Telecommunication Technician/Network Administrator (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – July 31, 2017
It started out as a great place to work, after the company had some issues with the government it went down hill. They had to sell off parts of the company to play the bills and they brought in people that didn't understand what they were doing and wanted to bring in yes men.
UC Regional Sales Manager (Former Employee) – west – April 2, 2015
to be fair, it was just a bad fit. it was like walking into the 1980s. Very old school.
* No CRM. Our weekly reports were done in Word and Excel. No dashboards of any kind. They use recycled Blackberry. * Work-life balance did not exist. a culture of indebtedness. . * Compensation benefits were all negotiated in secret. With a team of 15, everyone walked around in secret. * Management- Management by insult. * Job Culture- manage by intimidation. it has a way of de-masculating you. When one departs, there's a breath of fresh air as a world of courtesy is out there. One get amazed, how much of their identity they had to give up just to work there.
System Architect (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, Utah – October 19, 2013
ClearOne possesses core intellectual property in echo cancellation which puts it at the head of the pack in terms of clarity of voice in VOIP desktop telephony. At the same time, their market share is very small - under 10% - compared to their largest and most successful competitor. The company is small was outsourcing overseas (India) a significant portion of their hardware and software engineering during the course my my employment.