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I have been working at Radius Innovation & Development full-time (More than a year)
Each office can be pretty different. Just had a great global meeting where they brought EVERYONE to San Jose. Was great to meet everyone and think it helps with morale and potential collaboration.
Studio is very much stand alone, and San Jose has gotten much better in just the last new months. They did remove the CEO/president and some team members under an objective he tried but wasn't working. I know at least a couple of the negative reviews are those people that were laid off, not due to their fault, but the CEO's plan that didn't pan out.
I think San Jose office was rough a year ago, but has gotten much better. I'm happy with the hardworking, friendly people that are here . In of course because it's a product design consulting company, lots of variety.
It is a consulting business, so it can be hectic at times. You need to be nimble and fast sometimes more so than a start up . The pay is OK but definitely could and should be a little bit better. The commute is far for some, but for me it's great and reverse commute.
Advice to Management
Keep up the idea of empowering your employees. Also the principle of allowing to make mistakes in the effort to improve the employee and the business.
Do a salary comparison between other companies in The Valley, or you will lose employees to the googles apples and Amazonians out there.
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Radius Innovation & Development (San Jose, CA) in April 2017.
Got contacted by a recruiter, and went in for an interview. Following the interview I had not heard back, it was pitch silent. Can't even begin to describe how unprofessional this is, especially for a company in the Bay Area. Get your act together Radius. Also the culture seems pretty wack in my opinion. The design strategy director doesn't even have a design background...marketing does not count. Personally I would stay away.