Mission: WorkWave works on the belief that their best people should be given opportunities to grow and thrive in a fast paced, technology driven culture.
WorkWave empowers employees to always think ahead, giving the tools and training necessary to keep attaining new ...
I have been working at WorkWave full-time (More than a year)
Good work / life balance, laid back environment, casual dress, most major holidays off, you have the ability to work from home
The place is full of cliques. They rather higher people from outside than use the talented individuals they already have working there. They make you feel like it is a place you can build a career but there appears to be no upwards mobility. Not really sure that upper management really knows how the people are treated by middle management. If you care and speak up you may get a target placed on you. The free lunch isn't really free since you have to work while you eat it. We do these anonymous surveys where they use your feedback to make the place better but lately instead of going over the results they go over them in a one on one setting where it feels like they are trying to see who said what. The few do 80 percent of the work while the others skate by and get all the praise. The ones thy do the work don't get the promotions though. The raises if you get one are small and for all the hard work you do you don't even get year end bonuses. We used to feel like a family but now it's more like we are replaceable numbers.
Advice to Management
I have read the reviews and the responses. Maybe you should look into what is being said instead of saying they are wrong because I can assure you that they are not.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at WorkWave (Neptune, NJ (US)) in March-2016.
Phone screen. In person interview with several levels of management. Then a personality exam. Everyone seemed really nice and helpful. The culture seemed to be amazing there. Everyone was extremely nice from the moment you walk through the doors. The employees that were working seemed to really enjoy what they were doing.
It began in the beginning with the initial call to set up a phone screen. They as you what you are looking to be paid. No need to haggle since they offered what was asked
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