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14 English questions out of 14

July 5, 2022

What is health insurance like at Business Technology Partners?

Pros

- Work-life balance is amazing - CEO truly puts his employees before everyone else. - Everyone I encountered at BTP were very caring and respectful - A lot of flexibility - Opportunities to learn and grow is in your hand and you just have to ask for it -Not much office politics - everyone I encountered were straightforward, honest and want to see you succeed - Pay decently well - CEO is open to ideas and willing to let you start something new

Cons

- BTP is structured as a flat organization so you don't have many opportunities to "climb the ladder" and grow in terms of managerial experience. - Hard to feel like you are part of a team because everyone seems to primarily work individually which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but you have to raise your hand when you need help or want to network - Benefits such as health insurance and parental leave is not the best - Raises are lower than what I had expected to see year after year - Management sometimes does not follow through on things they talk about

Advice to Management

BTP needs to catch up with many of the other tech consulting firms in terms of it's benefits (Unlimited PTO, Parental Leave, Employee Engagement Teams, Investing in Learning, etc.) and a culture around having a collaborative environment.

Benefits such as health insurance and parental leave is not the best

July 5, 2022

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July 5, 2022

Does Business Technology Partners offer parental leave?

Pros

- Work-life balance is amazing - CEO truly puts his employees before everyone else. - Everyone I encountered at BTP were very caring and respectful - A lot of flexibility - Opportunities to learn and grow is in your hand and you just have to ask for it -Not much office politics - everyone I encountered were straightforward, honest and want to see you succeed - Pay decently well - CEO is open to ideas and willing to let you start something new

Cons

- BTP is structured as a flat organization so you don't have many opportunities to "climb the ladder" and grow in terms of managerial experience. - Hard to feel like you are part of a team because everyone seems to primarily work individually which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but you have to raise your hand when you need help or want to network - Benefits such as health insurance and parental leave is not the best - Raises are lower than what I had expected to see year after year - Management sometimes does not follow through on things they talk about

Advice to Management

BTP needs to catch up with many of the other tech consulting firms in terms of it's benefits (Unlimited PTO, Parental Leave, Employee Engagement Teams, Investing in Learning, etc.) and a culture around having a collaborative environment.

Benefits such as health insurance and parental leave is not the best

July 5, 2022

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July 5, 2022

What kind of career opportunities exist at Business Technology Partners?

Pros

- Work-life balance is amazing - CEO truly puts his employees before everyone else. - Everyone I encountered at BTP were very caring and respectful - A lot of flexibility - Opportunities to learn and grow is in your hand and you just have to ask for it -Not much office politics - everyone I encountered were straightforward, honest and want to see you succeed - Pay decently well - CEO is open to ideas and willing to let you start something new

Cons

- BTP is structured as a flat organization so you don't have many opportunities to "climb the ladder" and grow in terms of managerial experience. - Hard to feel like you are part of a team because everyone seems to primarily work individually which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but you have to raise your hand when you need help or want to network - Benefits such as health insurance and parental leave is not the best - Raises are lower than what I had expected to see year after year - Management sometimes does not follow through on things they talk about

Advice to Management

BTP needs to catch up with many of the other tech consulting firms in terms of it's benefits (Unlimited PTO, Parental Leave, Employee Engagement Teams, Investing in Learning, etc.) and a culture around having a collaborative environment.

Opportunities to learn and grow is in your hand and you just have to ask for it

July 5, 2022

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July 5, 2022

How do employees feel about their professional development opportunities at Business Technology Partners?

Pros

- Work-life balance is amazing - CEO truly puts his employees before everyone else. - Everyone I encountered at BTP were very caring and respectful - A lot of flexibility - Opportunities to learn and grow is in your hand and you just have to ask for it -Not much office politics - everyone I encountered were straightforward, honest and want to see you succeed - Pay decently well - CEO is open to ideas and willing to let you start something new

Cons

- BTP is structured as a flat organization so you don't have many opportunities to "climb the ladder" and grow in terms of managerial experience. - Hard to feel like you are part of a team because everyone seems to primarily work individually which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but you have to raise your hand when you need help or want to network - Benefits such as health insurance and parental leave is not the best - Raises are lower than what I had expected to see year after year - Management sometimes does not follow through on things they talk about

Advice to Management

BTP needs to catch up with many of the other tech consulting firms in terms of it's benefits (Unlimited PTO, Parental Leave, Employee Engagement Teams, Investing in Learning, etc.) and a culture around having a collaborative environment.

BTP is structured as a flat organization so you don't have many opportunities to "climb the ladder" and grow in terms of managerial experience.

July 5, 2022

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May 8, 2022

How are senior leaders perceived at Business Technology Partners?

Pros

Great leadership and autonomy with clients

Cons

Moved to more of a remote work style so there's little interaction with other teams.

Great leadership and autonomy with clients

May 8, 2022

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14 English questions out of 14