Principal Member of Technical Staff (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – 6 October 2015
Old CEO and CTO were very tech centric and championed development on a new cloud tech stack. The new CEO was sales centric and put the "next-gen" development (and our jobs) on ice.
Work was great, but compensation and benefits were lacking. PTO is "unlimited" which is a bummer if you get laid off as there's no accrued payout for unused vacation in your severance. The severance itself was minimal, 2 weeks, which really doesn't cut it in todays world (Kaseya, .
Company has been pretty unstable for the last couple of years as there have been 2 mass layoffs (1 to layoff the original c++ developers of the old products, another to layoff the next-gen java developers that replaced them)
development on a modern tech stack (while it lasted)
unstable, benefits lacking, not pto payout, no common culture across offices
Employee (Former Employee) – Brickell, fl – 10 April 2019
Unprofessional. It was like working in a day care center. HUGE politics. Angst between co-workers. I think the company was sold since I worked there. But the owner at the time was unapproachable, fake and pretentious. The one good thing in the environment was the pre training as there is language to learn. HR at the time was inexperienced and could not answer basic questions and made judgments without deliberation. But this is a couple of years ago. So things may have gotten better.