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Oversee.net CEO Debra S. Domeyer
Debra S. Domeyer
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    Surprised they are still alive...

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Los Angeles, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Los Angeles, CA

    I worked at Oversee.net full-time (more than 3 years)


    Free lunch Fridays, flexible office hours, there are a bunch of smart and fun people working there, downtown LA is pretty solid


    There is a serious problem in this organization and it starts at the top. Management is too busy worrying about keeping the board at bay with near term, short-sided solutions and will dismantle pieces of the business (selling business units, mass layoffs, changes to health and 401k, etc) at the drop of a hat to hit budgets and keep their jobs.

    Multiple GMs have come and gone, many within months of starting and seeing what Oversee is all about. Additionally, lots of the GM positions have not been filled for over a year so there's no day-to-day leadership, accountability or organization within the business units.

    Since there is no real leadership top down and within each business vertical, they are constantly juggling priorities and goals and those priorities change dramatically on a dime.

    The turnover rate at this company is unbelievable. All ROI driven employees leave when they realize that no matter how good they are doing they are going to be lumped in with their vertical unit's performance, and since every single unit at Oversee has been free-falling the past several years, nobody gets their full bonus potential. Couple that with the fact that they never give people raises or title increases, and you get high turnover.

    They pride themselves on being a technology company but that's their biggest weakness. They have antiquated business models on antiquated technology and are the slowest moving company from a development standpoint I have ever worked with.

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    My message is to Oversee's board: replace all Senior Executives within the organization to have a shot at innovating and evolving to become relevant once again. Otherwise, keep on spinning your wheels to save what you have which has quickly dwindled down to nothing.

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