I worked at RadiantBlue Technologies full-time (More than 3 years)
Great pay, great office, great coworkers. I definitely enjoyed my time there at the beginning when the company was first growing. I got to contribute to processes that helped the team. They also have many group activities to encourage teamwork.
Near the end, I was losing a lot of motivation because there was little to no instruction from higher up despite me asking for more work to do. Also, I was given no clear deadlines for existing tasks. I prefer having a clearly defined schedule.
Advice to Management
Please listen to your employees when they want clearer information on what tasks are available and when tasks are due. Also, getting more feedback from end users would be very rewarding.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at RadiantBlue Technologies (Virginia Beach, VA) in July 2015.
The company was somewhat responsive and timely. Communication seemed to come in spurts. When the phone interview was done, there was a small group (less than five) representing RadiantBlue. The interviewers were challenging but professional. They made it clear that any offer they made would be a contingent offer, to "fill up their pipe" in advance of them getting more work. While not entirely a bad thing, it didn't mean much to have done the work and not have anything lining up. Communication dropped off sharply after a question about salary, and they haven't answered anything since then.
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