- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at ScriptPro full-timePros
Fitness Center for its EmpolyeesCons
1. Insurance cost: Family Coverage is over 10,000.00 per year that comes out of your check.
2. Low Pay: Company is well below average pay in the Kansas City Market for 85% of the positions. Most departments are salary, and employees are expected to work more than 40 hours. Exception is a particular area that is still hourly and gets overtime easily approved. They're majority of the problem. This area is charged with researching, developing, and testing all hardware and software products before being released to new and existing customers. Due to lack of leadership, procedures, and non-technical people (they let the good ones walk), they spend resources (people and dollars) fixing issues that were supposedly tested before release. Each year, the company lays off quite a few employees because R & D is too high. This being the reason why.
3. Wrong people in leadership roles. Not sure what the requirements are to become one, but managing people is not one of them. Positive feedback, and talking to anyone that’s not a friend is against company policy. No communication!
4. Company employees over 700 people. Two minorities are in a supervisory position. Enough said.
5. No Tuition Reimbursement.
6. No path for advancement. You might get a new title, but doesn't come with a pay raise.
7. 401K. Better ROI in a Money Market AccountAdvice to ManagementAdvice
Company needs to implement a nepotism policy. Company is being ran into the ground because friends and family are being hired when not qualified. Company pays certain individuals too much money to be yes men/woman. Save yourself some money by reducing their salary, or you could put their feet to the fire, and see if they’re worthy of the salary you give them. My bet is that you will find they're not. Instead of throwing a couple of parties a year, give that money to the employees as a bonus and let them do with it as they chooseDoesn't RecommendNegative OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at ScriptPro in June 2014.Interview Details
Applied via an agency. WE communicated back and fourth Went in for a interview face to face, spoke with dirrector, and my team members. No real questions asked, more like a chatNegotiation DetailsConsidering they were lying to me they did whatever it took to get meAccepted OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
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