I have been working at Ipreo full-time (More than a year)
I've been with Ipreo for almost two years now. There has been a tremendous amount of change in that time and for all of the right reasons. Employees are encouraged to bring their ideas to the table and make change happen. Because of that we are now offered more paid time off for maternity/paternity leave, two days off per year for community engagement, an expanded internship program that serves as a pipeline for our newly launched Ipreo Leadership Program (rotation program for entry level hires) and the opportunity to own your career.
I've seen several reviews that highlight owning your career as a con and I absolutely disagree. Ipreo fosters an environment that encourages teammates to speak up for themselves and bring their whole true selves to work. I am a firm believer that you own your career and if you put in the work you will definitely see the results.
Ipreo is still playing catch up with it's internal technology. Wifi was implemented last summer and that was a huge win. There isn't an intranet site where you can go and find information/documents and that can be a struggle.
The pace is also incredibly fast. I find that I thrive in a fast paced environment, however, this is unlike anything I've ever experienced. We put new ideas into motion very quickly without a lot of red tape. This is a great thing however I find that it definitely impacts my work life balance at times.
Advice to Management
Continue to ask employees for feedback and listen. We've made great strides over the past few years and I am very excited about where we are headed.
I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at Ipreo (New York, NY).
Via employee referral, had two phone interviews followed by an in-person interview. Questions were straightforward and role-specific. None were overly difficult or out of the box. Interview held in NY office.
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