Openforce Overview

  • www.oforce.com
  • Phoenix, AZ
  • 1 to 50 Employees
  • 2001
  • Company - Private
  • Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
  • $5 to $10 million (USD)

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Our mission is to deliver the platform for a more sustainable and profitable on-demand economy. More than 60,000 companies and contractors rely on Openforce as their outsourced provider for onboarding, contracting, settlement processing, and risk controls requirements. At ...
Mission: At Openforce, our mission is to deliver the platform for a more sustainable and profitable on-demand economy. Entire industries are redefining conventional models of work that fall short on cost, efficiency, and meeting customer demand. Which is why from our technology ...

Openforce Reviews

4.0
77%
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Wendy Greenland
Wendy Greenland
1 Rating
5.0
Current Employee, more than 3 years

"Best Place I've Worked in 40 Years"

Nov 19, 2019 - Client Service Representative in Phoenix, AZ
Recommends
Positive Outlook
Approves of CEO

Pros

This is a great software company who's been around for 24 years, absolutely tops in the business, with a stellar reputation and truly great people. We provide compliance onboarding, payroll

Cons

The software itself is old, sloggy, touchy, and breaks too often. Half our employees are IT/Development geeks. Half of those people are in charge of improvements, upgrades, and new features to the

Advice to Management

Communication that starts at the top can only trickle down to the people on the phones- those who need practical, specific information the most, to answer our customers' questions- by a concerted
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Diversity & Inclusion at Openforce

2.8
(2 Reviews)

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Openforce Interviews

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  1. Senior Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Phoenix, AZ
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview
    Application

    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Openforce (Phoenix, AZ) in Sep 2017

    Interview

    Contacted by HR to setup 30 min interview with CTO.
    Initial 30 min talk with CTO to understand your experience and also to get a clear picture of what the company is about and looking for.
    After that an hour long technical interview with CTO and couple of engineers, on video chat.
    From my side the interview went well. The engineers were nice and we had a good discussion. Most of the questions were around my projects and how they were setup. Lot of Java and Spring Boot related questions and how I used them in my projects.
    The CTO is involved in all the interviews, since it's a small size company. But the vibe that I got was that CTO will hold it against you, if you are coming from a big size company. Because during the interview I had to hear 'well because you are a big corporation...' more times than you would expect. Later, recruiter confirmed it by telling me that he had heard similar comments from other candidates who happen to be working for a bigger corporation.
    I guess the concern might be that people might be able to fit in a start-up like size or culture or they don't get enough hands-on experience at a big company. I just hope they don't lose out on good candidates with that thought process.
    So, if you coming from a big size company be prepared for it.
    If the concern is not enough hands-on experience, then I would suggest they jump on the bandwagon of hackerrank and such online tests.
    Interview

    Most of the questions were projects mentioned in the resume. Details around what technologies were used in it and how they were setup. Spring Boot and Spring Data JPA related questions.

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Company Updates

July 28, 2021
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These recent updates will help you quickly find the most qualified ICs, onboard them faster, and promote a culture of safety
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Product updates: IC Recruit, updates to screening processes, and MVR Monitoring and Education
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November 5, 2018
The insurance needs of businesses operating with large contingent workforces, namely a significant number of 1099 independent contractors (IC), are many times more complex than large businesses utilizing an employee workforce. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQSvo
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