See how Q’s Talent team promotes diversity in the workplace, such as partnering with nonprofits and creating an environment of transparency: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ9Bq
Q's Chief People Officer shares what our first Hack Day taught her about creating a company culture that excites and motivates its employees.
Regular cleaning sessions keep your space neat and organized.
She takes offices from crying shame to hall of fame in no time. All you have to do is provide some basic information about your workplace and create a customized task list, and a five-star Q operator like Irene will take care of the rest. You won’t know how you lived without her.
We make sure you have whatever you need, whenever you need it.
You’ve got 99 problems, but a low toilet paper sitch ain’t one. Your dedicated Q operator keeps an eye on your supplies and automatically re-orders anything that’s running low. Employees can also make their own supply and grocery requests using Q’s technology.
Our handymen are here to help with all of your office maintenance.
When you thought about climbing the corporate ladder, you never imagined it meant fixing that pesky ceiling leak by yourself. We’ll search our network of experienced professionals to help you find the right person for every job so that you can focus on doing yours well.
I have been working at Managed by Q full-time (More than a year)
Q's grown from 2 to 150 people in the last three years and its financials (which it shares openly with its employees) are impeccable. It is continuing to grow at a breakneck pace. It's success is not an accident but rather a product of great leadership and great people. You can tell being here you are truly surrounded by exceptional people.
The leadership also cares deeply about all of its employees who work both out of the office and in the field. Q's part time labor force receives full health benefits, stock options and above market compensation. Many of them have advanced to full time roles and now work out of the office with the executive, sales people, engineers, operations folks, etc.
Q sets the bar high and demands the best of you. It's a great place to be.
Only 2-4 weeks paternity leave based on tenure (but 3 months maternity which is great)
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you're doing.
I applied online. I interviewed at Managed by Q.
First is self Introduction. They will ask about your projects. Then there will be two algorithm questions, followed by a large portion of system design question. I failed because I have no idea of distributed system in system design question.
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