actually talked with the hiring managers and realized that I did not fully understand the role or what specific teams I would be working on until this point.Interview
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...low paying job with benefits easily move up...
November 15, 2022
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