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Get to know Alder

Founded in 2008, Alder is a large employer in the US, with over 51 to 200 employees. The CEO of Alder, Adam Schanz has an employee approval of 64%. Headquartered in 450 North 1500 West Orem, UT 84057, the company is currently hiring with 3 open roles.

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Work Happiness at Alder

To help job seekers find the right match for them, Indeed collects ratings and reviews from current and former employees about different aspects of working life. One important score is the work happiness score. This is collected by asking current and former employees: 'I was happy working at Alder. How much do you agree?'

The overall work happiness score at Alder is 46. This is considered a low rating. Looking at other dimensions of work happiness can help to explore how people at Alder feel.

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What’s going well at Alder

In further information collected for Indeed’s Work Happiness survey, there were three areas where current and former employees reported high levels of satisfaction.

Ability to learn new things

When asked to give a response to the statement 'I often learn something at work.', current and former employees at Alder responded in the affirmative. Of the 47 respondents, 47% said that they either strongly agreed or agreed with the statement. The overall score for this dimension was 68 which is an average rating.

Ability to meet personal goals

When asked to give a response to the statement 'I am achieving most of my goals at work.', current and former employees at Alder responded positively. Of the 47 respondents, 49% said that they either strongly agreed or agreed with the statement. The overall score for this dimension was 65 which is an average rating.

Feeling of personal appreciation

When asked to give a response to the statement 'There are people at work who appreciate me as a person.', current and former employees at Alder responded enthusiastically. Of the 48 respondents, 38% said that they either strongly agreed or agreed with the statement. The overall score for this dimension was 60 which is an average rating.

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What could be improved at Alder

In further information collected for Indeed’s Work Happiness survey, there were two areas where current and former employees reported lessened areas of satisfaction.

Overall satisfaction

When asked to give a response to the statement 'Overall, I am completely satisfied with my job.', current and former employees at Alder responded in the negative. Of the 30 respondents, 63% said that they either strongly disagreed or disagreed with the statement. The overall score for this dimension was 45 which is a low rating.

Sense of belonging

When asked to give a response to the statement 'I feel a sense of belonging in my company.', current and former employees at Alder responded less than positively. Of the 47 respondents, 68% said that they either strongly disagreed or disagreed with the statement. The overall score for this dimension was 43 which is a low rating.

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Applying for a job at Alder

Ready to apply for a job at Alder? With 3 open jobs, there are lots of opportunities available. Job seekers have reported that the interview process is average and pretty easy overall. The overall process was reported as taking about a day or two.

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