LCS has more than tripled in size since 2008. This growth can be attributed to the fact that our number one asset is our staff. We recognize that our talented group of employees is the reason we continue to grow and increase revenue every year!
And our employees think so highly of LCS that they have repeatedly nominated us as an Enquirer Media Top Workplace, resulting in the company winning this coveted award for six straight years.
If you are looking for an employer who values you and wants to make your job and workplace as satisfying as possible, take a look at what LCS has to offer....
James - Software Development Team Lead
Krysti - Web Designer/Developer II
Kyle - RM12 Conversion Team Lead
Camille - Sales Representative
Carson - Product Support Specialist
Ali - Training Manager
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9140 Waterstone Blvd.
Cincinnati, OH 45249
I have been working at LCS full-time (Less than a year)
-As a growing company, there is plenty of opportunity for growth.
-Great leadership (at least in my department).
-The company invests in my skills and role through paid training and membership to a professional organization. While I haven't attended conferences yet, they've been in discussions and I trust that in time LCS will further invest in me and my role.
-A beautiful new building and grounds.
-A "Donuts with Dave" is hosted annually in which Dave, the CEO, meets with a group of about 20 people and each person is given time to discuss ideas and issues. Dave will answer questions and respond to each person. Over the years, these meetings have produced a lot of change and improvements.
-The Wellness and Social Committees make sure to host events that drive interaction and involvement from employees. One of my favorite things is having a different food truck visit every two weeks.
-It's not an issue for me, but there is not a formal short-term disability benefit (that maternity leave typically falls under). LCS did enact Paid Medical Leave (PML) which recognizes prolonged sickness and FMLA situations. The drawback is that there is a 5-day waiting period in which you much use Paid Time Off (PTO) before you can begin using PML. Further, the accrual rate is 1.24 hours per pay period (4 days annually). This means that you have to work 5 years before you could actually have a 6-week paid paternity leave. This is not an issue for me, but I do think it's a little behind the times.
Advice to Management
There needs to be more access and interaction between development and the rest of the company; you can't code effective products if you don't listen/communicate with others. Change is slow, but I know managers have heard this complaint and have begun the process of change.
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at LCS (Cincinnati, OH) in December 2016.
By phone, Very respectful and pleasant., Person explained the position and probed to determine my true interest level. Asked questions to probe my true skill level and wanted to know my salary expectations. Seemed to be a little surprised at my salary expectations. Also we discussed that they had just moved into a new building and it location.