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    1. 2.0
      May 28, 2022
      Capital Markets Analyst
      Former Employee
      CEO Approval
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      Work life balance Good technology


      No promotion people have stayed here for ever No focus on growth at lower level Lot of politics at upper level and people at the top are hired only from closed circle Tanking stock price because they focus only on changing name last year not on organic growth


      We totally agree that work-life balance is a great perk for many employees! As we continue to operate in this hyper-competitive and rapidly evolving business environment, we want to ensure we are creating the right flexibility and balance for our Associates. We wish you all the best in your future endeavors.

      1. 4.0
        Sep 6, 2022
        Senior Application Engineer
        Current Employee, less than 1 year
        Columbus, OH
        CEO Approval
        Business Outlook


        The hours are flexible and aside from a brief hiccup in getting connected the first day, the onboarding process was pretty good. Work life balance is very nice and there isn't a tendency to overload people with more and more and more and more and more work.


        Processes are not well documented. It's a thing where you gradually learn it out, but that takes time and can lead to confusion. The company has a pretty complex heirarchy, so figuring out where you stand can be challenging. Again, it's something that you see more of and get a bigger picture of as you are there but it takes time.


        Thank you for all the great compliments! Our new hire onboarding experience is something we've really been focusing on, so we're exited to hear it was positive for you. Our processes are put in place to help ensure we can succeed as a business and to create an environment of consistency for our clients, customers, and Associates. However, we are constantly evolving our approach on various policy topics. Our overall goal is to have a work environment where our Associates can thrive and succeed. Every process is reviewed with that goal in mind.

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      I had a felony 20yrs ago and recently released. It would have nothing to do with these jobs. My history was stellar as industrial sales with engineering background, Now I want sales support positions which I have experience. I interview really well. I wait until an in person interview to bring this up so they have a better feel for me as a person. I am still navigating how and when to discuss this topic. I feel it needs to be brief and then pivot to how my skills can help the company.



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      As a leasing agent for two years, I then worked my way to assistant manager for t 11 months. Then, to a property manager position, nine months into my new role as manager, I was terminated, with no warning, completely unexpected. How do I explain this undeserving action and embarrassment in an upcoming interview without any risk in the decision-making of my employment with the company I am interested in? I hope I am relaying this in a way that is understood.

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