Varying projects and tech - it's an agency so not always the latest and greatest since it depends on client tech stack but they try to keep tabs on the trends
Flexible hours and work from home
Management communication getting better
If you like to do a good job, you would do well here. If you want to clock in, clock out and not really care, I'd go somewhere else.
I loved working at FCV. I was lucky enough to join the company when it was still pretty small. I was entrusted with building the QA team and setting up the QA process and it was not only fun, but educational. I owe a lot to the great people I worked with and it was tough when the company decided to close the doors. It was the best job I've had to date and I made so many great friendships while I was there.
-Flex core hours allows you to start early or start late flexing your day around your family schedule (school drop offs/pick ups)
-Work from home - again another family benefit for added flexibility
-People and culture is good. People are pleasant to work with. No drama. Easy to chat with and can rely on.
-Hours can be long some weeks due to the nature of client services especially in tech.
- Fair salary and benefits package keeping in mind it is a smaller company and the benefits don't have all the bells and whistles that a large organisation would have.
- Casual work environment - dogs allowed
-Flexibility and interesting work that varies.
- All in all a good place to work for people that like and can handle client directed project work rather than being caught in the monotony of large enterprise organisations. It's not for everyone which is apparent by the bad reviews.
Flex core hours, Work from home, Family friendly, Pet friendly, Casual
Small company atmosphere isn't for everyone, Client service industry isn't for everyone
Hires people on the false pretence that there is client work and that the culture is great. There are no clients, no new wins and the forced "culture" is very juvenile. You have to be part of management's clique to advance and with an inappropriate relationship between HR and management, confidentiality is nonexistent. The typical day consists of chasing after clients for $$ or pushing low quality deliverables to the client because getting paid is more important than anything else. They have no idea what it means to be an agency. It's so bad that they get zero stars for Job Security/Advancement, Management and Job Culture. Unable to pay employees on time and they sabotage projects.