Catapult Systems Benefits FAQ

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21 October 2019

What is health insurance like at Catapult Systems?

Pros

Open door policy all the way to the CEO. Remote work policy allows excellent work / life balance. Ability to earn a lot of money via generous monthly bonus! Excellent insurance benefits for family & spouse. Ability to learn something new every day and work with cutting edge Microsoft technologies. Feeling valued as an employee - I can't say enough about this. I know this sounds like a cheerleader, but I just passed my 1 year anniversary and hope I can work here until I retire.

Cons

Sometimes there is more work to be done than would be preferable in work / life balance, but you always have the ability to say "no" and turn off that valve.

Advice to Management

KEEP DOING WHAT YOU ARE DOING! It works awesomely!

Excellent insurance benefits for family & spouse.

21 October 2019

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9 July 2021

Does Catapult Systems offer unlimited holiday?

Pros

Good service and always a job on hand

Cons

Bad communication as it would not let you have time off

Bad communication as it would not let you have time off

9 July 2021

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6 July 2021

What is the retirement plan like at Catapult Systems?

Pros

Great culture - people are rewarded and recognized, pay is fair, lots of company events and prizes. People and culture dept really takes it seriously. Flexible schedule also a plus.

Cons

Smaller company size, less margin for error than other consulting firms, lots of focus on short term profits and sales. Benefits package could be more robust. 401k plan needs more company contribution.

401k plan needs more company contribution.

6 July 2021

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6 July 2021

Does Catapult Systems offer relocation assistance?

Pros

Great culture - people are rewarded and recognized, pay is fair, lots of company events and prizes. People and culture dept really takes it seriously. Flexible schedule also a plus.

Cons

Smaller company size, less margin for error than other consulting firms, lots of focus on short term profits and sales. Benefits package could be more robust. 401k plan needs more company contribution.

Benefits package could be more robust.

6 July 2021

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5 March 2021

Does Catapult Systems offer parental leave?

Pros

The other departments are great

Cons

I didn’t write this review for quite some time in fear of retaliation, but since so many of the key players are still at the company, I feel the need to share my experience at Catapult Systems so any BIPOCs will take my experience into consideration, and so the company will consider making changes. I worked in the managed services department for a couple of years. To be fair, the other departments always seemed great, but my experience was quite different. As one of a very few women on the managed services team, I asked the head of people how we could focus on diversifying the team, and he told me there was nothing he could do. During my 1:1 with the head of the department, he was more concerned with my marital status than my career aspirations and insisted several times that I add my significant other to my emergency contact list. He asked if we were ever going to get married since we had a child. It was incredibly awkward and none of his business. While searching to add another team member, my team lead told me that she did not need another black assertive woman on the team, therefore a black female candidate would not be considered. I had proof in writing, and they did not fire her. The head of the department also told everyone involved to never speak of the incident or they would be fired. There were many occasions when hiring managers would not consider candidates because they didn’t “seem like a good culture fit.” Interestingly enough, these candidates were usually women and/or people of color. I was told that I could not be considered for a promotion and/or the annual raise because I was not back from my maternity leave for long enough, even though I had proven myself to the company many times. I was also told that there was a policy against being promoted more than once in a year, even though I saw male colleagues make their way up the rank. To be clear, this company is not all bad. They do have some really good qualities, and I truly hope things are better, but they are in DESPERATE need of a diversity and inclusion officer. Some of the male managers have no clue how to interact with women. The managed services team needs D&I training up and down the chain and needs to be held accountable.

I was told that I could not be considered for a promotion and/or the annual raise because I was not back from my maternity leave for long enough, even though I had proven myself to the company many times.

5 March 2021

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