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I worked at Altisource (Less than a year)Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDoesn't RecommendNegative Outlook
Good salary. Some interesting products with interesting challenges. Lots of smart people.* (*Allegedly.)
Utterly toxic atmosphere. Favoritism. Nepotism. A pervasive miasma of uncertainty, distrust and self-preservation. Executives screaming threats to burnt-out underlings. Racist and classicist hiring practices. The kind of place where people cry a lot. No role clarity. No accountability. Abrupt layoffs. Abysmal benefits. Company has no greater purpose than to make as much untaxable income for its executive team as possible. Lures talented people with a high paycheck and leaves them damaged and spiritless. Don't ignore my words. Don't think that the bad reviews only come from negative people - they're from the honest and good-hearted ones who are taking the time to try to warn you. Don't believe their lies that the bad reviews are only from the Indian offices, or that some departments are special and shielded - it comes from the top and invades everything. Don't think you can tough it out for a year or two as a stepping stone - you are not more persistent than the hundreds who left their one-star cries for help. Turn around, start running, and don't ever look back.
Advice to Management
This company makes its money off the misfortune of Americans and compounds this shame by dodging American taxes. Management - fittingly - is comprised of the sort of people who text while driving and leave 10% tips for waitresses. Why would I waste perfectly good advice on this hopeless cause?