I have been working at Radiant Logic full-time (More than 3 years)
- Good pay and work/life balance
- Nice office with kitchen and snacks
- Pleasant and talented coworkers for the most part, an equal mix of longtime veteran employees and more recent hires
- Mostly engineering driven, on top of latest tech trends (big data, cloud, machine learning)
- Positive outlook: company has seen steady growth and increasing revenues.
- Employees can be laid off swiftly if they are not productive in a short time frame. Starting "slow" here is a recipe for disaster. Second chances are rarely given once management has decided you are not the right fit. Some of the past and recent reviews here can show you the high level of bitterness and hatred that result from those that are terminated.
- A bit of a disconnect between two groups at the company: Dev/Support and Marketing/Sales.
Advice to Management
Find a way to bridge the disconnect between the engineering teams and the marketing/sales team. I would also introduce a more systematic and formal employee review system. Give people frequent feedback about their performance so that they can get a chance to improve or fix things (once a year is not enough).
I applied online. I interviewed at Radiant Logic (Ramsey, NJ) in April 2017.
It started with a call with the HR Manager. It was followed by a Sytems Engineering Test. At the end of the test , I was told that the Hiring Manager wanter to talk to me and we had a long conversation. This was followed by an in-person interview at their Ramsey, NJ office. I did really well in the final interview. In fact, the HR manager reached out to me before the final interview to ask me if the commute was an issue and if I was fine with the package that they were offering. In fact, they asked me if I was willing to relocate to their Chicago office since there was an opening thereThe day after my in-person interview, I got an email from the HR manager saying that they are looking for candidates with a bit more background in their space. I was dumbfounded and thought that they should have told me at the very beginning so that I didn't waster so much time.
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