I worked at VisionIT (More than 3 years)
They are very efficient form beginning to end of the hiring process. They are also very good at keeping in contact with you during the contact period. Never had any issues with benefits or pay. Great company.
Not any cons that come to mind. Allowing for human error, they really do make the effort to be on top of everything.
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at VisionIT (Detroit, MI) in July 2015.
I had a total of five interviews: two phone calls with the recruiter, one with the hiring manager, another with an employee on the project, and one panel interview with the client that the project was for.
Other than the number of interviews, there was nothing wrong with the interview process. The recruiter was extremely helpful. My issue isn't the fact that I didn't receive an offer, but that the line of communication. It wasn't until two weeks after my 1:1 interview with the hiring manager that I received communication that I didn't receive the position. A month and a half later, the recruiter contacted me again saying that they were still interested in hiring me and set me up with another phone interview with a VisionIT employee.. After that, I interviewed with the client that VisionIT was working on a project for. Weeks after the last interview I contacted VisionIT several times with no response. I found out the recruiter had been fired. The hiring manager and other VisionIT employee also never responded.
It is important for companies to send denial emails to prospective employees, even if they're just templates, even if they're automated. Prospective employees who have poor experiences with communication go out to tell their fellow college graduates and professionals about their bad interview experience and how communication was inadequate. Forward thinking, culturally advanced companies always keep a clear line of communication even when they respectfully decide not to move forward with prospects. I will never consider a position with VisionIT after my experience.