"Interesting niche in gaming industry but testing games is kind of boring and advancement opportunities are limited."
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I have been working at Gaming Laboratories International full-time (More than 5 years)
Nice benefits (up to 5% match on 401K contributions, medical out-of-pocket is competitive, vision), flexibility with daily schedule and time off, good experience if goal is to work somewhere else in gaming industry.
Work is boring, feels like a "job". Some benefits could be better - 401K is traditional vs. a Roth so can't borrow against, dental insurance is average, and Flex Spend Account is limited to $750 annually. Growth potential is limited and salaries are average or below average nation wide.
Advice to Management
With a new push for corporate values, namely accountability and transparency, it's concerning that management doesn't discuss clear salary potential and/or growth opportunities with all employees. It's also somewhat frustrating to hear that there's no interest to increase the FSA limit or change the 401k so employees in need can borrow from it, like with a Roth 401k.
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I applied through college or university. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Gaming Laboratories International (Golden, CO (US)) in July 2012.
Very professional. Meet at a career fair and the HR recruiter contacted me to set up an interview based on my resume. Started with basic personality interview questions and then had a 5 question probability and programming assessment.