Asure is a great company to work for, the company environment is inviting. The company is open by hosting quarterly town hall meetings, which include a word from the CEO of the company. They truly do believe in a good work life balance, and encourage employees to take time off. They offer several incentive programs to the employees for a job well done. Asure promotes health and wellness through a variety of options and programs.
Mangrove Software (acquired by Asure) office in Tampa, FL leaves much to be desired. It is based on a good ole boy culture - if you don't fit into their catty culture and see past/don't buy the BS you're given, you will be stuck in your position for the duration of your stay - and they will dump all of the junk work on you that nobody else wants to do. The Directors are all too happy to utilize you as their scape goat when things go wrong and all too happy to take the credit when things go well.
Asure benefits and perks, as well as corporate leadership.
Too many to list here based on middle management issues in this specific location.
Financial & Operational Analyst / AR Collections (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – April 3, 2018
I loved working for Asure. They gave me an excellent opportunity to succeed and I was given a great position. Communication could have been better, so I knew exactly where I stood with management, but I liked flying under the radar and being left alone...so it worked. I would have liked better development, but again I should have spoken up. There were some high caliber professional people working there and I am a much better person having worked there.
I recommend for employment. God bless everyone that works there and I wish wealth and fortune to everyone.
My summer at Asure was terrific, and the people I worked with were all so welcoming and friendly, making it easier to adjust to a new workplace. I appreciated everyone who reached out to me offering help, as well as those who just struck conversation to help my acclimate myself to a new office and new city.
Often had fun meals as well (something like Taco Tuesday, Flapjack Friday)
Human Resource Manager (Former Employee) – Bellevue, WA – November 27, 2017
Stay away. The company is run by tyrants with absolutely no people skills or regard for people at all. They may put on a good face for interviewers, but do not let them trick you, they have absolutely no respect for employees, and lie through their teeth. You do not want to work at Asure.
This job wasn't my passion by any means, but the work culture and awesome coworkers made it fun. The company does a great job at selecting employees and training them properly. Very supportive management as well.
Great company with no leadship. Its a frat house with a "public" status
Software Engineer (Current Employee) – New England – September 17, 2014
Company is in constant change (aka terminations) and management change by the month. Company has good benefits and free food but being let go without a warning is the way (enjoy it while you have it). The software is sub-par and slow because head developers decide to use use "fun" technologies" instead of what is just needed to get the job done. The engineering staff prides themselves on being unprofessional and arrogance runs rampant since some people have been in their role too long to take advice.
Good benifits, free food, nice PTO
Unprofessional engineers, more like a frat house then a software company
Quality Assurance Specialist (Former Employee) – Traverse City, MI – May 22, 2013
Employees were permitted to arrive anywhere between 7:30 and 9am and stayed till 4:30 to 6pm. People would normally do administrative tasks and read emails until a Stand-Up meeting at 10:15 each morning where every employee would state what they are currently working on for that day, what they got done the day previous and what, if any roadblocks existed.
Management was very relaxed at Asure Software, generally management would not be directly involved in most issues, the workplace involved mostly horizontal cooperation.
Most work that was performed as a QA specialist involved regularly testing the software to see if any bugs had not reappeared in the software that had been taken care of previously and that no new bugs in the software emerged during development. Discovered bugs were reported to the engineering team to be fixed. This work was meticulous and unfortunately completing the work presented to you ahead of schedule normally meant that you got more of the same work. I am unaware of opportunities for advancement outside of the QA Department.
Teamwork orientated focus, soem flexibility of hours
Meticulous workload, early completion with work generally meant getting more of the same