At Entrance, we hire smart people with strong skills. But why do the best and the brightest choose us? What makes Entrance different? We are a small, young consulting company with a great culture. In the next few blogs I’ll be breaking down what that means and why you should care.
Part 1: Working for a Small, Young Company
In a smaller organization you will have an immediate impact on the projects that you are working on and on the company’s performance. At a company with hundreds of employees, you might get a coworker who doesn’t pull their weight or work effectively. When you’re at a small company, there is no crowd to hide in so there’s no room for low performers. On the flip side of that, because you’re more than just a number when you do great work it gets noticed.
When you work with a smaller company you get to really know your teammates, both professionally and personally. By working in an environment that encourages collaboration, you can benefit and learn from your coworkers’ individual skill set and previous experience.
No Red Tape
Entrance is a fairly flat organization in terms of our structure so there aren’t layers of middle management to struggle with. You have access to your manager, our Director of Consulting or our President, just by walking into their office.
Ability to Self-Manage
We trust our consultants’ judgment so you won’t be micro-managed.
Our company was founded by a software developer who understood that to do great work you need great tools. Nothing frustrates technical people more than slow computers or out of date technology. We offer our employees powerful laptops and the latest software so they can get the job done fast.
Our core hours are from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm. Our early birds can choose to get here at 7:00 am and leave at 4:00, and those of us who aren’t morning people can stroll in at 9:30 and leave at 6:30 pm. As long as you are putting your hours in and getting your work done, we’re pretty flexible.
We’re a small company, but we offer luxury benefits.