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Henry Schuck
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    Current Employee - Sales  in  Vancouver, WA
    Current Employee - Sales in Vancouver, WA

    I have been working at DiscoverOrg full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Started off great with management getting all the employees together whether it be for team building, potlucks, games, etc. This was a lot of fun. Most of the managers are pretty cool, and one of the co-CEO's as well. Want to learn something? You can be trained! Want to switch departments? It can be done! They have also cracked down a ton on employee inappropriate dress and behavior (coming to work drunk/high, etc)

    Cons

    Since I have been here, the company events have pretty much stopped. It is sad, as I have been here a while and still don't really know anyone outside of my department. Company is currently split up into 3 different locations and the more they add people, the more crowded it gets. One central building would be nice. Average age seems to be early to mid twenties. I don't have to what that adds to an environment. Cliques, isolated groups and most departments sticking to themselves. Not really a good thing, this is not High School. Heck, the person who interviewed me did nothing but cuss, as did an interviewer of a friend. Wile we have our own/shared office, others are 'cubicle milled' to say the least. One off thing about having too many people I guess.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Try to find a centralized building, hire people who are mature and not kids, and bring back team building/interaction activities.

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