AltaML Management FAQ

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April 27, 2021

How is management perceived at AltaML?

Pros

If you love ML and are an ML developer, you will get treated very well. There is no other company in the area that will give you more ML experience than AltaML. You will be given all the tools you need to succeed and will be put on some very interesting projects with some not so interesting projects in there as well, but that is the reality of the private sector. If you are a Project Manager or Product Manager you will also be treated well and be allowed to gain valuable experience communicating with high profile clients in a high stress environment.

Cons

If you are not in one of those rolls mentioned above, you will be treated like an unwanted step-child. Many of the departments outside of Project/Product Management and Data Science seem like they receive almost zero budget. There are many other companies that I would suggest applying to first if you are into software development or anything outside datascience. The culture unfortunately has been much worse than it used to be, due to managers hiring employees that are for lack of a better term, arrogant. I've seen a good portion of the employee base have actual mental breakdowns on a regular basis due to bad culture and workload.

Advice to Management

You need to reevaluate the direction you would like to take the company and invest in the other departments of your company accordingly. Check in on your staff more, like truly check in on them and show them that you care because you are on the verge of losing a lot of key staff.

The culture unfortunately has been much worse than it used to be, due to managers hiring employees that are for lack of a better term, arrogant.

April 27, 2021

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