Manager (Current Employee) – New York, NY – July 28, 2017
The company is going to through lot of changes as it recently got acquired. It's a good place to learn new things. company provides mobility to grow. Join the company if your are passionate about learning new skills.
Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 6, 2017
Like with any job there is the good & bad. The perks include unlimited PTO, a nice benefits package, ideal work locations, and some excellent staff. On the downside, the company has been purchased twice in the past three years, and with each buyout the corporate culture has changed dramatically. When corporate goals are not met, everyone (even those not remotely connected to the goals) is in jeopardy of being laid off. The overall corporate mood the past 6 months has been dark and foreboding. Not sure if and when this will change.
unlimited PTO, a nice benefits package, ideal work locations, and some excellent staff.
purchased twice in the past three years, overall sense of darkness and foreboding
Problem Solver (Current Employee) – New York, NY – January 2, 2017
Very poor management team that isn't ethical or truthful any interactions with their employees. Overall, the company has a decent technology stack along with some digital assets, but leadership cannot execute in a way that will attract top level new talent.
Community Moderator (Former Employee) – Massachusetts – April 13, 2016
I considered working at EH a 10 year technology course. I started there with virtually no computer knowledge but a lot of "people" skills. They generously and patiently taught me the mechanics of the job and told me I had what they wanted in interpersonal skills which were much harder to teach. I owe them a lot. During the 10 years with them I was promoted twice. I was encouraged and given many opportunities for growth. I enjoyed my coworkers and our office was a close knit family environment. When my husband got sick with cancer and ultimately died EH was supportive, kind, and did all they could for me as far as allowing me the time I needed. Companies change and my job eventually was absorbed. I hold no grudges. I am forever grateful for my time with EH.
Friendly atmosphere, free coffee and snacks, room for growth, no micro managing.
Salary increases were not that great. Sometimes information regarding company changes were delayed.
Associate Director, Strategic Sales Development (Current Employee) – New York, NY – February 17, 2015
There is very much a pecking order here. Those who have been there since the beginning have a lot more allowances than those who have not. Working from home, even in the most extreme cases, is shunned upon. They do offer unlimited vacations, but be very careful because they are tracking everything you do and if you do take too many vacations they will penalize you for it. The culture is very bad. Management does not look out for their employees at all. I wasn't even introduced to my team or the people I would be working with when I started. I was left to fend for myself since day one.
QA Analyst (Former Employee) – New York, NY – October 17, 2013
I worked on the web application which was developed in html, java script, xml and I believe it had flash in front end and java as a back end. As a QA Engineer, I got the opportunity to work closely with clients in gathering and reviewing Business requirements. I was also involved in creating and executing test plans as per the requirement of the client, and wrote functional test cases from use cases and BRD.
I also performed various kind of testing like Functional, Regression UAT, Sanity, smoke and backend testing. I have also wrote SQL Query to extract data for daily reports and graphs from quality center and used SQL statement for performing backend testing. And I have also created and generated weekly status reports to the team manager and participated in weekly status meeting with team members.
As part of a QA I have also got the chance to attend the requirement walk through meeting with Business Analyst and given the Test case walkthrough to our clients. Besides these, I logged defects using quality center and used this tool as a test management. Once the defects were fixed, I retested them and if they were passed, I closed them and if the defects were not fixed, then i would return and assigned it back to the corresponding team which was our developer.
Editor (Current Employee) – New York, NY – August 9, 2013
The company is very good at making employees comfortable - fresh fruit in the mornings, feminine hygiene products in the restroom, unlimited time off, etc. There is, however, a lot of change in the company direction and image, which can be a little unnerving.
Editor (Former Employee) – New York, NY – March 17, 2013
Most employees are competent and generally good people. Some are inefficient and poor workers. Management is terrible. Communication is terrible. Managers don't realize where their team's talent lies and good employees are often undervalued, while poor employees are overvalued. This is one of the reasons for high turnover -- the good employees move on.
SEO Support and Office Management (Former Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – March 8, 2012
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