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Associate Project Manager

Intralinks Waltham, MA

• Support the entire Enterprise Applications life cycle from strategic planning to tactical activities… Intralinks

13 days ago

Product Manager Reporting and Analytics

Intralinks Waltham, MA

of Role: The Reporting and Analytics Product Manager of Intralinks’ Platform will be responsible for defining and executing against the product… Intralinks

29 days ago

Sr. Product Manager Platform API and Partner Application Toolkit

Intralinks Waltham, MA

of Role: The Senior Product Manager of Intralinks’ Platform will be responsible for defining and executing against the product strategy that… Intralinks

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Intralinks Director, President & CEO Ronald W. Hovsepian
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    Deplorable company culture, backstabbing/bullying amongst employees, and unfair treatment of hard working employees

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

    I worked at Intralinks full-time (more than 3 years)


    -New CMO trying to lighten up the culture
    -Very interesting technology
    -Smart people


    -Suburban office in the middle of no where - no where to go for lunch or socialize after work
    -No matter how hard you work and contribute you will not be will face roadblock after roadblock when trying to contribute more and advance your career
    -Backstabbing/bullying is rampant across the company while upper management turns a blind eye
     -Extremely high turn over which means new people are constantly coming in and having to catch up to speed - there is no consistent teams working toward the same initiative for long enough to achieve anything (which is why the product never progresses)
    -The high turn over is because there is lack of career advancement from within - constantly firing people at random and bringing in new people from Novell
    -Very creepy that new Waltham office is in the same exact suite as Novell was

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    FIX THE CULTURE! Treat your hard working employees with respect and help them to succeed. The technology is interesting and this company has tremendous potential to be a really good place to work. But the changes have to start with upper management and trickle down. To start, remove the roadblocks that are preventing your hard working employees from going anywhere...

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