We have a great work at home policy and having flextime to support our families. The company is growing and there are many new business opportunities available. The clients we have do exceptional and interesting work. It is nice to work on projects that aren't about making money but about helping people live better lives. The company is growing, which is great, but that means growing pains. The pay could be better.
The hours can be long at times as it is at any smallish company. But if you are the type that is able to draw the line to keep your life in balance, you'll be fine. Some upper management is keenly aware of the staff dedication and step in when people are over-extended.
Make sure to reach out to all staff and ask how they are doing and for their opinion. Don't just assume that things are going well and everyone is happy. You have some really great people and some work very hard. Make sure the same few people are shouldering the bulk of the burden while others are coasting along. Look for more ways to foster communication and morale. Provide time for the people in New Haven to get together and socialize. That kind of thing is very important to short and long term job satisfaction.
Snacks are great; talking to each other is much more valuable. Fully stocked kitchen with unlimited food, coffee and tea 2. No Dress code 3. Very relaxed and informal work environment. None yet but may be the staff is very inexperienced and fresh out of schools so a training needs to be enhanced. Great work-life balance typical weeks are hours People are mostly really nice, smart, and easy going The work is interesting and meaningful Good opportunities to advance Relatively flat structure with collaborative teams Remote work options for most employees.
HR painful to work with Comp lower than market but hours are lower too. Ask your employees how they're feeling and what they think you should change. If you are a consultant with nothing to offer looking to be overpaid by a company that desperately wants to pretend to be a big, cool dog, then seek out a contract here. Company swarming with consultants, hanger-onners, and remote staff taking an undeserved salary: Terrible leadership, no knowledge or understanding of management or organizational psychology which is ironic, considering CEO somehow got a diploma in psychology.
Senior staff bathing in groupthink and this will be their ultimate demise, to which they've been painfully dragging themselves since they opened. Perks and job nowhere near the level that would justify such dedication. Company prefers people with zero experience because leadership is not confident or educated enough to manage experienced employees.
Senior staff don't respect each other and constantly talk behind each other's backs. If you leave or get fired, expect them to make jokes and disparaging comments about you in meetings. Company has been stagnant for years since they pushed out the only senior staff with actual development knowledge. IT company run by non IT people.
Don't let the bin client names fool you, no real new contracts in years, just small potatoes here and there. Top 2 people have no clue about marketing, business development, or software, they're just playing business. COO who is in charge of largest department is a try-hard megalomaniac with no previous experience, who thinks calling his personal biases "company culture" justifies his disdain for any other opinion. People have tried to help them along the way, but since they think anyone who disagrees is either not intelligent or capable, the company will eventually die the slow corporate death they've been dying for years.
Bad HR practices, shady, and no structure. Lots of mistakes in communication from HR and daily operations finance, administrative, office management. Super high turnover, very demoralizing. Questionable ethical practices in all areas, including client billing. Negative work environment; uneven pay; preference for promoting young women; zero work-life balance; poor pay; demoralizing meetings; coercive atmosphere; incompetent senior staff; lack of self-awareness; no real future for the company.
July 7 review is pathetically obvious. I really like the people I get to work with, and most of the clients are very appreciative. Everyone's smart and generally keeps their cool, even when things change or a fire starts. I'm not sure where other reviewers are getting their information, but everyone I've worked with has been professional and has always put the needs of the clients first.
Yes, this is small company, and the management team could do a much better job of facilitating orderly changes to technology and processes The work itself ranges from occasionally tedious to brag at the bar to your friends how cool it is. It's also pretty nice that the work can be traced to actually helping science and people. This place can get hectic. As I said, fires do start, sometimes big ones. When they do though, everyone keeps their calm and puts them out.
Management talks about improvements on this front, but they've been slow coming. If they actually gave everyone the time they need to focus, we'd go from good to great, and a lot of the small issues would evaporate. Come through on the promises about efficiency and time to focus, and I'll have no problem giving Prometheus 5 stars. Unlike some reviewers, I like hearing about new clients and opportunities, so please don't stop.
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Pros Ambiance, Flexibility, Vision and the Fast pace growth. Flag as Inappropriate Flag as Inappropriate. Pros Great software and some people. Cons Management is in over their head in software and has no idea how to expand the growth of the company. Pros Free parking, generous PTO, work from home on Fridays, great software, enjoyable staff, work benefits society. Persons who have such archival papers are encouraged to contact the PRL.
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