This week's book giveaway is in the OO, Patterns, UML and Refactoring forum. We're giving away four copies of Refactoring for Software Design Smells: Managing Technical Debt and have Girish Suryanarayana, Ganesh Samarthyam & Tushar Sharma on-line! See this thread for details.
I got a offer from a startup innovative product based company, as the company was small i unable to find the employees in the social networks. However they paid me more than industry average.
So I am unable to get more information about the company, however they a strong base in US, now they are growing in INDIA. I was wondering will that company will provide me a job security for at least another 5 years I want to stick to my new company for another 5 years.
I know that if their business grows well then my growth will be very fast when compared to another Branded Companies. If Not ??? This is the point which I really confused.
However they are very good pay master, they have performance bonus and other aspects, so money wise I will get more in forthcoming years. But what I am thinking is how long this will go ???
Is there any best way to research about a company before we join, can you please share your experience on this.
This is the worst bulls**t I have ever heard. I wonder if you are a government employee. You certainly sound like one.
Be real careful here -- remember JavaRanch's "be nice" policy....
In a way, the statement about visibility is actually trie. In a small company, the bench isn't that deep (sports term). You like/want to surround yourself with smart people, because you don't have much room to avoid incompetent people.
So... Incompetent colleagues tend to be highlighted very quickly, and pushed out quicker in small companies than with big companies. But if you are good at what you do, what does it matter? High visibility is actually a good thing -- it shows your talent.