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POWER STANDARDS LAB Reviews

Updated November 3, 2016
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  1. "Great for Polymaths"

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    • Senior Management
    Former Employee - User Interface Designer/Front-End Developer in Alameda, CA
    Former Employee - User Interface Designer/Front-End Developer in Alameda, CA
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    Positive Outlook

    I worked at POWER STANDARDS LAB part-time (More than 5 years)

    Pros

    - opportunities to work on mission-critical projects for major stakeholders
    - access to industry luminaries and amazingly brilliant co-workers
    - interface with every major tech and energy company in the world (literally)
    - flexible hours as long as you get the job done

    Cons

    - limited opportunities for career progression
    - less appreciative of female employees

    Advice to Management

    - offer more incentives like education reimbursement for employees to continue learning after college
    - keep employees in the loop (less compartmentalization)
    - offer raises as job difficulty and responsibilities increase


  2. "I gained a lot of hands on experience, but work was a little slower than expected."

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    Former Employee - Engineer in Alameda, CA
    Former Employee - Engineer in Alameda, CA

    Pros

    Co-workers are friendly and helpful. Most people get their own individual projects and it is easy to communicate with other engineers and management.

    Cons

    While the company has a vision, most employees are not collectively as driven as one might think. Things happen a little slowly, but progress is steady.

    Advice to Management

    Have a clear vision of potential products, and have clear list of features and deadlines that should be met to get everyone on board.