Mission: Vision To be a worldwide company that excels in ethical and emotional terms and that is led by values and where dreams really can come true. Beliefs In everis the most important thing is people -and their all-round development-. High professional performance thrives in ...
I worked at everis full-time (Less than a year)
Worked at Birmingham for a relatively short time on a very challenging project. Good work-life balance. The team was great, lots of talented people, and most of the new hires are locals. Worked mostly with Spring MVC, Webflows, and Node.js. The office is great, lots of space and well lit. Development is standardized and well documented, so moving from one project to another is almost seamless. People are open to new ideas and encourage you to share them.
Salary base is not the greatest. Most of the leaders and managers are Hispanic and sometimes it feels like if you want to be a leader, you need to be Hispanic. Not really a con, but development tasks were highly complex and require a deep understanding of the concepts and frameworks in question. If you are new to Java or Spring, you will have a hard time.
Advice to Management
Keep it up! My only true complaint is the base salary.
I applied through college or university. The process took a week. I interviewed at everis (Mayaguez, PR).
I was given a campus interview (after applying though my school job fair). I was sent an email saying that they wanted to interview me the day after the job fair. Once there I was interviewed by two people in sequential order, but I noticed that in the first one was the only one that they were actually asking behavioral questions and writing down, the other person just wanted to speak about the company in general and if I had any other questions. They were very nice.
Reasons for Declining
After a couple a day I received and offer but declined it because I was interested in research with a Texas A&M.
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