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14 days ago

Client Relationship Manager

Experian New York, NY

Experian Marketing Services empowers marketers to seamlessly execute timely and coordinated marketing interactions through a single channel or across… Experian


29 days ago

SALES \ ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE Northeast virtual

Experian New York, NY

The Sales/ Account Executive will have sales and account management responsibility for top commercial lending financial institutions. You will be… Experian


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    Like a bad Saturday night live skit

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    Current Employee - Senior Director  in  New York, NY
    Current Employee - Senior Director in New York, NY

    I have been working at Experian full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Benefits, work from home, Some people who really care, get in with the right crowd and you can climb the ladder quickly, great place to learn various skill and gain global experience.

    Cons

    1st and foremost, company makes most major decisions based on what they think it will do to the stock, unless it makes the stock price go up, we aren't doing it. Some decisions aren't logical. Constantly cutting headcount to hit EBIT targets, too much decision by committee, the Matrix is not working, lots of finger pointing at the senior leadership level, total old boys club unless you are in your 30's and wear short skirts and shirts that show off you cleavage...well then you get noticed

    Lots of off-shoring of technical roles, minimal investment in products, they expect to make 40% margins but only invest 2-3% total revenue back into product, hence the decisions based on stock impact.

    If you progress on the ladder quickly don't expect your compensation to go up equally you will fall behind and they will make terrible excuses about why they can't catch you up

    They tollerate bad behavior from senior leaders, they keep poor performers around way too long, becomes detrimental to the business. Especially leaders who are poor performers.

    CEO never makes an attempt to connect with the people.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Take a hit on the stock price and invest in the company, if you don't you won't have much in a few years. Sell Marketing Services already, its a dog.

    Doesn't Recommend
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