Strata Decision Technology FAQ

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16 English questions out of 16

12 August 2018

How is management perceived at Strata Decision Technology?

Pros

There are a handful of smart people who want to improve things and create a better environment, if you are at the company seek them out and your time will be much better.

Cons

The environment at Strata is toxic. Company events are drunken messes, the company encourages over indulgence which leads to a lot of inappropriate conduct, sometimes involving clients. Sexual harassment runs rampant, ranging from very inappropriate comments and solicitations to grabbing and groping. The most disturbing part is upper management and HR side with the harasser and sweep everything under the rug. Most of the offenders are still working in the company currently, getting promotions and pats on the back. Those that have left the company did so to climb the ladder elsewhere, not because they were held accountable for their actions. High level employees are incompetent, many of them have elevated well beyond their capabilities. Many fake positions are invented with large salaries and no use just to keep around older employees who have been with the company for some time. Recently some of this info was left in an insecure public drive and was found by an employee. The result of this was the person who found it was fired, whilst the high level employee who caused the breach was shielded with no repercussion. For a company entrusted with massive amounts of PHI this is troubling on a much higher, and honestly legal/public concern level.

Advice to Management

The parent company needs to overhaul the entire upper level management, from C-level employees to directors. It's only a matter of time before a lawsuit or news article about conduct at the company severely damages the company.

The most disturbing part is upper management and HR side with the harasser and sweep everything under the rug.

12 August 2018

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14 February 2019

Are employees at Strata Decision Technology generally happy and/or satisfied?

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.

Great people who care a lot about the work they are doing.

14 February 2019

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1 November 2018

What is the company culture like at Strata Decision Technology?

Pros

Smart People on a lot of the teams, some very dedicated to delivering for the client.

Cons

Some solutions have cleaner products than others. The company culture is good and has gotten a lot better than it was a few years ago, but I think there are a lot of people who would scrap the ‘fun team event during office hours’ type activities in favor of higher pay.

Advice to Management

It’s great that you want to offer consulting service implementations to replace Deloitte, Accenture, etc. implementations your clients currently use, but remember that once a team member can operate at that level, what’s to stop them from jumping ship to one of those companies for a significant raise? If you’re expecting employees to operate that level of analysis after/during your own software implementation, comp needs to be adjusted accordingly. It’s hard to say no to an offer that includes a $50 grand jump in pay.

The company culture is good and has gotten a lot better than it was a few years ago, but I think there are a lot of people who would scrap the ‘fun team event during office hours’ type activities in favor of higher pay.

1 November 2018

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26 February 2020

What are co-workers like at Strata Decision Technology?

Pros

Nice people, nice location, nice team.

Cons

No direction, top down approach rather than bottom up.

Nice people, nice location, nice team.

26 February 2020

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12 August 2018

What is the salary like at Strata Decision Technology?

Pros

There are a handful of smart people who want to improve things and create a better environment, if you are at the company seek them out and your time will be much better.

Cons

The environment at Strata is toxic. Company events are drunken messes, the company encourages over indulgence which leads to a lot of inappropriate conduct, sometimes involving clients. Sexual harassment runs rampant, ranging from very inappropriate comments and solicitations to grabbing and groping. The most disturbing part is upper management and HR side with the harasser and sweep everything under the rug. Most of the offenders are still working in the company currently, getting promotions and pats on the back. Those that have left the company did so to climb the ladder elsewhere, not because they were held accountable for their actions. High level employees are incompetent, many of them have elevated well beyond their capabilities. Many fake positions are invented with large salaries and no use just to keep around older employees who have been with the company for some time. Recently some of this info was left in an insecure public drive and was found by an employee. The result of this was the person who found it was fired, whilst the high level employee who caused the breach was shielded with no repercussion. For a company entrusted with massive amounts of PHI this is troubling on a much higher, and honestly legal/public concern level.

Advice to Management

The parent company needs to overhaul the entire upper level management, from C-level employees to directors. It's only a matter of time before a lawsuit or news article about conduct at the company severely damages the company.

Many fake positions are invented with large salaries and no use just to keep around older employees who have been with the company for some time.

12 August 2018

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