I worked at SolTech full-time (More than a year)
I have nothing but complete respect to the company's management and leadership team. Time and time again I have been pleasantly surprised by the support management provides to everyone in the company. While no company is perfect, Soltech has constantly made improvements to provide a better workplace for everyone. Soltech's leadership team is quick to recognize and reward good performance.
The company is also very generous. When I was there, the company gifted every employee expensive and cool electronic gadgets (MacBooks, iPads, etc.). Moreover, if you refer a talented professional, which I did, the company has a good referral program.
As the company continues to grow, I have no doubt that it will continue improving workplace conditions and other employee benefits.
While this is not a negative comment towards the company, I can see why some people would think that this is not the ideal place for them. Soltech is a consulting firm and, typically, consulting firms are different to non-consulting firms/companies. To succeed at Soltech, I believe you have to be a person that takes on initiatives rather than be a person that expects to be told what to do every step of the way.
Advice to Management
I would like to see Soltech establish itself as a stronger consulting firm. The company could possibly partner with one of the city’s prominent colleges and universities to attract younger talent to take on more projects and inject an energetic vibe.
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at SolTech (Atlanta, GA) in April 2012.
First went online and submitted my resume. Then was contacted by an IT Recruiter. Then was involved in a light phone interview. After that then was scheduled for an in-person interview.
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