I worked at TecAce full-time (More than a year)
Good people to work with.
There are always challenging projects to be concieved
Stable payment, holiday bonuses and incentives
sometimes you should take overtime work when project going hard.
No retirement annuity, but thats normal in this field.
Advice to Management
Anything to comment, wonderful managers and supervisors
I applied through an employee referral. The process took a week. I interviewed at TecAce (Bellevue, WA).
Phone interview with HR, followed by in-person interview. You are interviewed mostly by the HR managers, but also speak to upper management and the team manager who's team the applicant will be working on. You also speak with the CEO, although the length of that portion depends on how busy he is.
No room for negotiation. You are offered a probationary period for less pay, and almost all offers of full-time employment after probationary period is the same amount.
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