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14 days ago

Software Developer - 2015 Internships

CustomInk Fairfax, VA

Our engineering team works proactively to solve challenges associated with a growing, high-volume, consumer facing Web application. As an Intern, you… CustomInk


14 days ago

User Experience Designer - 2015 Internship

CustomInk Fairfax, VA

Role We’re looking for a talented User Experience Design Intern to join CustomInk’s Online Experience team. In this role, you’ll work closely with… CustomInk


17 days ago

Associate Web Operations Engineer

CustomInk Fairfax, VA

We seek a friendly, reliable, and highly motivated individual with strong communication skills to join the Web Operations Team. As a member of this… CustomInk


14 days ago

Software Developer - Early Career/University

CustomInk Fairfax, VA

We seek insanely curious and resourceful early career Software Engineers to join our ever-growing eCommerce Technology team. This team delivers the… CustomInk


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CustomInk Chairman, President, CEO, and Co-Founder Marc Katz
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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Tysons Corner, VA (US)

    I worked at CustomInk full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    relaxed environment, always changing, tons of future busines growth potential. The pay is decent, but the benefits (esp healthcare) are some of the best around for young single individuals. The organization tries really hard to keep in line with its core values.

    Cons

    Still in an emerging growth mode so a bit of disorganization in employee relations and structure/policy. The work/life balance was fantastic, until business growth moved faster than hiring. Most operational employees (bulk majority of the staff) work overtime >6 months out of the year. Nice for the paycheck, not so much for time to unwind.

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    Focus on current team's potential, regardless of role in organization. Pay close attention to who is actually doing the work vs who is getting the credit. Most employees don't need constant pats on the back, but it wouldn't hurt.

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