Lead Technical Consultant (Current Employee) – New York, NY – July 9, 2016
Typical small size consulting company. Bonus is great. Health Insurance very expensive. Always need to fight for your compensation if you joined for less. Management in the unit I am a part of needs to learn to manage better. Severely lacking.
Bonus is great. Like any consulting company, travel is great if you like it.
Health Insurance is bad, The management are just filling up their coffers, If they let you in on that table a bit good for you, When you join make sure that you get a good chunk of it, Or else they will give one peanut as raise.
Operations/ Office Manager (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – July 7, 2016
I love working at Perficient. I have grown in technical knowledge over the years and love my job. There is good communication with the management and I receive excellent feedback. I am given opportunities to grow and learn and make decisions on my own in order to run a seamless office. I trust the leadership here and know this company will continue to grow and be profitable.
Senior Talent Acquisition Partner (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 14, 2015
Great company overall and a great message to sell to passive candidates. I think they are a wonderful company to work for in general, just hard to be a recruiter for them with no real support or tools from anyone on the team.
Productive with multiple options to improve ones capabilities
Technical Consultant (Former Employee) – Corpus Christi, TX – November 4, 2013
Work day was roughly 8-10 hours of coding per day Learned alot about flexibility and code management Co-workers were friendly and tend to help alot Hardest part was learning to adapt to other code writers styles Most enjoyable was learning from different people simultaneously
Sr. Project Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 13, 2012
Recently acquired by Perficient, we're still going through some changes. Some changes are great and some, not so great. Due to size and location throughout the United States, it's hard to get to know the management team throughout.