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I have been working at MeridianLink full-time (More than 5 years)
Leadership that is honest and genuinely cares about employees (true story: the CEO once put my bike in the back of his truck and drove me home because of bad weather.) Managers and team leads encourage employees to grow, learn, and try new things, even if there's no guarantee of success. Lots of opportunity to make a difference and add your mark to the company if you put yourself out there. If a project or experiment doesn't pan out, employees are encouraged to learn from the experience, rather than assigning blame or punishment. I've always felt very secure in my job as long as I'm honestly doing my best to add value to the company.
When I first started with the company (over 5 years ago) there was very little communication between different teams and departments, which caused some duplicated efforts and misunderstandings/confusion at the time. Fortunately, they've gotten much better at communication since then, but from time to time things will still sometimes slip through the cracks.
For employees who work remotely, or from a satellite office, the health insurance is quite a bit more expensive. When I moved away from HQ, that was tough at first.
Also, there's this one specific button in the system that continues to taunt me with its very existence, despite my many attempts to get rid of it. (Though to be fair, that's more of a personal vendetta than a criticism of the whole company.)
Advice to Management
To be totally honest, there's nothing I could say here that I haven't already said to management directly. They're really good about listening to employee feedback, and there are several suggestions I've given in the past that have ended up happening when the time was right. (Except for that one dang button!)
I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at MeridianLink.
Back and forth emailing with a hiring team member, two phone interviews, and a final in person interview. The team was very responsive and transparent with the entire process, this helped deal with a lot of associated stress