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Jack Henry & Associates CEO and Director Jack Prim
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    Great place to work if you are not expecting top management

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    Current Employee - QA Analyst in San Diego, CA
    Current Employee - QA Analyst in San Diego, CA

    I have been working at Jack Henry & Associates full-time (more than 8 years)


    Good benefits (used to be a lot better), flexible work day (you like to start later in the day, go for it), fun atmosphere (monthly activities, taco Tuesday, lots of benefit drives, craft fairs, Halloween is the best) if you are not remote, and a brilliant workforce (some of the smartest people I have ever met). Every 2 years one can apply for a different opportunity in the company. If you are a person that gets bored with your job over time, this is a great place to work.


    The trend the last few years seems to be hiring in Managers without a lot of technical savvy. Since we have a highly technical product, it is very frustrating to get management buy-in for suggestions when they don't even understand what you are talking about. Changing things from a sub-management position is a ponderous process, though management loves to switch up things constantly. Would not be a con if they knew what they were doing.

    Wages - do not keep in step with the market if you have been there any length of time. People get hired in near the market rate, while senior employees rarely get rewarded. Result, you have to quit to get your market value.

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    There seems to be no accountability for Managers. The waste happening due to Managers changing direction constantly prevents employees from becoming proficient at anything. Hire managers that actually have experience in the product they are managing so they can understand their employees needs. Everyone wants to be the best they can be, but without management support, it is not happening.

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