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6 days ago

Talent Acquisition Specialist II

Experian Santiago

As a Talent Acquisition Partner you will partner with hiring managers and other leaders to understand business objectives, assess hiring needs… Experian

4 days ago

Accounting Accountant II

Experian Santiago

• Participate actively in month-end and year-end closing activities including preparation of journal entries, gathering information, producing… Experian

6 days ago

Accounts Payable Team Lead

Experian Santiago

As AP Lead at the SSC-Santiago you will be working closely with finance people in US, Finance Managers and Finance Directors giving a service of… Experian

8 days ago

Consumer Services Associate I

Experian Santiago

• Interpreting and analyzing consumers´ requests in order to determine appropriate action. • Maintain the integrity of the database by ensuring… Experian

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    Good, challenging work environment... but now going down

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    Current Employee - Software Developer Senior in Santiago (Chile)
    Current Employee - Software Developer Senior in Santiago (Chile)

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


    Good HR benefits, thirteenth salary, annual bonus (when company results are as good as expected), technical challenges at work are very common, diversity is respected, sometimes you can telecommute, mostly nice people.


    Management is not doing good about employee career development. Due to last year results were not as expected, there was no bonus this year. In addition, several positions were lost and workload is highly increased for the remaining employees. Morals are low right now.

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    Try to plan on a long term basis and not only for the current Fiscal Year or even for each Quarter! Also you have to start taking more seriously about your employees' development. How do you expect to reach your goals with reduced teams and low morals employees overwhelmed with heavy workload?

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