Mission: StorageCraft is committed to the channel distribution model because it allows our award-winning backup and disaster recovery software to be integrated into larger solutions, and because it allows our MSP (managed service provider) and VAR (value-added reseller) partners to ...
I have been working at StorageCraft full-time (More than 3 years)
It was, bar none, the best employer on the Silicon Slopes.
It's still pretty good.
Sometimes recently I feel that I am being micro-managed. I'm too old for that. Go play your games elsewhere.
We used to have the best healthcare I could imagine (Select Health). Now it's Cigna, and Cigna seems to drop our calls (to India?) before they might incur any cost.
Advice to Management
"Trust is given"? Then back off and trust me. Or fire me. Wipe the slate clean and start with your pals, if that is what you really want. I don't actually care all that deeply, because I am being poached like you cannot believe. I am (and we are) more flexible than you are.
Management promises that growth benefits us all, but growth is not as transparent as you might imagine. Trickle-down didn't work for Reagan either. Other commenters have pointed out the bad acquisitions. There was no serious due-diligence done. We are supposed to digest this for you? BURP.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at StorageCraft in April 2016.
Got called by their HR manager. Was asked a few basic questions like current salary (did not answer this one), if I would be willing to relocate, and so on. Scheduled to have a 30 minute interview with a director and two devs. They explained they are rapidly expanding and are looking to hire many developers ASAP.
I thought the interview went well and there would be a followup but I received a "don't call us, we'll call you" before I could even send a thank you note to the interviewers (had the interview at EOD, got the rejection early morning). I felt my skills were adequate for the position but even though they're hiring for "teams full of positions" I was outright rejected. Frustrating experience.
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