Great Work/Life Balance & Flexible Management
DevOps/Build and Release Engineer (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – March 6, 2017
On a typical day in the engineering department, I would get in, meet for my stand-up with my team, receive guidance on what to do next (e.g. priorities/outstanding tickets), and get to work. If there was a need for guidance, my manager was right next to me to help at any time.
I learned a lot of new skills at this emerging company that is rapidly expanding into the realm of legal matter management. They have a huge share of the market in a realm that is quickly becoming digitized.
The management is very relaxed, no micro-managing, and as long as you get the work done there's no need to worry. Even then, all you have to do is reach out and communicate. They're realistic and are very understanding.
You can expect to interact with a lot of young, enthusiastic, and fun individuals who really enjoy their time and put in hard work to get the job done. People spend time with each other outside of work, play basketball, ping pong, Foosball, board games, as well as a lot of community service with one another.
The hardest part of the job was certainly the learning curve with regard to the processes and the culture. I had to really change my mindset from my previous job (which was primarily cubicle/isolation) and learn how to work with the team and communicate.
The best part was certainly the people. I couldn't have asked for a more reliable and enjoyable team!
Great work/life balance and flexible management
Low pay and not much room for advancement