I have been working at Prosync full-time (More than a year)
ProSync takes care of their employees. Everyone in corporate knows all the contractors by name, the CEO and COO are always available for a chat or to help solve a problem, employees are never just a name or a number. Each employee gets a signed birthday and anniversary card, there are annual events and little traditions, happy hours, lunches, and ProSync makes it a point to make sure corporate and contractors see each other. All the benefits are to help the employees save money and become better professionally- health care costs are ridiculously low, the 401K and ESOP are strong, they offer money towards education and professional development, they set up courses for specific jobs, the list goes on and on. I know that if I have any kind of issue, there are so many people in the company I can turn to for help, guidance, and advice. All opinions, ideas, and suggestions are welcome. As employee-owners, you're encouraged to have a voice and bring new ideas to the table that make ProSync even better. It really is a family here.
Communication is hard sometimes because the contractors are all off-site and it's tough to get everyone together at once. No one wants to feel left out of the loop-it's an issue ProSync realizes exists and are constantly trying to improve.
Advice to Management
Keep diversifying, keep communicating, and keep growing!
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Prosync (Columbia, MD) in November 2014.
The interview was very casual and more of a "get to know you" experience. In fact, the first thing the recruiter told me was " Tell me something about yourself that's not on this.", referring to my resume. In my opinion, the interview was going very well, so I was surprised when I never heard back from them.
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