For over 25 years, InstaKey Security Systems has consistently improved their customer’s Key Control program offerings and employee recognition programs.
In January 2010, InstaKey charted an employee-driven partnership campaign called ASPIRE that reflects our company’s core values and expectations.
As with any new initiative, there is always an employee’s fear or resistance to change. I believe that the “Dysfunctional Company” posting by a former employee reflects this individual’s reluctance to change to our new environment and standards.
Advice to Management
On behalf of myself and my peers, we believe this feedback to be an inaccurate portrayal of InstaKey Security System’s core values, standards, or employee recognition programs. We challenge this feedback and will continue our growth with Making Key Management Simple for everyone.”
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at InstaKey Security Systems (Englewood, CO) in November 2016.
I applied online through LinkedIn, and about two weeks later I had my initial interview in person with the Director of Sales and Marketing. About a week after the initial interview, I was asked to come back and participate in three, one hour sessions with several members of their team. These members included the CEO, National Account Sales Manager, and the VP of IT. Each of the interviews went relatively well, however the entire process was draining having to answer similar questions for 3 hours in a row. After the final round of interviews, I emailed the director to find out that role had been given to another candidate in the interviewing process.
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