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20 days ago

Executive Program Manager

NCR Duluth, GA

. Tracks and reports team hours and expenses on a weekly basis. Manages project budget. Determines appropriate… Ivy Exec

20 days ago

Manager Global Compensation Programs

NCR Duluth, GA

Responsible for oversight, administration, training and communication of global compensation tools and processes. Serve as liaison between Regional… Ivy Exec

20 days ago

Senior Product Manager

NCR Duluth, GA

This position is for a experienced product manager with a proven track record of driving results. You must possess a unique blend of business and a… Ivy Exec

14 days ago

Product Manager

NCR Alpharetta, GA

NCR is headquartered in Duluth, Georgia with over 26,000 employees and does business in 180 countries. NCR is a trademark of NCR Corporation in the…

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    Worst Company - Do not work there ! Toxic leadership

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    Current Employee - Director Level  in  Duluth, GA
    Current Employee - Director Level in Duluth, GA

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    Toxic culture based around sweatshop mentality. Management expects 24x7; Lots of intra-dept fighting and positioning; NCR focuses too much on planning (SLRP) and not enough on culture. They pride themselves on 70 slides ppt around planning in a mature/declining industry. All the good employees who are not NCR-long terms left after 2 yrs. If you want to work for a company with culture from the 70s and in a dying industry, then NCR is for you !

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    Hire sr managers who can change the culture; offer work-life balance and mean it. Leadership must change.

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