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Experian Chief Executive Officer Brian Cassin
Brian Cassin
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  • Large company that runs it's IT department as if it's a start-up venture.

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    Former Contractor - Senior Project Manager in Costa Mesa, CA
    Former Contractor - Senior Project Manager in Costa Mesa, CA

    I worked at Experian as a contractor (less than a year)

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    Some great people working in the IT department, they will challenge you to support your actions. This company will push you to your improve your work capacity beyond what you thought you may have been possible of doing. Daily updates & upgrades to implement new system features will get you well exposed to production control methodology.


    60-80 hour work week and weekend response expected with limited overtime compensation. Start up mentality within the IT department. This is an extremely high paced and high pressure environment with multiple department interests competing for over worked and understaffed IT department. You will work at 110% capacity all the time and you'll need to quickly decide what you won't be able to get accomplished to handle the constant requests for "emergency" updates by upper management. If you don't have thick skin and can't handle criticism don't work in the IT department.

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    Your available resource pool will continue to diminish as you continue to burn through contractors at an alarming rate and as more people become aware of how bad the work life balance has become within the IT department. Compensation for contractors is good, but at a certain point people will not work in that environment no matter how much money is offered.

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