I have been working at Resolvit full-time (Less than a year)
Great people to work with. They genuinely care about their employees. Resolvit promotes remote consultants. The training tools they provide, keeps the field consultants on top of today's technolgy and building new skill sets.
I have not experienced any negative effects. I have no cons to add.
Very attentive to consultant needs; flexible with scheduling and willing to align with and support you in your career path. Quick to respond to inquiries and promote a free, fun environment.
HEAVY on after hour meet and greets.
I worked at Resolvit (More than a year)
Good contracting company with good benefits.
Don't have a lot of PM jobs in Silicon Valley.
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I have been working at Resolvit full-time (More than a year)
-Small company environment with strong inclusion
-Networking and relationship building is important to them
-Decent benefits package
-Compensations Plans could be more competitive
-Telecommute/Flexible Schedules could be better for internal employees
I worked at Resolvit full-time (Less than a year)
Although I have no background in IT whatsoever, I knew immediately after my interview and meeting with the CEO that Resolvit was where I wanted to begin my career. My experience there, though short-lived due to an opportunity that presented itself within my field, was nothing but positive. The level of personal involvement and support employed by the management team created an environment where all employees, regardless of their levels of expertise, can learn and grow. I will never forget my time at Resolvit or the wonderful people I met there. Mark Scofield is a one-of-a-kind person and CEO who cares deeply about not only the success of the company, but the success of every single one of his employees. I consider myself very lucky to have had the opportunity to work under him.
I think there's a small area for improvement in terms of internal communication. While members of the same team/department checked in regularly, I think the company as a whole could benefit from a little more internal communication within offices to avoid small things being lost in translation or falling through the cracks.
Promotes from within, friendly management, opportunity for advancement
Disorganized, people tend to step on each other's toes because job descriptions are not fully defined
I loved working here and am sad to be leaving! My boss genuinely cared about the wellness of his team, the happiness of the individual employee, and inspired the best in performance.
One of my favorite things working here was the training I received. We were always encouraged to learn more and take trainings to expand our knowledge about our industry.
One of the perks working here is that Resolvit encourages a healthy work- life balance, they understand the importance of family and want employees enjoy life outside of just work.
Opportunities with in the company are limited.
Advice to Management
Focus on internal employee retention. There should be detailed paths/ladders for employees to grow within the company.
I worked at Resolvit full-time
This company is where I started my career in project management and consulting more than five years ago. Accepting a role with Resolvit was probably one of the most significant and positive decisions I've made in my life so far. My time here resulted in a lot of unexpected benefits, including a cross-country move to an awesome city, the development of valuable skills (recruiting/building my own teams, negotiation, business development, proposal management, working with a wide variety of clients), and a big network of colleagues/alumni who I will stay in contact with for years to come. The people at Resolvit are something special -- loyal, driven, hardworking, and fun. There is huge opportunity at Resolvit to advance professionally/financially if you take advantage of all of the resources available. Working here made it possible for me to fund the next chapter of my adventure abroad... I hope that I can work with them again in the future.
These are "cons" if you are used to a different kind of working environment. While I found some aspects of the job challenging, they were ultimately a good fit for me and my work style.
The infrastructure teams are well-organized but are typically staffed lean... meaning everyone needs to work hard, consistently. I definitely worked some very, very late nights during busier months.
This is also not a start-up, so if you're looking for a more casual working environment (as in jeans, sneakers, beanbag chairs and video games), then working out of one of Resolvit's offices might not be the best fit for you. Working onsite with customers offers a lot of variety in working environments, though.
Advice to Management
Consider adding more tenure-based incentives for employees who stay with you 5+ years... increased tuition reimbursement allowances, opportunities for profit-sharing, or even something crazy like a formal sabbatical program for pursuing additional professional development opportunities. This could allow employees to take off a portion of the year to attend a full-time programming bootcamp or university program, then return to share their new knowledge and skills with their peers (and your customers).
Friendly staff, very supportive Care Managers
Not as responsive to finding next contract opportunity as I would expect. Too many 11th hour/59th minute moments for getting the next contract.
Everyone likes to hang out and have fun, getting to know one another is pretty easy to accomplish.
Normally a consultant would get paid higher because of job risks associated with contracting. But while they may technically offer you certification reimbursement, or a "Consultant care manager"; that money comes from what that consultant would normally be making anyway. They will also play hard games with you if the contract you're on gets cancelled, they really try to discourage you from providing for yourself and what is best for you, this happened I got hired for a contract that was cancelled, because the legal stuff was not done correctly on their part.
Advice to Management
When contracts are cancelled at no fault of the consultant, don't use scare tactics to discourage folks from doing what the need to do to stay in work.
Be upfront and honest about contractual situations that potentially affect your consultants.
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