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What Employees Say
I worked at AIM Consulting Group, LLC for more than a year
AIM really took the time to get to know me, my background, and my career aspirations before finding a position for me. Everyone at AIM was very friendly and always extremely helpful. My contract was... renewed several times, and I recently converted to a full time employee working at the company that AIM had placed me at. If you're new to the consulting thing, or if you've been doing it for years, you'll be in good hands with the folks at AIM.
Timesheets were the only thing that were a little frustrating at times, but a little administrative headache isn't a big deal in the grand scheme of things.
I have been working at LogRhythm full-time for less than a year
The company culture is wonderful. You can tell they recognize that people are people, so there's a lot of flexibility. There are also a lot of perks (Free lunches every Friday, free soda, frequent... happy hours and coffee trucks, etc.) In Engineering specifically, I really like the direction the org is going. I've been here a little less than a year and there's been a lot of changes (so there's a good amount of change fatigue), but the intent behind the changes is good and I think it will really make us better long term. The leadership team across Engineering and Product are working really hard to get aligned and to align the teams, which is no easy task. Once we get through this chaotic phase where we're all learning and adjusting to these changes, we'll be in a great spot as Developers.
The engineering teams are spread across several locations, which can make "Agility" a little tough, but almost all companies have that set-up these days.