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Associate Consultant, EAM

Infor Global Greenville, SC

Infor is the third largest provider of enterprise applications and services, helping 70,000 customers in 194 countries improve operations, drive… Infor Global


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    You will forever be chained by the salary you were hired at

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    Current Employee - Software Engineer in Greenville, SC
    Current Employee - Software Engineer in Greenville, SC

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

    Pros

    You can do whatever you want, and nobody cares. I don't know if this is actually a pro as many of use would like to feel like we are making some sort of contribution during our lifetime in our careers instead of simply sliding by doing absolutely nothing.

    Cons

    Same as above, nobody cares. Due to a completely broken down merit system, whatever position you were hired as will also impede you ability to make a decent salary since raises are a joke and non-existent. Most years management will completely skip the review process. Maybe Infor will eventually realize this since it's most peoples strategy to leave and then come back to be rehired and paid at a reasonable level.

    Senior management seems to have no idea what is going on below them. I have worked on projects where I have heard senior management, including the CEO Charles Philips, make claims about what the application can do, when in actuality those claims are completely false. Either they are being fed misinformation or they choose to be delusional. You're also lying to your customers. This is bad.

    Absolutely incompetent workers are allowed to continue working and are often praised by management when all they do is simply pretend they are hard workers. This goes back to the review process. If people who do nearly nothing except talk like they contribute are praised so much, what is the incentive to work hard?

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    There's a reason you're referred to as "the largest startup" since you can't quite figure out how to actually get going. Stop being delusional and learn what you current products are capable of and come up with a decent plan forward instead of living in your own pipe dream.

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