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I have been working at Insurance Services Office full-time for more than 5 yearsPros
ISO/Verisk could be an exciting, dynamic place to work if employees weren't paid peanuts and put in silos. In the right hands, this business has lots of potential for continued profitability and opportunities to learn, if employee retention and development were taken seriously.Cons
ISO was rarely an exciting place to work and never allowed the rank-and-file employees to monetarily enjoy its successes, but it was always stable and the environment was collegial.
Now, there's little that is redeeming about the place. Rumors fly about staff reductions and ISO being sold. High turnover. Low-level supervisors under constant stress. It's only a matter of time before they get rid of the decent health plan. New upper management is making us feel like we've done nothing right the last few years and the staff is now being burdened to do a whole lot more with less, and we never get any recognition (in terms of compensation or otherwise). There's no incentive to continue jogging on their hamster wheel when you're underpaid to start with and you get a 2% merit raise and a 2% promotion raise.
Senior management talks a good game, but the employees are so obviously an inconvenience. Management style and big-picture goals seem to vary month to month. They don't know or care about the revolving door at the staff level or the middle ranks wising up and jumping ship.Advice to ManagementAdvice
In attempting to grow the business and keep it relevant, solicit and rely on the opinions and expertise of the people who have been here for a while and have helped get us this far. Change for change's sake is not always good. Set realistic goals. Take better care of the employees who have made this business so great. All it takes is an honest compensation analysis and an honest look at all the benefits taken away that were not replaced with anything as much as telecommuting. Survey the staff and see what the morale is. This is an intellectual business. Start caring about the sustaining the brain power within that makes it run.Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookDisapproves of CEO