Great work/life balance
Coordinator, HR Operations (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – July 10, 2015
Most of my day is done in our systems and through email working with my customers - new hires, hiring managers, staffing, HRIS.
VMware focuses on best practice implementation and process documentation; you must be able to work with a constant changing environment and policies/procedures that can change week to week.
Management is not held accountable nor do they share job impacting information.
My team is a dedicated team - dedicated to teamwork, positive environment, collaboration and customer service and satisfaction.
The hardest part of the job is working 11 hour days and not being recognized for hard work. Promotions are limited to upper management and there is little room for development and growth. Also, performance review is not directly correlated to merit increase. You can have an almost perfect review with no merit increase to show for it.
The thing i enjoy the most at VMware is the collaborative environment, the dedication to the community. VMware gives employees 40 hours a year of PTO that is for community service and philanthropy and they highly encourage employees to use this time off to get out and serve. Also, the ability to work from home or work remotely and have a flexible schedule makes VMware highly desirable. Lastly, i work on a rockstar team; i enjoy coming in to see my team and the camaraderie.
Benefits, Work/Life Balance
Salary, Lack of opportunity for growth, management