Great for learning, bad for everything else
Responsive Support Technician (Former Employee) – San Mateo, CA – May 18, 2018
The leadership has attempted to create a fun (millennial) atmosphere and culture, at the expense of everything else. This is a great company/role for a young, up-and-coming tech to learn some skills and see many different (client) environments. It is a poor company for basically everything else. Don't let the Stanford psychology experiments fool you - the jobs here pay below market wage, are demanding (plenty of off-hours work), and are subject to change at a moment's notice. Low-level techs churn and burn through this shop constantly (they boast of their high rate of terminations, advocating that this is an example of their high standards. In reality, it is an example of tech frustration and the labor economy of the area allowing them to fire people with the changing breeze). Overall, I would recommend that techs get in here (play nice), learn as much as you possibly can as quickly as you possibly can, and find something better.
Fun (millennial) culture
Below market pay, extremely aggressive turnover (churn n' burn), low job security, demanding work, profess to "work/life balance" but none exists.