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9 days ago

SSIS Integration Developer

JLA King of Prussia, PA

Fortune 500 Firm is looking to hire several SQL SERVERSSIS Developers for Global Integration. bull Experience with SQL Server 20082012… Dice


9 days ago

SQL Server SSIS Developer

JLA King of Prussia, PA

Fortune 500 Firm is looking to hire several SQL SERVERSSIS Developers for Global Integration. bull Experience with SQL Server 20082012… Dice


9 days ago

Lead PHP Developer

JLA Hamilton, NJ

Research, design, and develop high-quality computer software systems. Analyze software requirements to determine feasibili… Dice


9 days ago

PeopleSoft Architect/Lead

JLA Philadelphia, PA

in Application Designer, PeopleCode, Application Engine, Component Interface, and SQR… Dice


9 days ago

Yardi Developers/Analysts/BAs/PMs

JLA Jersey City, NJ

solutions for the business. Yardi Voyager Report design and layout T-SQL… Dice


9 days ago

Systems Engineer

JLA King of Prussia, PA

Headquarters. bull Design, develop, test and document new server systems or enhancements to existing server systems bull Develop,… Dice


9 days ago

PeopleSoft Developer

JLA Philadelphia, PA

experience with PeopleSoft is required. Competence in Application Designer Dice


JLA Home Reviews

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Edmund Jin
6 Ratings
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    Good people, good growth, lacking management and change.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous  in  Fremont, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous in Fremont, CA

    I worked at JLA Home full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Company hires some great people, most of my coworkers we're awesome people and worked hard. Good sense of work/life balance. A lot of interesting projects that never got boring.

    Cons

    Poor management. Even management was not empowered to make any real changes because it was a very Chinese company. The top management does not like to be told the truth. A lot of family working in the office and family members bought onboard early on. Some are very good at their jobs but others are just soso and ends up hard to work with because they have to be treated delicately. CEO can be MIA frequently working on his other projects. Too much office politics.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Need to modernize the company and invest more back into infrastructure and people.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO