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    Bureaucratic Head Shop with Old Stale Technology

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    Current Employee - Vice President - Technology in Jersey City, NJ
    Current Employee - Vice President - Technology in Jersey City, NJ

    I have been working at Pershing full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    It is a job in NJ with a business casual dress code. You will get to see what bad management and poor leadership looks like and learn from that. Stocked pantry with free coffee to wake you from the boredom. You can make VP very easily if you are a QA tester or just tell your manager what he/she wants to hear.

    Cons

    Old stale technology that is no longer relevant being kept alive by managers with conflicts of interests. Staying at the company too long will make you unemployable in the IT industry due to proprietary technology stack. Managers stick around because of they are unemployable elsewhere so little opportunity for change and advancement. Raises are well below the rate of inflation that is if they are given at all. HR touts diversity but a former CEO dished out money to a bigot like Rick Santorum and other right wing candidates in the form political contributions.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Make decisions based on facts over opinions. Get rid of the silos, enable your employees to collaborate and streamline your processes. Have managers rated by the people they serve including subordinates. Hire new management in HR to shake things up and promote a more empowering corporate culture.

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