Great benefits, horrible managment
Front-End Web Developer (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – February 26, 2013
When I started I was thrown into the fire and was denied entry into many introduction meetings and exercises, as they were "too busy". They wanted me to work late (5-8) almost everyday. There were way to many bosses, and some of the company values promote more "bosses". I had to report to 3-4 people at a time, making my day feel like a scene from Office Space. Many of the managers were not understanding and I was not allowed to ask certain questions, and at times I was asking the wrong person resulting in that particular boss becoming a middle man relaying messages back and forth.
Hardest part of the job, staying there.
Easiest part of the job, leaving for the end of a day.