Mission: To provide law firms with the most reliable and effective tools for managing a legal practice, along with the best customer service in the industry.
I have been working at Software Technology, LLC full-time (More than 3 years)
The working environment is very friendly, and encourages communication between employees and departments if a question arises. There are good benefits to working with the company, and the culture promotes healthy working habits; the software and customer service provided is held to a high standard, but not at the expense of an employee burning out or rushing a deadline. There have also been multiple instances of promotion within the company in various departments since I started here, so there are lots of career opportunities. I feel valued as an employee here.
There is no way to work from home.
I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Software Technology, LLC (Lincoln, NE) in May 2014.
Submitted resume and cover letter
Received call from HR
Called back for initial call. Questions included: GPA in college, salary at current position, reason for seeking new employment, current job responsibilities.
Interviewer was very open about starting salary, and the 4 expected bumps in the first year: two types of software are supported by the company and a pay bump once a proficiency has been passed for each. Plus a 6mo and 1yr bump for time in company. By the end of the first year, one could expect to make near 30k and there wasn't any wiggle room in salary.
It this position was offered earlier in my career, I would have continued the process. I was very impressed at the candidness of position overview and salary. Most times, in my experience, companies wait until an offer is going to be made to disclose salary and if the salary is too low, everyone's time was wasted.
Reasons for Declining
This question is worded in a way that I cannot give a true answer. I was not offered the position but declined to more forward in the interview process for salary reasons.
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