Mission: One Technologies is committed to relationships.
One Technologies is committed to progress.
One Technologies is committed to learning.
We’re an incredibly curious bunch. We’re constantly learning ...
The culture is the cornerstone of what makes working at One Tech a rewarding experience. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ0SL
What's OT like?
Culture is a priority
We believe in hard work and expect high performance from our people and our products, and we also believe that our employees should have fun while they do it.
We enjoy where we work
At OT, we are focused on our people. We promote a collaborative working environment and want to do everything in our power to fulfill the needs and expectations of our employees. We’re always innovating and trying new things – together.
We give back to our community
Dallas has a special place in the hearts of our employees. The vibrant, bustling community is one we are proud to work in and we enjoy giving back. Whether it’s a can drive, fundraiser or community home build, our employees are passionate about helping others.
We’ve got serious benefits
I worked at One Technologies full-time (More than 3 years)
Lots of interdepartmental work and communication
Company team building activities
Low priced insurance
Very open communication between owner and employees
Beer at functions
Employees quickly become entitled with all the perks
HR doesn't deal with disputes quickly or vocally and creates a sense of us versus them between management and non-management
Very little room for advancement, almost all executive leadership is brought in
Yearly Cultural Influence Grading (a system where everyone in the company anonymously grades everyone else) can be a source for stress and bullying
Advice to Management
Be careful of favoritism. There does at times seem to be preferential treatment of those who have been on board for a long time most likely by the owner.
Take the reviews on this site with a grain of salt. Just like the CIG grading has become a way for those at the bottom to take a shot at those above them, the reviews on this site are the same thing. Although I feel there are legitimate complaints in these reviews, I would be careful on the takeaways.
Promote Promote Promote. There is a lack of advancement in the company. It is sad to watch people leave who are ready to move up and beyond. They should be given the opportunity within rather than driving them out and replacing them with people who don't already have the internal experience.
End CIG, it is nothing but hurtful.
HR, empower the managers to handle their own problems by having clear rules and regulations that will allow you to stand behind management decisions.
Decide if you want to be a consumer product company or a be a single product.
Squash entitlement. It doesn't hurt to be real with people and let them realize that they aren't owed all the perks. If someone wants to leave because they feel the company isn't appreciating them, maybe it is time for that person to move on.
Consider allowing people to work remotely. Your benefits may be top notch, but some of your office practices are wildly outdated.
Mark, either step back and let someone else run things or get out there and talk to your people like you supposedly did in the beginning.
I applied through a staffing agency. I interviewed at One Technologies (Dallas, TX) in April 2017.
Initially was contacted by an external recruiter . Then after some back and forth (and about 4 hours) I was submitted. I was hesitant to go through the process with the glassdoor reviews but I was hard sold from the recruiter. I went to the office for another 2 hours and interviewed with 4 different team memebers. They were all very nice however it really seemed like they are trying to fix an issue with developers output. There was not allot of talk about innovation but they seem to have a really good process for development and seem to be moving in a good direction. Office was laid back and it would be good for someone maybe more jr.