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Someone at my firm is calling my integrity into question (not going into anymore detail to ensure I remain anon). I am apalled that someone would do this, and they have no shred of evidence, just a "gut feeling." It goes without saying but I did not do what they alleged. My integrity and honesty are the two traits I have that I value the most. I'm extremely upset and don't know how to proceed other then to leave the firm, but wouldnt that be an admission of guilt? How should I approach this?
Top Review Highlights by Sentiment
- "It seems really great at first, but after spending time in the environment your really start to get a sense of how toxic and manipulative management can be." (in 3 reviews)
- Current Employee★★★★★Nov 30, 2022 - Web DeveloperRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Flexible and able to learn more.
I didn’t find any cons for now.
- Former Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★Oct 7, 2022 - Intern in Saint Louis, MORecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Lovely environment full of inspiring people who are extremely helpful and ready to see you succeed. It’s also an eclectic place to work at and you definitely won’t have a dull moment there
Personally there are no cons in my opinion!Continue reading
- Current Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★Oct 7, 2022 - Call Center Representative in Riverside, CARecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Is that you get to make extra income, with monthly bonuses
that is no longer working from home
- Current Employee★★★★★Jun 15, 2021 - Web DeveloperRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
The environment and colleagues are great.
You have to cooperate with multiple PM in a time.Continue reading
- Former Employee, more than 3 years★★★★★Nov 2, 2019 - Software Developer in Saint Louis, MORecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Killer team, mature processes, flexible work environment, best clients across the US. Also the best tech and toys possible. Some of the most challenging and rewarding projects and client programs I’ve encountered in my career. The managers of this firm really do care about every good employee here. I may not agree with them all the time, but there is no doubt they care and are always honestly trying to do what is best for us, the clients and the projects. Like most consulting firms, this place is what you put into it.
Healthy amount of tension but those of us on anti-anxiety meds need to accept consulting is hard. Very little handholding so egotistical goofballs who can’t deliver should avoid at all costs or you will be exposed quickly (but at least you can troll and anonymously post here Like the idiots you really are!). This place is excellent and constantly trying to improve in the areas needed.Continue reading
- Current Employee, more than 5 years★★★★★Jun 13, 2019 - Data Analyst in Saint Louis, MORecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Integrity is one of the most progressive organizations I have ever worked with or known of. You can literally write your own ticket there and become anything you want - provided there is a value add to the culture and clients. It is the most flexible and accommodating place I've ever worked with the primary values being productivity and respect. Work from home, work from the couch, work from a coffee shop. Anything goes as long as you get your work done and communicate. The unlimited PTO and immediate benefits make it easy to onboard. Everyone gets fitted with a sweet laptop and equipment is never an issue. Need something to make your life easier, more productive, or more fun? Just ask and it is usually is granted. This organization and the owners work with you to make your career goals a reality even if it means you leaving and starting something totally new. They are really champions of growing people. They value individuality and diversity and encourage you to fully be yourself. Bring on the purple hair or whatever makes you feel like your most authentic self. Innovation is built into the DNA here and change is neverending. The owners are passionate and invite and expect high communication. When I interview with other companies, they are looking for people to help them move in the direction Integrity has blazed. All that being said, Integrity is not for everyone.
Because the organization is flat, without a traditional management structure, the cultural model puts a huge amount of responsibility and accountability on the individual. This is the biggest stumbling block I have seen for people. If you don't have the ability to express your needs, communicate, and resolve conflict openly you will probably struggle at Integrity. The people I've seen struggle have not been able to ask for what they need/want and in the end, self-destruct under the self-imposed stress. You have to be able to say NO, manage your time, and fulfill your commitments to succeed there. If you are the type who needs a clear path to your evolution, Integrity will also not be a good fit for you because there is no predefined path for you. The owners and leads always encourage and try to set people up for success but there is not a traditional hierarchy of titles and roles. In my expeirence, the owners of Integrity created this company because they love what they do. They are always looking for people to become their partners and take the company in a new direction. If you are not a trailblazer type personality or self-starter you will likely feel stressed there. For the first year I worked at Integrity I loved it and hated it at the same time until I learned that I had to speak up and really engage on all levels. Once I did that most of the stress went away. No one is perfect, not me, not the owners, but there is a universal commitment to growth here that is unusual.Continue reading
- Former Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★Jun 24, 2019 - Developer in Saint Louis, MORecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
There are a lot of opportunities to learn new tech. Some great people work there.
This company really talks about doing things the right way when it comes to interactions with employees, customers, and sharing information (I guess one could say, they preach integrity) - however, that is not at all how things seem to play out. There is a huge amount of favoritism from the leadership towards certain employees. This creates a dynamic where there always seems to be political infighting within the lower ranks of the company and a seeming ignorance from the leaders that the way the company behaves is what drives valuable employees away.
- Former Employee★★★★★Jun 28, 2019 - Web DeveloperRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
There's a lot of good people at Integrity who work hard and are fantastic co-workers. You will get to learn quickly as someone just starting out. Depending on who’s left though and their workload, the options for mentorship and help are probably limited. You may find yourself on your own (which isn’t bad if you’re able to self manage). Benefits such as medical, 401K match, free snacks and flexible working hours are a decent attempt to make up for being underpaid compared to other companies with similar benefits.
Integrity has a habit of claiming to be the best in all they do. However, this is a difficult status to attain considering that there is no consistency in reviewing the company’s path forward. Decisions tend to be made without the experts who should be available to provide feedback on feasibility. Then those experts will have to overwork to deliver, or be blamed for failure that they were setup for by someone else. Owners claim they want the help and expertise of employees with that skill set but do not follow through on such advice. On occasion they will even claim they know more about the services they haven’t practiced in some time. There is an uncomfortable amount of resentment and pettiness from the owners that happens below the surface should an employee decide they want to move on in their career. There also appears to be a pattern of rewriting history once someone is gone - or even while the person still works there. This only contributes to the toxicity and mistrust amongst employees who’ve been around long enough to notice this pattern, filling them with dread should they decide to move on in their careers.Continue reading
- Former Employee, more than 3 years★★★★★Jun 19, 2019 - Project ManagerRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
I met some incredibly talented coworkers while at Integrity. I learned the most from them. The majority of those people have moved on to bigger and better things. If you are a younger, entry-level employee, Integrity is a great stepping stone in your career. Use it for what it is, a chance to get your feet wet in the agency world, learn to work with clients, learn to deal with office politics. Do not expect this to be an end-point. If you are not at the beginning stages of your career, carefully consider the fact that Integrity is not truly family-friendly, no matter what they proclaim. Also realize that growth is very limited, but for a select few employees.
It’s a well-known fact that small agencies can be political, and Integrity definitely fits this description. Mediocrity and laziness is accepted and celebrated for individuals who flatter management and speak loudest. Oddly enough, humble, honest, hardworking employees do not typically succeed at Integrity, despite the company’s insistence that those are the very employees they want.Continue reading
- Former Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★Jun 14, 2019 - Web Engineer in Saint Louis, MORecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Standing desks. That is literally it.
CCO and CEO are not good people. They intimidate and gas light their employees. They claim the grass is never greener and they stockholm their employees to believe that being underpaid is awesome. Not well-versed in contemporary web technologies.Continue reading
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Integrity has an overall rating of 3.5 out of 5, based on over 46 reviews left anonymously by employees. 66% of employees would recommend working at Integrity to a friend and 62% have a positive outlook for the business. This rating has decreased by -1% over the last 12 months.
66% of Integrity employees would recommend working there to a friend based on Glassdoor reviews. Employees also rated Integrity 3.6 out of 5 for work life balance, 3.6 for culture and values and 3.7 for career opportunities.