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DayNine Consulting Co-Founder, President and CEO Tim Ramos
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    Company Formerly Full of Great People Mismanaged

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    Former Employee - Associate Consultant
    Former Employee - Associate Consultant

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

    Pros

    When I started with D9 in 2013, it was a company full of talented people hoping to expand. There are several people you can learn a lot from, and most people were very friendly and willing to help.

    Cons

    The company touts transparency, while doing everything behind employee's back. No one in management knows how to stand up to clients, even when they are completely in the wrong, and would rather let their employees suffer because of it with late nights and weekends. In fact, I was told by project leads that late nights WERE the expectation. There is little work-life balance while working with D9. Employees are always drowning in work and no one is ever willing to bring in additional resources to get relief from nights up past midnight. Beware of criticizing the company, I've heard the same story from many employees, while receiving great reviews during the performance reviews the tables were quickly turned when they gave the company negative feedback and suddenly their performance was called into question. Also, depending on the hub you're in you may be expected to work in-office every day you aren't traveling.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Realize the increased turnover in the last year was completely avoidable. Employees are overworked, underpaid, and generally unhappy in an industry that is paying a premium for people with Workday experience. Don't ask for employee feedback if you don't want honest transparent feedback. And certainly don't turn legitimate complaints against employees that work hard for you and force them out.

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