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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at Ariba full-timePros
- Good benefits
- Flexible schedule
- Some great co-workers and smart employees willing to help
- Opportunity to learn a lot about software technology (ERP and SaaS)
- A few good managers who actually get in the trenches with you, provide on-going training and development, and show a genuine interest in helping team members advance
- Made some life long friends with some truly caring people with good hearts.Cons
- A lot of management play favorites and senior leadership ignores this even though it is obvious to everyone that it goes on, especially in certain departments.
- Promotions and career advancement are stalled/blocked by upper management and HR.
- Sense of management not caring when you bring issues to them and give you a feeling that you are on your own to fight your battles.
- Upper management is aware of cheating going on with certain individuals/teams but turn a blind eye because they want to make their monthly and quarterly numbers and bonuses.
- Company does not take care of employees, lets them get frustrated and unwilling to fix internal issues.
- Management gets bogged down in metrics and micro-managing.
- God forbid you ever ask a question to a senior manager or executive that is deemed 'tough' or makes them feel uncomfortable when they ask for questions on a conference call or in a meeting. Senior leadership only want to hear positive feedback and accolades of how great they are doing.Advice to ManagementAdvice
- Take care of your employees who have consistently worked hard and performed at the top.
- Don't let your upper management frustrate your good employees to the point of them wanting to leave.
- Nip the favoritism that some directors and vice presidents have been allowed to practice.
- Communicate better with your employees.
- Invest in your employees and help them achieve their goals.
- Get rid of the old management style of "top down" mentality. Create a more open and collaborative atmosphere that would be more conducive to productivity and employee satisfaction.Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO