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30+ days ago

VP, Americas Defense

Liquid Robotics, Inc. Washington, DC

The VP, Americas Defense reports to the Executive Vice President of Sales and Business Development and has responsibility for managing and providing… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Director, Sentinel Solutions

Liquid Robotics, Inc. Sunnyvale, CA

• Translate customer, partner, internal, and market requirements into prioritized product requirements, for both the Liquid Robotics and partner… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Director, Partner Solutions

Liquid Robotics, Inc. Sunnyvale, CA

• Translate customer, partner, internal, and market requirements into prioritized product requirements, for both the Liquid Robotics and partner… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Director, Science & Development

Liquid Robotics, Inc. Washington, DC

Sales & Relationship Development – Deliver sales numbers for assigned customers. – Drive sales rhythm of the business to ensure ongoing high quality… Glassdoor


14 days ago

Mission Support Specialist

Liquid Robotics, Inc. Sunnyvale, CA

• Serve as Pilot-in-Charge for active missions. • Provide front-line support for incoming customer inquiries. • Support Field… Glassdoor


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    Poor leadership, Significant potential.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Sunnyvale, CA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Sunnyvale, CA

    I have been working at Liquid Robotics full-time

    Pros

    Pay is on par with industry standards. Free food at office. Flexible work schedule. Work life balance is good. Those veteran employees who are still around are quite competent. Actual products are on par with industry competition. Potential for significant product improvement but so far this is mostly unrealized.

    Cons

    Significant turnover across company at every level including recent loss of CEO. Average new employment is less than 1 year. Senior leadership does not care about employees well being, training, nor career advancement. There is a pervasive lack of understanding of the industry they are in as well as a severe disparity in the things they say they can do vs what they are actually doing. Backstabbing/politicking is the way of life. Ethics are non existent even in business practices. All hiring is external so internal advancement does not occur.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Train your employees. Communicate more to your direct reports and encourage transparency throughout the organization. Minimize the things you say you are doing to clients to avoid continually retracting statements. Develop ethics best practices.

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