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30+ days ago

Research Associate

CoStar Group, Inc. Columbia, MD

As a Research Associate with CoStar, you’ll be at the heart of the $11 trillion commercial real estate industry, capturing market-critical… CoStar Group, Inc.

30+ days ago

Benefits Analyst

CoStar Group, Inc. Washington, DC

We are currently in search of a Benefits Analyst to join our growing team at our state-of-the-art headquarters in Washington, DC. The Benefits… CoStar Group, Inc.

30+ days ago

IT Systems Engineer with Scripting Experience

CoStar Group, Inc. Washington, DC

• Sustain operations of all data centers, servers, storage, COTS applications and tools • Deploy new servers and applications to support new web… CoStar Group, Inc.

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CoStar Group President, CEO, and Director Andrew C. Florance
Andrew C. Florance
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    Napoleon complex, be prepared to be stabbed in the back daily/weekly, culture of fear

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    Former Employee - Somewhere In the Middle of the Pack in Baltimore, MD
    Former Employee - Somewhere In the Middle of the Pack in Baltimore, MD
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    Salary - my base salary was in the mid 80's and with bonus it was close to 100K. I started out with a lower salary, but was promoted a few times over almost 3 years. Decent benefits as well.


    When I accepted a promotion to a management position, I knew my days were numbered. Everyone who had been in the same type of position typically lasted about a year at most, and when the VP I was hired by was canned, my time was up soon enough. I had 4 different managers in 2.5 years. All of them were fired. The company continually raises the bar in research and sales so that few receive their bonuses or hit plan. The plans are designed that way. There is a strong culture of fear. Everyone is afraid to say anything for fear of Andy's disapproval. Additionally, the company (upper management) does not seem to care about their customer base in the slightest and seems more interested in who they can take out a lawsuit against and bully around.

    Advice to Management

    Andy is afraid to let people actually do their jobs. He wants to micromanage everything. He seems to find reasons to cut the intelligent people who could actually contribute and make things better, and surrounds himself with henchmen who are willing to say yes to everything he says/does even if there are better ways of doing things. Andy is very bright, but he has to learn to trust his employees.

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