Mission: To help companies across the globe break down the barriers between legal, compliance, and operational risk.
I have been working at Mitratech full-time (More than a year)
Lots of opportunity and great culture. Leadership team really cares for the company and the employees.
Company has a proactive long-term plan for their place in the market.
Open PTO actually means open PTO. While you obviously can't abuse this, the company actively pushes for employees to take time off.
With acquisitions as part of the company growth strategy, expect change. I don't think this is personally a con, but for some people this can be extremely stressful.
While the company is extremely stable and has been around for a long time, some aspects of the business feels a little startup'y. Lean teams, small workspaces at corporate, and many remote sales reps.
I applied online. I interviewed at Mitratech (Austin, TX).
I applied for the role online. I received an email back to schedule a call. I made it through the initial call and was asked to take an online quiz. In preparation I took a practice quiz and asked a few questions of the recruiter. He advised that it was SAT-ish in nature. Vocabulary and math. I have an MBA so I figured that taking a few prep tests should get me ready.
I took the test and then never heard a word back. I tried following up as I was very interested in the role. I still haven't heard a word. Very bad form on their part. If someone takes the time to interview with you and take a test, then you should respond back, even if it's a "no thank you, we are not interested" email.