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Pros: Excellent opportunities for upward mobility. Personal investments are recognized and rewarded. Monthly meetings are held to discuss profitability of the company. Cons: No company vehicles.
Project Manager, (Unspecified Type / General) in San Francisco:
Good career growth opportunities and interesting technology to work with. Okay company culture that feels low-energy because of not many people in the office, and low effort from HR. I do not feel compensated enough to justify the heavy and intense workload.
High highs and low lows.
Project Geologist in Lowell:
Pros: My direct manager is a great mentor. He challenges me, involves me, appreciates me, trusts me, empowers me and makes me feel valued.
Cons: The owner of the company is ruthless and condescending. Additionally, EndPoint requested that I move to a new state and we and agreed on a rate of pay associated with that move; however, the following year i was demoted and received a 13% pay cut instead of a raise. I was not given any specific critiques of my shortcomings.
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