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Quality Assurance Intern

Markit Boulder, CO

Markit On Demand is seeking a Quality Assurance Intern to join our 2015 global internship team. The Markit On Demand Quality Assurance Team's mission… Dice

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    Going downhill slowly in Boulder

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    Former Employee - Web Developer in Boulder, CO
    Former Employee - Web Developer in Boulder, CO

    I worked at Markit full-time (more than an year)


    The Boulder location got lots of food trucks; mostly reasonable schedule unless a project was on fire; cool side clubs (homebrewers, games, womens forum, etc); the super smart people totally prop up the capabilities; overall everyone is extremely nice and motivated; easy access to Boulder Creek Trail; health benefits etc are very good; reasonable allotment of PTO; working remote was never a hassle.


    Absolutely HORRID salaries: the Engineering teams are underpaid by 30-50% for this area; corporate oversight tightening like a noose around everything; glut in middle management – just because someone has tech skills and earns a Senior title, that does NOT make them an effective manager; huge amount of systems that are rarely enforced; projects are sometimes a gigantic mess that takes days to even understand, let alone work on; some of the "perks" such as subsidized gym memberships seem to be put out there very ad-hoc and are poorly administered; company "transparency" in townhall meetings is often backpedaled after the fact; job descriptions are VERY rigid, if you don't conform to the definitions, you will never move up the ranks or see much beyond a paltry 3% jump in compensation.

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    Quit promoting people to middle-manager roles who have no direct management experience. Stop making promises you can't keep. If the Boulder office is to survive, investments need to be made in technology (many environments stopped working and it was a big to-do to get just a few more production boxes which is a drop in the bucket for such a large company).

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