We are looking for highly motivated individuals who want to be a part of a dynamic environment unlike any place they've ever worked. Acropolis focuses on using the best technology to deliver innovative IT management services and project solutions for our small- to medium-sized business clients. Are you proficient in Microsoft, Cisco, or VMware? Have a talent you think we need? We want to hear about it.
We view our employees as our greatest asset. If you want to join a team that does challenging, interesting work, if you're looking for a place where your input and ideas are valued, we want to talk to you.
What do our employees say about working at Acropolis
How do we compare according to ADP?
Compared to the industry the number of employees that are leaving to find employment elsewhere (voluntary) has been much lower than the industry average for the last three years. This indicates that people aren’t leaving on their own. We are slightly higher this year for “involuntary” departures. Even when the unfortunate happens, we work very hard to help exit as friends and also use our contacts to help find jobs so our past employees can land on their feet. In addition, we NEVER disparage employees that have left..EVER.
Second, I would like to address pay. Below is how we compare to the averages in our industry:
The comparison to the right shows that Acropolis pays higher wages than the industry average across all three wage bands except executive compensation where we are slightly below average. Our lowest paid 25% of our employees are 58% higher than our competitors lowest paid 25%. Our average salary is 40% higher than our competitors average. We actually pay less at the top of the wage band. We want to ensure that we don’t overpay at the top of the scale at the expense of the other two categories as indicated.
Acropolis Paid Benefits
Lastly, I want to address benefits as it is a very important consideration when looking at a career change.
The employer provided benefits at Acropolis are in the 82% better than others in the Managed Service industry. This is actually low as it doesn’t include the contribution of stock through our Employee Stock Ownership Plan as this program is separate from ADP payroll and not tracked in their averages.