Re: Tabish's review

From: Ben Grodsky <grodsky_at_mediadefender.com>
Date: Thu, 26 Jul 2007 17:06:54 -0700

Octavio and Randy,

Tabish's review was rather uneventful, but 2 hours later he came in and gave 2-weeks notice that he is leaving. He talked about a "glass ceiling" he felt he had hit. We told him there is no such glass ceiling and he was passed over for the BT position which was "executive track."

-Ben


----- Original Message -----
From: Randy Saaf
To: Ben Grodsky
Cc: Jay Mairs; Octavio Herrera
Sent: Thu Jul 26 11:07:45 2007
Subject: Re: Tabish's review

My input is same as jays for most part. We need more qa. He needs to drive efficiency. We r not doing 4 times as much testing as we were a year ago. Software tools etc needs to be driven by him.

I would say 60 is competitive. We r happy with his performance. Is he in the top 20% of the company.


----- Original Message -----
From: Ben Grodsky
To: Randy Saaf
Cc: Jay Mairs; Octavio Herrera
Sent: Thu Jul 26 10:21:25 2007
Subject: Tabish's review

Randy,

I just got off the phone with O. What input do you have for Tabish's review/salary? Generally, Jay and I are happy with what QA does, but they don't take as proactive approach as they could -- consider BT and development generally. I want to bring Tabish up from $52.5k/year to $60k/year (14.3% raise), but I'm expecting him to ask for more given his MBA-type degree, his experience at the company, identifying the BT interdiction from MediaSentry and offering to help with MiiVi (though we didn't want him/his team to at the time). What's my upper limit for a negotiation?

-Ben

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