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    1. 2.0
      Sep 30, 2015
      Anonymous Employee
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      Willing to take a chance on someone straight out of college. Work from home can be pretty flexible depending on department and most coworkers are great.


      Extremely poor benefits and compensation. Doesn't do much to retain employees and it seems that most promotions occur based on time with company and not whether they are deserved. This leads to people in leadership/managerial positions that should never be managers. Upper management is living in the past and doesn't have a solid plan for the future

      1. 3.0
        Sep 3, 2014
        Anonymous Employee
        Former Employee, more than 10 years
        East Pittsburgh, PA
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        good work-life balance if you are in the right department, extremely talented and loyal people, you see office politics but no more than what you see anywhere else. Truly Casual dress code, on-site massage, WW program. Close to Bakery Square, Shadyside, Point Breeze if you live in the area.


        Compensation is below average for most, 401K matching is poor, great Health Care coverage if you are single, but if you want to cover your family then the price is not affordable. As a result, the company lost a lot of good people. No clear communication from top down. It is not clear that they have a rule or they changed the rule although there's an employee handbook. Poor wording on internal intranet regarding rules by senior management. No strong leadership exhibited by Senior Management. No official vision or mission statement provided by senior management. Their excuse is that we let employees speak, but really if you are a CEO or President, then you should have an idea where this company is going or should go. Personal growth is limited after 5 years. Used to have an innovative environment that no longer exists. Poor building especially if you are in the basement. Good place if you are right out of college, but just get out after 5 years or your career will suffer forever. A lot of people with no people skills occupy mid-level management positions. Apparently parking is a big deal to someone in upper management as the rules for on-site parking kept changing without official announcement. Although this did not affect me personally, it was a big deal to some employees.

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