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24 Reviews
24 Reviews
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OneBeacon President, CEO, and Director Mike Miller
Mike Miller
11 Ratings

    Massive bureaucracy, little work

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    Former Employee - Technical Consultant in Canton, MA
    Former Employee - Technical Consultant in Canton, MA

    I worked at OneBeacon as a contractor (less than an year)


    Long deadlines, light work load, old code base. Not technologically demanding. Easy hours (bankers).


    Basic wall cube farm, very little oversight, work can get boring. Office culture is that of any typical large insurance company. Hard to get any new work done, or change any existing systems. They are still using dBase, FoxPro, and SQL2000. Um, it's 2014, might be time to upgrade. Product team seems to be moving in 100 directions at once, which has the effect of leading the developers down a trail and then having to change course in the middle.

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    Massive infrastructure and code upgrades needed. Talent is stale and there is massive technical debt as more complex projects are applied to the obsolete codebase. Root out and destroy the bureaucratic management and product team which is severely impacting quality of work.

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