Nuance – Pune
of the Pune team currently comprised of Senior Software Engineers. • Design… Nuance
Nuance – Pune
as described below using an Agile methodology and with a certain level of autonomy. • Participate in full Software Development Life-cycle… Nuance
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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at Nuance full-time (more than 3 years)Pros
-Benefits were quite good when they transitioned from Cigna to Blue Cross
-Amazingly cool technology
-You'll work with some incredibly smart people
-20 days PTO, 10 holidays a yearCons
-They will work you into the ground. The stock price has collapsed over the last few years, which results in layoffs, which means more work for people who aren't laid off because "times are tough". Meanwhile, Paul Ricci pays himself 50 million dollars a year.
-No, seriously, they will consume as much of your life as you will allow. They do not believe in work/life balance. At all.
-They'd rather push something out quickly than push something out correctly
-Acquisition centric. Constantly acquiring other companies and their workers and doing nothing with them. -Advancement opportunities slim because managers carry over from acquisitions as part of the deal.
-Every year, they find a way to screw employees out of their annual bonus. Meanwhile, again, executive leadership raids the company's coffers for 90% of its operating profit as salary.
-PTO is worth nothing when they won't let you take it.
-Lots of top talent has fled the company for much greener pastures
-Company's future is in doubt, with its largest customers making their own competing products to eventually dump Nuance and directly go against them
-Stock options worthless because stock price only goes downAdvice to ManagementAdvice
Maybe instead of working all of your employees to the bone like owned property and then taking all of the company's profits for your own gain, treat them with respect and actually honor your bonus promises and make real cost of living increases. Or don't - whatever, those of us with options are already leaving.Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEO