I worked at Logic Technology full-time
Great place to gain experience, get exposed to multiple technologies, and build a strong resume. Annual COLA raises came without issue.
Starting salaries seem low, however they were in-line with experience. Main issue is that while you can gain exposure to any technology at almost any level you are capable of handling there is no mechanism for salary to stay on target with those new skills. Some teams can be very tiered and silo'd.
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Logic Technology (New Haven, CT) in February 2015.
Application- online Interview with technical director, VP, VP of HR and Client point of contact. - 1-2 hours in length. The interview with the VP was not a technical interview. He solely pursued getting to know me as a person in which I was completely up front about who I was an my approach to things would be. Drug test, full background screening and reference contact. They do call references. It was a very thorough interview process. No dress down day even if the client allows it. No sneakers ever as outlined in their employee handbook. You're sold that the benefits package is 100% paid by the employer and costs 2x the amount of your salary and that would determine your rate of pay offered. The benefits package is good as compared to most but it doesn't include alternative medicine or orthodontics (even for minors). No matching 401k. So, stand firm on your negotiation and make sure you know what all of the numbers are. It looks nice on the surface but if you dig deeper you'll see there might be better offers available.
They didn't really negotiate anything other than to make a take or leave it offer.
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