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Boston, MA (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika)
1.001 bis 5.000 Mitarbeiter
1995
Privatunternehmen
Computer-Hardware & -Software
Unbekannt / Nicht zutreffend
Konkurrenten

Charles River Development, Bloomberg L.P., Fidessa

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    „Look elsewhere if you care about being respected or compensated fairly”

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    Ehem. Mitarbeiter - Engagement Specialist in Boston, MA (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika)
    Ehem. Mitarbeiter - Engagement Specialist in Boston, MA (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika)
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    Ich habe in Vollzeit bei Eze Software gearbeitet (Über 5 Jahre)

    Pros

    Free food, drinks, bagels on Wednesday, beer on Friday. Your immediate coworkers are, in general, young, driven, fun people to work with. The majority of direct managers are good people as well (with notable exceptions). If you're willing to work hard, you'll learn a lot of skills that transfer well across any client service or financial role in the future.

    Kontras

    The company was going downhill for the past few years. When I started, we had an amazing culture on our team, people worked hard and long hours, but rarely were there complaints about workload. Then, when the company decided to change the entire service model, everything went downhill. Headcount was reduced while responsibilities rose. India was spun up, only to take on roughly 15-20% of the workload with 50% of the headcount. Raises dropped, even when you received identical ratings in End of Year reviews (for example, I received the same rating throughout my tenure, my last three raises were 3%, 2%, and 0.5%). If you want to be promoted, it's not enough to efficiently and effectively do your job. You're expected to go above and beyond, to work long hours, to come up with solutions to problems managers might not even have identified (all while consistently working through your queue of work). In fact, if you don't work long hours you're considered by many in upper management to be a slacker and get no respect. People who have been with the company 8+ years and are now in upper management seem to think that the only way to be effective is to work 12 hour days, and many openly choose their favorites. The best talent began getting fed up and moving on a few years ago, and it's telling that something like 30-40 of them all moved to the same company (Seismic). Even if you can get past all of the above, the worst part was the blatant dishonesty. At one point, the company held seminars for the younger folks, patronizingly telling us about how well the compensation structure was. This while every one of us could see how fast attrition was happening, and since many of the people leaving were our friends, it was easy to see how much more money people were getting when they moved on to similar roles (again for reference, I moved on to a new company in almost exactly the same role, but I have far fewer responsibilities/tasks and I'm making roughly 33% more). If you're a college student looking to gain some relevant skills, learn how to talk to volatile personalities in the financial industries, and then move on to a much more lucrative role in a couple of years, this is the place for you. Otherwise steer clear.

    Rat an das Management

    As mentioned above, there are people running your Solutions and Engagement branches who are more or less universally disdained by the people actually doing all the work. If you want to keep paying them their fat salaries while they make error after error and blame it all on others, that's your business, but I would thing that you want leaders who people respect and trust. If you don't know the people I'm talking about, that's even more alarming, but wouldn't be a particular shock to anyone who's worked for Eze since 2017.

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Vorstellungsgespräche bei Eze Software

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    QA Leadership Development Program-Vorstellungsgespräch

    Anonymer Bewerber im Vorstellungsgespräch
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    Ich habe mich online beworben. Der Vorgang dauerte mehr als 4 Wochen. Vorstellungsgespräch absolviert im Juni 2013 bei Eze Software.

    Vorstellungsgespräch

    I applied through Craigslist and received an email the next day for a phone interview. The phone interview was very short (lasted only 12 minutes). The recruiter asked why I was interested in financial software, consulting, and eze. She didn't ask me any questions about my previous experiences so I thought I wouldn't be moving on. But I got an email for a round 1 interview a few days later. Before the first round interview, I had to fill out a very long form called Online Questions with questions such as what are your 3 biggest strengths/weaknesses, describe a time when you took initiative, etc. Definitely allow yourself a few hours to fill out this form because they will use these questions and answers to interview you.

    The first round interview consists of three 45-minute interviews with someone from QA and two from connectivity. The one from QA asked two logic questions which were posted on here. Do your research beforehand so it doesn't catch you off guard. Like I said before, the interview questions are based on the form your filled out prior to the interview. Some of the interesting questions I got from the other two interviewers were "tell me something that's not on your resume" and "if you make a mistake in front of a client, how would you handle the situation?"

    I didn't hear back for a week and decided to follow up and I was invited for the second round interview. This time, I met with people in senior positions from the QA side. I was given two logic question that weren't posted here but I worked my way through the problem. During this round, the interviewers focused more on my interests and why I am interested in the financial software industry.

    I didn't hear back for a week and decided to contact them again. I didn't get a response until 2 weeks later.

    Fragen im Vorstellungsgespräch

    • What do you know about us?
      Logic questions:
      match and 2 string
      how to get 4 people across a bridge in 17 minutes
      feather game: you have 11 feathers and you and a friend take turns removing 3, 2, or 1 feathers. The goal is to leave the opponent with 1 feather. How many would you remove in the first turn to guarantee a win?   Frage beantworten
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  • Best Places to Work (Mid-Size Companies), Boston Business Journal, 2013
  • Best Places to Work in Boston, Boston Business Journal, 2014
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