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DTS Chairman & CEO Jon E. Kirchner
Jon E. Kirchner
13 Ratings

    excessive overhead, sluggish process, low productivity...

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    Former Employee - Senior Software Developer
    Former Employee - Senior Software Developer

    I worked at DTS full-time (more than an year)


    Nice facility, decent compensation package (Employee Stock Purchase Plan, 401K, health insurance...)


    Small company, but operates like a very large one (excessive overhead, sluggish process, low productivity...). Market is small and competitive. More than 10 years after going public, the stock price is still in the IPO territory. Some senior managers occupy critical positions without proven management records (insufficient domain knowledge, poor people skills…). They often fail to value subordinates' potential, do understand projects' scopes and necessary resources. High turnover rate. A few can leave with dignity.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Establish a more objective review process. Not only count the number of projects accomplished, but also look into the significance of each project and the amount of resources consumed. Minimize cost cutting if it reduces employee morale.

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