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Oracle R12 Technical

Bodhtree Solutions Baltimore, MD

Core technical skills that we are looking for in the R12 developers include - Excellent verbal and written communication skills - Excellent Accounts… Dice

4 days ago

PHP developer

Bodhtree Solutions Dublin, CA

Proven experience with web design and development using PHP, Javascript frameworks(Angular,Ember, Backbone) and responsive CSS.- Comprehensive… Dice

17 days ago


Bodhtree Solutions Quincy, MA

or Tasks on Project The Sr. System Administrator will plan, develop, implement and manage networking and server-based solutions in order to a meet… Dice

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  1. 1 person found this helpful  

    Great option for slowing down or ruining your career

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Bodhtree


    nothing that is relevant to a healthy career development...
    but if the following matters:
    - flexible hours - most people don't show up to work before noon
    - benefits are above average
    - freedom to experiment - management lacks knowledge on what really works or don't work
    - not required to be an expert in anything to get far, just know how to pretend to be an expert
    - title booster --- titles are handed out based on who you know and what you know


    - a company that has no real solutions expertise trying to sell solutions
    - management lacks focus and knowledge on all core business areas
    - half of the so called 'Senior Directors' and 'VPs' have no real strategic experience, but are merely overpaid coordinators and/or copywriters.
    - it is a common practice to over promise and under deliver (to both clients and employees)
    - incompetence and inefficiency are tolerated by upper management

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Purge the management team and stop hiring incompetent people to be your directors and VPs. Just because someone who has 15 years of experience as a coordinator for some big company, that does not qualify them as a senior director for a strategic role; a copywriter is not a marketer; someone who only knows how to put together sub par PPT presentations shouldn't be promoted to VP; etc... you get my point

    last advice.. show some respect towards your employees.

    Doesn't Recommend