Accounts Payable Representative (Former Employee) – Skokie, IL – August 25, 2016
This place is not a fun place to work for. It's all work and no play. The culture is very bad if your working in the Accounting area. There is a lot of turn over. Management is very horrible. Stay far away from this company.
PTO, ESOP, Bagels on Tuesday and hour lunch
No culture, no fun, and benefits are not that good.
nice enviroment because of customers managment not so
headcook/cashier (Former Employee) – 7777 frontage rd skokie, il – March 30, 2016
typical at work was communicating /customer service my learning expierence is paying more attention to your co-workers with leadership management was unacceptable due to not paying on time and stealing and my hardest part of the job was never getting paid on time my most enjoyable was seeing my customers on a daily basis.
Great pay, benefits and work from home flexibility - which is needed to keep employees
Product Sales Support (Former Employee) – Skokie, IL – December 4, 2015
First, I haven't worked here in almost 5 years, so things may have changed. Too much management and most of the time it was the wrong leadership who add more chaos in the hopes of saving the company money (which means adding more work to people to reduce their workforce). Willing to do what they can to keep top performers - which means to just throw money at the problem. As for work/life balance, I worked my 8 hours, then worked another 4 to 8 hours at night - not appreciated but instead expected most of the time.
work/life balance, management, attitudes from sales teams
IT Applications Manager (Former Employee) – Skokie, IL – April 1, 2015
Fast paced mid sized IT company. Environment that encourages teamwork and opportunities to learn. Most enjoyable part of job was building team collaboration and working with my co-workers across cross-functional departments. Hardest part of job was working long hours at month-end and year-end and during project ''go-live'' crunch times.
While the companies HR department is committed to targeting improvements in culture and diversity, more advancement and support from Senior management is required.
Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) based company
Solution Architect (Former Employee) – Skokie, IL – March 31, 2015
Company lacks Career path and growth. Customer focused, yet overloads resources. On-boarding is effective. Company needs to provide a clear Career path and training to employees. Focuses on margins and needs to be more competitive in marketplace.
Consultant (Former Employee) – Skokie, IL – April 10, 2014
The organization is all about the Sales Executives. Other employees get no respect from the leadership and the Sales Executives. Leadership needs to decide what they want to be when they grow. And they better hurry before all of delivery consultants leave.
Senior Storage Consultant (Former Employee) – Skokie, IL – February 27, 2014
I was a senior consultant focused on HP 3000 support but branched to into several other areas. Anything from migrating to new computer systems to solving problems with software and data bases to Disaster Control design and training . One of my best consulting was training and instructing clients in the operations and processing to support their business. My last assignment supported EMC with the design and installation of mass storage systems across the US. Certified to work world wide. Eight of us were selected to form the EMC Tiger Team with an equal number from another firm. This team worked the overflow of orders that EMC was short of staff to process. Toward the end I was training and mentoring new technicians in the design and installation of the mass storage systems.