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What Employees Say
I have been working at Atypon Systems full-time for more than 10 years
Growing by 80-100 employees per year in the last 3 years while remaining profitable and well organized. New employees have brought incredible strength in engineering and project management especially.... Atypon gives its people a lot of creative freedom in how they do things. Pay is fair. Incredible retention means that the company maintains its culture while it is growing. Wiley's acquisition hasn't be felt at all. Instead, the company got another demanding client (Wiley) that wants a lot of new things and everyone is excited about it. Everyone is respected and everyone is expected to work hard. The ones who are respected the most are the ones who come up with ideas on how to improve their operations. What they don't expect is that they will be asked to lead their proposals, which is a lot of fun if you really like this thing.
A few: Vacation packages in the US start low for new hires, but they can be negotiated for senior people. They are especially good for people who stay a long time. Obviously given how many years... people stay, they don't seem to mind.
Advice to Management
Keep inspiring people and letting them lead by fulfilling their dreams
I worked at Huddle full-time for more than 3 years
- amazing people who are there to help you if you need and make job fun. - career growth opportunities but you need to show yourself. Don't expect promotions for doing nothing. - you and your team... takes responsibility for work, if something isn't right be prepared to make it right. This is great to develop quickly and learn. - new technology to work with and use in real product. - opportunity to try yourself in different roles. - real team spirit and collaboration. - once again, people, you meet colleagues when you start, then they become your friends
- it's a small company, changes happen quickly and they can be big. This can be good and bad for some people.