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Business Analyst

Intralinks Frankfurt

• Critically evaluate information gathered from multiple sources, reconcile… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Business Solutions Analyst

Intralinks Waltham, MA

This position will analyze business issues, design solutions and lead the functional aspects of implementation. They are responsible for evaluating… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Financial Analyst (strong Excel skills required)

Intralinks New York, NY

The Financial Analyst will work as part of the FP&A team to assist with all aspects of financial planning and analysis which is instrumental in… Glassdoor

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Intralinks Director, President & CEO Ronald W. Hovsepian
Ronald W. Hovsepian
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    Just not good

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Waltham, MA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Waltham, MA

    I worked at Intralinks full-time for more than a year


    - Cool technology
    - Nice new office


    - Everyone there hates their job. I know that is cynical to say but its evident. No one is happy. The bathroom is full of people just complaining.
    - No clearly defined company culture. Some casual, some business, you just never know where you stand.
    - Management makes you fear C-level Executives- its literally "DONT LOOK AT THEM IN THE EYES!" but when you do actually talk to them they are good people and friendly. Dont understand why you have you to walk around with your head down?
    -No market strategy. No social media presence. No community outreach. Nothing.
    - Management acts like they are Google. Wants only the elite hires but does not have the budget to pay for it. Interview process can be almost 2-3 months long. Candidates are gone by then.
    -No clearly defined training or upward mobility (but they are working on that).

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Work on branding and defining who you want to be.
    Lower standards for hiring people- be more willing to train the talent coming in than expecting the best on day one.

    Doesn't Recommend
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