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9 days ago

Internal Audit and GRC/SOX Intern

IHS Englewood, CO

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2 days ago

Technical Manager – new

IHS Southfield, MI

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24 days ago

Sr. HRIS Analyst

IHS Englewood, CO

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30+ days ago

Sales Leader, Commercial Truck

IHS Southfield, MI

• Implements goals and objectives in alignment with IHS Global Automotive short and long term plans. • Articulates and implements global sales… IHS


24 days ago

Senior Analyst

IHS Houston, TX

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24 days ago

Senior Account Manager

IHS Houston, TX +2 locations

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29 days ago

Senior Principal Analyst Engineering Plastics

IHS Houston, TX

*Provide an unbiased view of the past, present, and future for the major polymer markets covered, to include supply, demand and pricing. *Market IHS… IHS


30+ days ago

Principal Sales Executive, Energy Insight, Business Services - EPC

IHS Houston, TX

The Principal Sales Executives main responsibility is maximizing profitable company sales revenue… IHS


24 days ago

Principal Sales Executive

IHS Houston, TX +2 locations

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    Great entry level career opportunity. Interesting work and great culture. Misc. drawbacks left much to be desired.

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Analyst in Houston, TX
    Current Employee - Analyst in Houston, TX

    I have been working at IHS full-time (more than a year)

    Pros

    Opportunity to learn a lot. Relaxed office culture and good work-life balance. Great entry level job. Access to IHS content and products from other teams/areas allows for very unique learning opportunities if one has the motivation to pursue them individually. The work can be very engaging and rewarding.

    Cons

    Geographically dispersed teams can cause communication difficulties. Lack of communication with senior leadership can lead to sub-optimal synergies and confusion. There seems to be a focus on acquisitions, although integration/follow through is less than ideal. There are not very many opportunities for career advancement, especially at lower levels. This coupled with everything else has led to a seemingly above average turnover ration.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Focus on team cohesion and make the extra effort to keep employees informed and engaged. Recognize existing talent and consider placing an emphasis on retaining employees.

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