Strata Decision Technology FAQ

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10 June 2018

What is the retirement plan like at Strata Decision Technology?

Pros

1. Strong focus on culture and company is good at putting together fun events for team bonding 2. Excellent PTO, Maternity/Paternity leave and 401k Match. “OK” health benefits 3. Flexible work from home policy - depends on manager 4. CEO really cares 5. Involvement in the community. Each employee also has 1 service day to take off and volunteer

Cons

1. Team members are not held accountable. Daily tasks and even simple email responses are ignored 2. Operations should be dramatically improved. Big problem with turnover, capacity planning and growth of employees 3. Need to set better expectations on job responsibilities and communication

Advice to Management

Do more 360 reviews of employees. You’ll be surprised that some of the people you think are doing a great job are barely producing any work or value. Focus on finding out how to keep good employees to decrease turnover

2. Excellent PTO, Maternity/Paternity leave and 401k Match.

10 June 2018

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14 February 2019

Does Strata Decision Technology offer parental leave?

Pros

Company is having great success and growing very quickly. Great people who care a lot about the work they are doing. Open culture that asks for feedback and always doing nice things for the employees. Lots of training available for every person who works here. Whole company spent an entire day in January brainstorming and planning community service ideas for the upcoming year, based on the causes people care about. Free Snacks and drinks in a cool office. Casual and fun. Invests in the people and the company. Normal growing pains but open to suggestions on how to solve things that are happening. Honestly, keeps getting better and better with each year.

Cons

Lots of hiring right now but some resource constraints felt because of growth. Light on holidays (9) but have added one the past 2 years to address the issue. Need to give more paternity leave.

Advice to Management

Keep up the work you are doing. The improvements being made are real and felt by the employees. Thank you.

Need to give more paternity leave.

14 February 2019

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11 November 2019

How are the career development opportunities at Strata Decision Technology?

Pros

-Collaborate team environment -Internal tools/classes to help with career development -Social office environment that makes coming to work exciting and fun

Cons

-Strata technology operates in a complex industry, therefore the ramp up takes a little longer than expected

-Internal tools/classes to help with career development

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30 May 2018

What kind of career opportunities exist at Strata Decision Technology?

Pros

Great people Very positive environment Small company feel with financial stability from ownership structure Lots of opportunity as company continues to grow Top of the line office/culture/environment Helping to solve a huge problem Very flexible when it comes to work/life balance

Cons

Growing rapidly (not really a con) - can cause some growing pains with people learning along the way

Lots of opportunity as company continues to grow

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25 April 2019

How are senior leaders perceived at Strata Decision Technology?

Pros

Fast moving, fast growing company. The company has been around a little while, but has most recently really picked up. They've just expanded the office, new hires come in every month, new educational initiatives are always being added. This is a pretty solid environment all around. This place is great for people who enjoy being able to come in and expand their role, as you will seldom be told no on a new initiative or idea. They've also recently added a membership to linkedin learning for all new hires, and expanded training opportunities internally. CEO fist bumps me in the hallway. Can't complain.

Cons

Because it is so fast moving (and more recently so in the past couple years) it can be tough to get a hold of information. As a new hire, especially if you aren't coming from healthcare, it can be a steep hill to learn the industry and learn the huge product the company makes-StrataJazz. Many people who work here live and breath healthcare, and have also been here a while, so they know the product, they know the lingo, and they may not slow down for you to absorb it all. If you're not comfortable with a slightly more unstructured and fast paced environment, this may not be the culture for you. There's also (as probably anywhere) a huge cultural divide between the two floors. Developers and designers, and product people in general tend to keep to their group, while consultants and sales and support (located downstairs) tend to keep to their group and also have a much higher turnover.

CEO fist bumps me in the hallway.

25 April 2019

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