eMeasurematics Senior Leadership FAQ

Read what eMeasurematics employees think about senior leadership and the CEO at the company.

eMeasurematics has a Senior Management rating of 3.1, and Mudrad Guhya, the CEO of eMeasurematics, has an approval rating of 49% across the organisation.

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How are senior leaders perceived at eMeasurematics?

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24 March 2021

Pros

- Work location? - Possibly a resume builder if you are fresh out of school?

Cons

Everything.: the silliest "tech" company I have ever seen. They say they are "new" and "innovative" but the only thing new is them to creating reliable software. - Completely disorganized business wise. - No future or planning roadmaps of any kind. - No meeting agendas. Everyone rambles about un-related topics past every stopping point. - No software requirements or automated testing of any kind after 10 years in business.....everything is a hack and you will work non-stop to fix it (including weekends) to probably make another hack. - No delivery process at all. - Kindergarden deadlines based off of the team's gut "feeling". - They are "behind" on every delivery and will require you to work incessantly. - 100% employee turnover..... I think 6 people in 2020 in an office of 6. - They will offer remote work but a "crisis" will pop up every week and "require" you to come in week after week after week. - Ancient J2EE app server/messaging tech stack. - Mountains of technical debt. - Dozens of dead projects in the repos. - The code logic itself is all over the place from years of company disarray. Looks like a leadership team trying to make a quick million to fund life in Belize, not run a real business.

Advice to Management

Either pony up and hire onshore software delivery staff (software manager, software lead, scrum master) or just give up on the technology business and mine BitCoin.

Looks like a leadership team trying to make a quick million to fund life in Belize, not run a real business.

24 March 2021

Reviewed by: Software Developer in Chicago, IL (Former Employee)

28 May 2021

Pros

The job initially offered competitive pay.

Cons

When I was there, there were no engineers or programmers in America that had been with the company for more than 2 years because they couldn't stand working there and quit before that long. This company is not worth even spending time at as a stepping stone in your career. Your mental health is worth more than a job at this company. The CEO will micromanage everything you do. Employees are required to create daily reports down to the minute that he reviews with the India team every night. Employees are given a set of tasks that will change on a daily basis with constantly shifting goal posts. Orders are given by everyone to everyone with no semblance of structure. If the CEO decides that you don't meet his impossible expectations he will tell you that you can either take a pay cut upwards of 20% or you can quit. This had happened to multiple employees and former employees. The place feels like a startup that has no idea what they're doing but somehow they've existed for 13-21 years, it depends on where you look.

Advice to Management

Have the current CEO hand off all operations to a new person from outside the company.

If the CEO decides that you don't meet his impossible expectations he will tell you that you can either take a pay cut upwards of 20% or you can quit.

28 May 2021

Reviewed by: Project Engineer in Chicago, IL (Former Employee)

28 May 2021

Pros

The job initially offered competitive pay.

Cons

When I was there, there were no engineers or programmers in America that had been with the company for more than 2 years because they couldn't stand working there and quit before that long. This company is not worth even spending time at as a stepping stone in your career. Your mental health is worth more than a job at this company. The CEO will micromanage everything you do. Employees are required to create daily reports down to the minute that he reviews with the India team every night. Employees are given a set of tasks that will change on a daily basis with constantly shifting goal posts. Orders are given by everyone to everyone with no semblance of structure. If the CEO decides that you don't meet his impossible expectations he will tell you that you can either take a pay cut upwards of 20% or you can quit. This had happened to multiple employees and former employees. The place feels like a startup that has no idea what they're doing but somehow they've existed for 13-21 years, it depends on where you look.

Advice to Management

Have the current CEO hand off all operations to a new person from outside the company.

The CEO will micromanage everything you do.

28 May 2021

Reviewed by: Project Engineer in Chicago, IL (Former Employee)

3 English reviews out of 3

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