I have been working at Modspace full-time (More than 5 years)
Flexible schedules, promote from within, company car, decent benefits, involvement in interesting projects and challenges, personal growth, tuition reimbursement opportunity
Computer systems, rift/separation between the corporate office and "the field," field recognition, lack of training, legacy fleet issues
Advice to Management
There are a lot of good people in this company. There are so many hard working people who often work alone in an understaffed branch for long hours trying to drive results and fulfill initiatives. Trust in the people you've hired to do the job you want them to do, and provide them with the tools they need to do it. When bad apples appear, do not insult the good ones by adding more controls and safeguards that make their job harder. Remove the bad apple and let the good people do the job they were hired to do.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Modspace (Philadelphia, PA) in May 2015.
Was contacted by HR via email then had a 1/2 hour phone interview with HR specialist. Then an onsite interview with the hiring manager and Sr. Analyst a few days later. Interview process was difficult by the Sr. Analyst. Many technical questions were asked. Didn't give me the time to ask questions to the Sr. Analyst. Interviewing with the hiring manager was more general.
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