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Business Development in Remote
on December 23, 2022
Overall Good company to work for. Job security is an issue since I only worked there for 6 months and was laid off with a lot more others. Changes occurs very rapidly and most of the time, Leadership is not in tuned with the employees
Senior Analyst in Remote
on March 12, 2022
AC is very fast-paced, you will often be tasked on 10 different projects at the same time just to keep up with the changing operations. It's fun to work there but there are way too many leaders (all have their own initiatives) and way too little analysts to do the work and keep up with the cleanup. I think this would get better in a few years once the company gets more mature and they go public (hopefully)
Software Engineer in Chicago, IL
on July 15, 2021
This company is a great company to work for. At the beginning of the pandemic new hires skyrocketed but unfortunately there wasn't a plan in place for this rapid growth. It has created dysfunction across teams and many employees have left. It also seems that the future of many products offered is unknown. If leadership can sort things out this will be a great place to work. At the time of this review, however, things are a bit unstable.
Senior Software Engineer in Chicago, IL
on November 25, 2019
I went through what I found to be a very fair and interactive interview process. The role as described was challenging, and seemed a match for my skills and the direction the company was taking, When I started, I was immediately put on a different team, and the team was chartered with cleaning up nearly 15 years of tech debt and bad decisions. The team had no oversight, and no clear direction. This is a problem across the company-- sudden shifts in direction, no clear direction, contradictory orders, inability to determine growth patterns. There is no QA. Culturally, engineers should be responsible for all phases of QA, which means nothing works properly end to end. You take this job, you'll be doing a lot of second-guessing and fixing a lot of PHP 5.x code.
Intern in Chicago, IL
on September 5, 2018
Being a intern there was probably one of the best part about my senior year and the fact that there is never a slow and moody day is amazing and I would do it all over again.

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