Fairly relaxed workplace
Not much micro-managing
This place started off great to work for years ago, but went on a huge decline real quick! They were a growing tech company with a niche and ventured out into a few other areas....then they made the mistake of going public and then biting off more than they could chew in the industry. First thing I noticed is the lack or organization. People are spread way too thin in their roles. There also doesnt seem to be much training, but I guess you need open communication from the company for that to happen. They seem ok with parting ways with the good people and retaining the bad. It's all about brown-nosing here and nothing else. You can bust your hump all you want, but if you don't smile the right way to mgnt or to their main admin then you are noone. They rewarded their employees with < 5% pay increases in the past and then they stepped it up and gave most a 10% pay cut. All this while sales raked in their commissions and execs cashed in their huge paychecks and expensed everything from trips to Super Bowls to personal jewelery. On the subject of execs....this place is layered with them! I mean so layered that they make up bogus titles for some having employees scratch their heads asking "so what does he/she do?". They recently went though an aquisition and people had hoped for change, but things stayed the same and morale and the overall performance of the company suffered after that. They have cut most of the staff at headquarters and who knows if anyone will be around by the end of this year.....pretty sad state of decline, but C-level are the only ones to blame here.
Advice to Management
You had a good thing going and once treated your employees with respect, but greed got in the way and you lost sight of what initially led to your success. The business model of having "all chiefs, and no indians" didnt work too well did it? Next time surround yourself with execs that know how to run things and can show results!
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at InfoLogix (Hatboro, PA) in July 2008.
Spoke to hiring manager, brought in and met with hiring manager, then others in the organization. Waited 1 hour for the CEO who was late for the interview
Able to negotiate higher salary quite easily. They find it difficult to get good people, so if you can figure out if you are the favorite candidate then you have some room
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