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8 days ago

Data Warehouse Test Automation Engineer

The Doyle Group Englewood, CO

Create scripts for testing of services using Perl, or equivalent scripting toolset Interact with testers, developers and architects on collecting… Dice


29 days ago

Lead Software Architect - Core Technologies

The Doyle Group Denver, CO

Application and component implementation in the Core Graphics Engine Authoring of architectural design and approach documents Work as the technical… Dice


21 days ago

Sr. Project Manager (MS EDW) - The Doyle Group

The Doyle Group Denver, CO

Responsible for Program Management and oversight of enterprise data warehouse implementation. Direct accountability for managing… Dice


8 days ago

Informatica ETL Developer

The Doyle Group Centennial, CO

Informatica ETL Developer (contract to hire) The Doyle Group is an experienced IT Placement and IT Consulting firm headquartered in Denver, CO. Our… Dice


25 days ago

SSIS Developer

The Doyle Group Broomfield, CO

SSIS Developer (Contract) One of Coloradorsquos great companies has a need for a SSIS Developer. This is a contract through the end of the year for… Dice


30+ days ago

RAD (OutSystems) Web Developer - Excellent Opportunity

The Doyle Group Denver, CO

Rapid Application Web Developer - Junior to Mid Level Interested in Rapid Application Development? Want to spend more time solving business problems… Dice


29 days ago

.Net Software Engineer

The Doyle Group Greenwood Village, Arapahoe, CO

.Net Software Engineer Looking to utilize your skills across all 3 tiers of development, using JS, jQuery, ASP.Net MVC, SQL Server? The Doyle… Dice


27 days ago

.NET Web Developer (6 Month Contract or Contract to Hire)

The Doyle Group Englewood, CO

Want to work with a stable and reputable company building cutting edge software? Do you love building complex enterprise systems? Do you enjoy… Dice


13 days ago

Telecom Product Manager (Call Center)

The Doyle Group Centennial, CO

Serve as the subject matter expert on call center technologies Develop and maintain the product backlog Leads programprojects and change processes… Dice


15 days ago

Sr. SQE (Software Quality Engineer)

The Doyle Group Centennial, CO

The Senior Software Quality Engineer (SQE) is responsible for analyzing, testing, and resolving technical issues to ensure that developed products… Dice


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  1.  

    This place is weird.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Chiropractic Economics full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    The boss is very clever and motivated to make money.

    Cons

    A typical day starts out with everyone rolling in around 8:30 except for a handful of sycophants who get here early and the boss who shows up about two hours late every single day (that's not an exaggeration) and when he shows up he might say something sarcastic about how people aren't working hard enough or are being too quiet. Really motivating stuff from a guy who can never make it to the office on time. Then the closed door meetings begin. Dozens of them. It's almost like a fetish here. It's hard to understand why a company this small needs to have so many meetings behind closed doors. Maybe that's part of the reason turnover here is so outrageous. Sometimes you get called into those closed door meetings and put on the spot about why you aren't doing enough. Office doors are always being closed in this place. So much secrecy. It's just a company that sends out two magazines and charges companies a lot to run ads in them. What do you need that many meetings for? In between the closed door meetings people in their cubicles are being kind of nasty to each other because the atmosphere is so oppressive and they're so miserable. It's almost like we forget to be grateful for having jobs and wish we might be treated with respect. It gets really petty here. You're given more to do than you signed up for or your responsibilities or incentives are always being given to someone else. The people who are put in authority positions over the people who actually produce have absolutely no professional training in managing people and only rose to their positions because they stayed later than other people with happier home lives. They've never had a single word published or sold so much as a pencil but there they are telling you how you're doing it wrong. These people hired to manage us are truly awful. The ones who don't want to go home at the end of the day are rewarded with promotions and those who actually like going home to their spouses are looked upon as deadbeats. Then there are the illiterate emails the boss sends around. Another way for him to show you that he doesn't have to follow the rules you have to follow. Like parking his car obnoxiously or pronouncing clients' names wrong or confabulating so much you can't trust what he says. He can do things you can't. It goes on and on and on. But at least they warn you about it up front. They make you listen to a recording of an old time radio play called the Blue Vase. It's about a kid who wants a job and the boss makes him do ridiculous and reckless stuff to prove how dedicated he is - like break laws, damage property, endanger people - just to prove he's worthy to work there. It's such a cult that at Christmas they hand out a trophy to the person who is the most blue vase. People don't understand before they get here. It's weird here. And then someone comes around to ask you to post something positive about the company on glassdoor which you can sort of understand because absolutely nobody would post a positive review about this place unless they were asked to.

    Doesn't Recommend
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