Mission: CEO Josh Manion founded the company in 2009 with the vision of transforming the way enterprises collect, own and act on business data. Josh challenged his team to build a platform that met four important criteria:
It must support any tag.
It must ...
I have been working at Ensighten full-time
- Good product, applicable to all sorts of businesses
- Well known clients
- Good environment to work in, friendly/fun people, music in the office
- Decent employee benefits- gym membership, many beers in the office also lots of popcorn and nuts.
- Intellectually stimulating, bright people, interesting, fun and friendly people from a variety of place and backgrounds
- Socially good: out for pub lunches at least once a week, organised activities (e.g. pub crawls, volunteering days, home brewing our own beer), some employees go to the gym together at lunchtime, pizzas etc. delivered to the office from time to time
- Decent hardware
- Attractive comp./commission scheme
- Flexibility- working from home is allowed
- Good support network, able to approach anyone for advice, problem solving etc. including those based in the US office
- Feel valued as an employee and a person
- Some benefits have been cut due to pressure from investors but circumstances make sense.
- Some more branding in the office e.g. vinyls on the walls wouldn't go amiss, make it seems a bit more like 'our' office.
- Although most of it is good, some of the calling and employee wellness software we use could be better
Advice to Management
A bit more clarity of how the products are packaged would be good. Otherwise, we have a good team who are great working with.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Ensighten (London, England) in April 2015.
Met with General Manager and HR Director. I knew the GM and had worked for him before in the same capacity so he was already aware of my skills. I met with him to discuss the nature of the role, and then was interviewed by the HR director