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Sr Software Engr - ES01P4

Neustar, Inc. Sterling, VA

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Neustar President and CEO Lisa A. Hook
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    Rome is falling

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    Current Employee - Anonymous in Sterling, VA
    Current Employee - Anonymous in Sterling, VA

    I have been working at Neustar full-time (more than 8 years)


    Benefits are incredible. I get to work with some amazing and talented people.


    Too much politics and red tape. Many leaders should be removed or put into roles that better suit their actual talents. This company used to be fantastic but then really started heading downhill with the changing of the guard (CEO). Layoffs are constant and the tenured talent has been leaving in droves. Not much talent left. Constantly hearing that all the talent is on the West Coast is SO inspiring and positive (sarcasm). The maturity of upper management is like watching kids fight on the playground. People are humiliated in front of others. The higher up the leader is, the closer to fitting the description of sociopath they are. Honest hard work is not recognized or rewarded and is often taken from the person who actually did the work and used by a bigger title for recognition. HR department constantly turning a blind eye to the hostile work environment that the employees must endure. Very little opportunity for growth, unless you kiss butt and play the game.

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    Get rid of all the toxic politics and the people that circulate that behavior. Make people accountable. Get real HR staff to help clean house but also support staff as they should. Perhaps an exorcist needs to be brought in to remove all the evil demons who take pleasure in ruling by fear and humiliation. Culture is forced not cultivated.

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