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26 days ago

Alliance Partner Account Manager Req

NetSuite Denver, CO +3 locations

At NetSuite we work hard and we work smart. We hire fierce competitors. We hire… NetSuite


29 days ago

Technical Account ManagerReq

NetSuite San Mateo, CA

At NetSuite we work hard and we work smart. We hire fierce competitors. We hire individuals that are fearless trail… NetSuite


12 days ago

Account ManagerCorporateReq

NetSuite Singapore

At NetSuite we work hard and we work smart. We hire fierce competitors. We hire individuals that are fearless trail blazers. NetSuite employees take… NetSuite


17 days ago

Midmarket Account ExecutiveReq

NetSuite Maidenhead, England

At NetSuite we work hard and we work smart. We hire fierce competitors. We hire individuals that are fearless trail blazers. NetSuite employees take… NetSuite


19 days ago

Account Executive IIISocial ImpactReq

NetSuite New York, NY +2 locations

At NetSuite we work hard and we work smart. We hire fierce competitors. We hire individuals that… NetSuite


4 days ago

Account Executive IIMMReq

NetSuite Remote, OR

At NetSuite we work hard and we work smart. We hire fierce competitors. We hire individuals that are fearless trail blazers. NetSuite employees take… NetSuite


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NetSuite President, CEO, and Director Zach Nelson
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    Non existent culture, managers who do not care about development and have ineffective communication skills.

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Anonymous
    Current Employee - Anonymous

    I have been working at NetSuite

    Pros

    Competitive compensation package
    Growing company - on its way to be $1B company

    Cons

    One of the worst job experiences I have had in the past 10 years. Middle management do not know how to manage and just want worker bees to churn out work versus striving for development and growth.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Have your managers take some serious leadership training. People leave jobs because of bad managers not bad companies.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    No opinion of CEO