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30+ days ago

Data Input & Retrieval Specialist - CT1

IHS Hill Air Force Base, UT

IHS (NYSE: IHS) is the leading source of information and insight in pivotal areas that shape todays business landscape: energy, economics… IHS


30+ days ago

Director, US Macroeconomics

IHS Lexington, MA

IHS (NYSE: IHS) is the leading source of information and insight in pivotal areas that shape todays business landscape: energy, economics… IHS


15 days ago

Analyst, Media

IHS Santa Clara, CA

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22 days ago

Principal Economist Upstream

IHS Houston, TX

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22 days ago

Research Analyst II

IHS Santa Clara, CA +2 locations

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22 days ago

Account Executive

IHS Long Beach, CA

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22 days ago

Payroll Administrator

IHS Englewood, CO

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22 days ago

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Scott Key
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  • 5 people found this helpful

    Wasted two years of my career...

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Senior Manager in Englewood, CO
    Former Employee - Senior Manager in Englewood, CO

    I worked at IHS full-time (more than a year)

    Pros

    - Senior leadership has a vision, but it doesn't translate to individual worker's contributions easily
    - Global company
    - Employees are highly intelligent

    Cons

    - No opportunity to develop new skills - hired on at your current skill level and you leave with the same skill level
    - Directors and VP have no leadership skills - "do what I say" mentality
    - Employee engagement is all lip service - no real actionable items and no changes regardless of engagement results
    - No work/life balance - 60-70 weeks are the norm, and when world sales conference comes around in Q4, 7 day 80-100 hour weeks are the norm for the three months of planning and implementation
    - Teams and team members are regularly pitted against each other for resources, projects and recognition

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    - Listen to your employees when they express concerns during the employee engagement surveys and offer up real solutions.
    - Throwing money at a problem doesn't always work.
    - Layoffs are not the best way to control expenses and cut costs

    Doesn't Recommend
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