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13 days ago

Change Management and Adoption Consultant – easy apply

Bluewolf New York, NY +2 locations

• Overall Client Management for Adoption & Change Management assignments • Project Scoping, Estimation, and Management as needed • Conducting… Bluewolf

13 days ago

Technical Agile Business Executive Program – easy apply

Bluewolf New York, NY

The Tech-Agile Business Executive Program (Tech ABE) is a 9 month rotational program to develop enterprise Technical Architects.Tech… Bluewolf

20 days ago

Marketing Services Director – easy apply

Bluewolf Remote, OR +2 locations

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

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    Great starting opportunity, severely lacks in employee satisfaction after a year.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  New York, NY
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in New York, NY

    I worked at Bluewolf full-time for more than 3 years


    I received great training and experience on a number of platforms, and learned a great deal. If you could make a good business case for it, then you can get the training. I loved the people who were my peers, and you learn so much each other and get a great sense for this kind of work. You're constantly challenged, and no day was the same, which was important to me.


    While I understand that with a company growing as fast as Bluewolf there are bound to be growing pains, there were a lot of glaring issues that made my decision for me. I left because they convey the message that they don't care about their employees, and upper management was severely out of touch with the rest of the company. On the surface there is a lot of positivity and incentive to stay, but after two years your salary is far from what industry standard is, and they just stop caring unless you play the game and are disingenuous or work yourself to death. Internal communication is poor, if at all present. Some teams are put on a pedestal, while others are left to their own devices and suffer. In the 2+ years I was there, processes for submitting time sheets, feedback, and expenses changed a ton so there was no cohesive process.

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    Give your 'older' (2+ years) employees an actual incentive to stay. Improve communication amongst teams and look at the whole picture.

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