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9 days ago

Senior Quality Assurance Engineer

Nuance Pune

• Define and drive the Quality strategy for the group. Build up manage and scale the QA Team to match growing developers base. • Lead test… Nuance

27 days ago

Senior Development Engineer (Release)

Nuance Pune

Nuance is seeking a Senior Build and Release Engineer to join our Engineering Operations team. Configuration Management (CM) in Nuance is a highly… Nuance

30+ days ago

Senior Product Manager

Nuance Seattle, WA

Need a senior product manager who can help the TextIO business successfully navigate the changing software licensing market and be a tactical and… Nuance

30+ days ago

Senior Principal Product Manager

Nuance Burlington, MA

• Identify and size new markets adjacent to Dragon Naturally Speaking value propositions and related technologies • Collaborate with… Nuance

8 days ago

Principal Software Engineer CQM

Nuance Pune

The Principal Software Engineer will be responsible for design, development, and maintenance of the Quality applications. This position will require… Nuance

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    The Worst Job I've Ever Had

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    Former Employee - Software Engineer
    Former Employee - Software Engineer

    I worked at Nuance


    Nothing except the joy of quitting and getting a good job at another company full of people who like their work.


    Bad company culture with many miserable employees. Most of the good employees have quit, leaving a lot of inept people who don't care about their work. Total lack of respect for employees. The company is becoming more and more irrelevant as time goes on. Lack of professionalism. Department heads that bicker and fight during meetings. A terrible CEO (seriously, Google Paul Ricci). Ever declining stock price. Low pay. A culture of acquisition rather than innovation. Unethical business practices. Broken, over engineered software products. A commitment to outdated technology that is behind the times. No leadership or vision. Management responds to the need for change and innovation as if it is an attack or criticism of their not having built a company and set of products that will be perfect forever; they always seem to be in defense mode, even when someone simply makes a suggestion for a product improvement.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Treat your employees like human beings, communicate your goals, don't run away from change.

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