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30+ days ago

Salesforce Technical Architect, Remote

Bluewolf Group San Francisco, CA +7 locations

Provides technical or business analytical leadership for specific technical objectives within an implementation. Responsible for leading functional… Bluewolf Group


30+ days ago

Client Advisor, Boston

Bluewolf Group Boston, MA

Bluewolf is one of the fastest growing technology consulting firms in North America. Our deep partnerships with leading technology firms such as… Bluewolf Group


30+ days ago

Engagement Manager, Seattle

Bluewolf Group Seattle, WA

  • Engagement Management: Lead engagement planning and budgeting; mobilize and manage engagement teams; define deliverable structure and… Bluewolf Group


30+ days ago

Client Advisor, New York

Bluewolf Group New York, NY

Bluewolf is one of the fastest growing technology consulting firms in North America. Our deep partnerships with leading technology firms such as… Bluewolf Group


26 days ago

Marketing Services Director, Boston

Bluewolf Group Boston, MA

  • Business Development: Develop and maintain contact with key decision makers at clients; participate and lead aspects of the proposal… Bluewolf Group


30+ days ago

Beyond Jr Developer, Boston

Bluewolf Group Atlanta, GA

  • Work effectively individually and with team members toward customer satisfaction and success • Assist in creating solutions for client… Bluewolf Group


30+ days ago

Jr QA Engineer, New York

Bluewolf Group New York, NY

This is a great role for someone who is quality obsessed, with a meticulous attention to detail, loves software and technical tools, has experience… Bluewolf Group


30+ days ago

Finance Analyst, New York City

Bluewolf Group New York, NY

• Work closely with the PMO, Chief of Staff and Finance to consistently report across Teams:  • Delivery Forecast, Utilization Targets, % to Goal… Bluewolf Group


30+ days ago

CRM Project Manager, Remote

Bluewolf Group Boston, MA +7 locations

  • Works effectively individually and with Bluewolf and customer team members toward customer satisfaction and success • Oversees, and has… Bluewolf Group


25 days ago

Office Manager, New York

Bluewolf Group New York, NY

Our culture is highly entrepreneurial, which means that people who put in the work up front and who are genuinely excited by the prospect of helping… Bluewolf Group


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    Best to avoid working here

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Bluewolf

    Pros

    - Great colleagues to work with on projects, that have a ton of knowledge of Salesforce and passion for the work.
    - Big projects for quality companies.

    Cons

    - Very little effort from management in providing quality support to employees. I went for 6 week stretches where my manager would cancel our weekly one on one scheduled, even though I had things I wanted to discuss.
    - No feedback given by management, project or otherwise.
    - Very disrespectful of your time, would consistently ask you to do multiple things at once or at odd hours, prioritizing.
    - Poor communication was consistent, and inability to prioritize tasks and issues in a project was common.
    - Project management techniques and approach were completely inconsistent. It was a mystery from project to project, and sometimes week to week the approach the project management would take, and how things would be tracked. It made knowing what was expected a nightmare most of the time.

    Ultimately I left after I was taken off a project, the week before bonuses were dispersed. Not hard to see why they did what they did, and that sort of culture runs amuck here it seems. It will always be about the bottom line to them, and they will have no problem sacrificing you, your well being or your career for that bottom line. This wasn't the first time I saw them make a decision like this, so if you do choose to work here, watch your back.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    It's pretty simple really, treat your people better. Don't treat them like numbers or like assets, treat them like actual human beings once and a while. Support them on projects in a consistent and expected way, so that it's not always a mystery how the next project manager will handle the project.

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