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30+ days ago

Management Consulting Analyst

Align Communications Inc New York, NY

** As an experienced analyst and consultant, you are part of a team of professionals who deliver projects to meet defined deliverables, processes… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Managing Consultant Data Center Strategy

Align Communications Inc New York, NY

## Align is a global IT solutions firm – we specialize in designing and deploying infrastructure technology solutions. These include data center… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Senior Systems Engineer - Microsoft

Align Communications Inc New York, NY

** Provide consulting engineering services for the planning, coordination, and implementation of releases, upgrades, or changes to products and… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Data Center Migration Project Manager

Align Communications Inc New York, NY

** Align seeks a Project Manager with proven expertise managing data center migration projects. Qualified individual… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Account Manager

Align Communications Inc New York, NY

** We’re looking for an outgoing, energetic and organized Account Manager. This person will work directly with the CEO managing a few key business… Beyond.com


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    Align needs to Re-Align company focus

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
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    I have been working at Align Communications

    Pros

    Compared to similar IT business solution companies, decent benefit (not good enough benefit compared to other companies). Employees are encouraged to get professional or industry-standard certifications. Small company with close relationship and open communication between employees. Good middle management. Company owner cares of employee's well-being.

    Cons

    Senior management does not have intimate relationship with clients or with potential clients, which leads to missed opportunities. Senior management gets anxious with less projects and more bills. No team or group member lead to coordinate internal communication. Little to no communication between employees handling multiple projects simultaneously. Less-intensive hiring process which leads only to attract little-to-no-potential employees. Every employee is "forced" to generate more sales or is shown the door. Expects employees to work at least 10 hour a day including weekends. Decides to take clients in certain industries or areas hoping to save on taxes, only resulting to have additional costs with little to no benefit. Decides to lose or "force" to lose senior technical employees hoping to save costs only to lead confusions and frictions between less-technical employees with overload of work and projects.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Company needs to focus on potential industry sectors. Hire senior management that have intimate relationship with clients or potential clients and have abilities to generate more sales. Review existing senior management ability and leadership. Improve hiring process to attract highly-potential sale forces. Improve employee skill development based on tangible metrics.

    Disapproves of CEO