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30+ days ago

Data Architect Healthcare

Futurestep Inc Palo Alto, CA

Your career isnt motivated solely by success; its driven by a passion for advancement, and an aspiration to excel in every way. Stanford Hospital… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

IT Manager, Imaging Systems and Services

Futurestep Inc Palo Alto, CA

with in-depth hands-on technical expertise. The Manager is responsible for appropriate staffing, staff management, performance management and overall… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Clinical Systems Analyst, Laboratory LSI Systems

Futurestep Inc Palo Alto, CA

The Systems Analyst, Laboratory Systems and Services supports core functions of the hospitals laboratory systems to enable cost-effective, high… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Clinical Systems Analyst, EMR Portal - Ambulatory

Futurestep Inc Palo Alto, CA

The Clinical Systems Analyst for EMR Portal supports core functions of the organizations clinical and/or non-clinical applications systems to enable… CareerBuilder


22 days ago

Team Support Specialist –

Futurestep Santa Clara, CA

Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen, and Lowey, LLP, a leading global business immigration law firm is seeking a Team Support Specialist for their Santa… Futurestep


25 days ago

Data Analyst –

Futurestep Santa Clara, CA

Fragomen is looking for a Data Analyst to support their Santa Clara, CA office. The role will perform a variety of tasks related to collecting… Futurestep


25 days ago

Paralegal, Business Immigration

Futurestep Santa Clara, CA

A Fragomen career gives you the opportunity to work with a smart, motivated and diverse peer group. Our exclusive focus on immigration means you will… Futurestep


25 days ago

Desk Top/Applications Support Specialist –

Futurestep Santa Clara, CA

Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP is seeking a Desk Top/Applications Support Specialist for their Santa Clara, CA. office. This position will… Futurestep


22 days ago

Business Immigration Paralegal Supervisor

Futurestep Santa Clara, CA

•Prepare, file and monitor various immigration and nationality law issues; •Gather and track the receipt of information and documents from clients… Futurestep


4 days ago

Senior Program Manager

Futurestep San Jose, CA

As the business leader of a multi-functional (and cross-regional) team within a matrix organization, the Senior Program Manager is responsible for… Futurestep


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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Addison, TX
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Addison, TX

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

    Pros

    Great location in Addison, TX. Plenty of bars and restaurants. Employees are generally good people with the exception of a few snakes thrown in. Good benefits.

    Cons

    First of all, I am not what you call a disgruntled employee. I was not fired and left on my own terms. I found a better job paying way more than Futurestep would ever pay me. If you're looking for income based on experience and to be paid what you're worth then keep looking. The pay is low compared to other companies in the industry. This is also not Korn/Ferry which is very unfortunate. There are recruiters, recruiting coordinators, talent acquisition specialists, sourcing specialists and search associates. You work on projects as a team or independently. The management team is horrible. They will speak down to you and will be rude. They play favorites and talk behind employees backs and laugh at them in their offices. They are not available because their doors are always closed. If your a favorite brownnoser then you can get their time and spend hours behind closed doors with them. If you have questions then you just have to wait or find someone else to ask. This makes it difficult when a team lead has been fired and you have noone to go to and are constantly told to ask your pm. Certain employees will report back to management anything they say or hear just to get ahead. If I am working on a project I do not need another talent acquisition specialist bossing me around and trying to make me look bad so they can look good to management. I had employees talk down to me and be so aggressive that I no longer could deal with it. My ideas were stolen and believed to be theirs. This is not someone that you put in any kind of lead role. What's awful is that this employee wasn't even in a lead role or a management role. They just thought they were and management created a monster and continues to let them act like a monster. I got tired of never getting any recognition or attention for any of my hard work. Too much moving around from project to project and being treated like dirt by other employees that wanted to get ahead at the expense of others. The environment is no better than kindergarten. I was able to move into a better situation and be appreciated while earning great money which I deserve. I have an actual job that is drama free and work with people that want to help and see me succeed and not fail. I wish I had learned more at Futurestep but it is a time that I regret spending

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    Think about how you look to everyone else. Lead by example and treat all employees as equal. Do not allow a few people to poison a work experience for all the rest. If Futurestep was a great place to work then why do people keep leaving. Good people like myself have left because of all the same issues. Offer better opportunities to advance or let employees grow in the company. Aggresive demanding and bossy people have no place acting as management when they're not. Employees don't respect these types of people and it causes bad feelings. Give your employees attention and talk to them and not at them.

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