IT (Former Employee) – Wilmington, DE – January 12, 2018
Employees here think working 12+ hour days is normal. Training is terrible. For some reason, they expect new hires to edit and create their training documents even though they haven't been trained on the subject themselves. Communication with managers and other team members is shoddy unless you are sales. They you are a "rockstar". Their "24/7" support model is a great idea but poorly executed when transferring from US to EMEA. A few companies have DAILY problems/outages with their service. I'm really not sure how this company is still operating with minimal staff, getting rid of seasoned employees and "merging" jobs that offer no additional pay but more work. Stay away.
Dynamic Environment that Fosters Growth and Change
Support Staff (Current Employee) – Carlsbad, CA – January 24, 2017
LoadSpring is a great place to work - a work-hard, play-hard culture prevails, where long hours fly by when surrounded by a team of driven, hard-working individuals that push you to test your personal boundaries both inside and outside the workplace.
A cohesive, enthusiastic team is the what makes it all work, where your team cares not just about what you can produce, but how you think and what influences/drives your daily process.
Don't Do it! Read Glassdoor.com Reviews. Believe the Warnings!
SOFTWARE SUPPORT SPECIALIST (Former Employee) – Carlsbad, CA – December 7, 2016
They will burn you out so that the Executives can sell the company. CEO openly said he wants to sell the company and retire and if employees get laid off, at least they were a part of something great. Extremely high turnover of layoffs and people running to leave often within a year. They will tell you it's due to changing business model but it's really people aren't producing fast enough for numbers to look good for potential buyers. Go to glassdoor.com and read the reviews. The good reviews were probably pressured by CEO and HR to counter the bad ones. BELIEVE the bad ones. The good ones are part of the problem. Any company that pressures your constantly to change your linkedin profile to promote their business is only looking out for Executives. EVERYONE who has left is MUCH happier now.