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30+ days ago

Technical Support Representative - PT

PlumChoice Lowell, MA +2 locations

At PlumChoice, our mission is to build lifelong relationships with not only our business partners, but also our most valuable asset our present and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

IT Project Engineer

PlumChoice Boston, MA

The IT Project Engineer is responsible for the implementation of a variety of IT related projects. This position is a multi-faceted and dynamic… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Desktop Helpdesk Technician- L1 Engineer

PlumChoice Broomfield, CO

The L1 Desktop Helpdesk Technician is an onsite position that works for Everon direct clients remotely, and is on the front line of contact with our… Glassdoor

10 days ago

Server Helpdesk Tech II

PlumChoice Broomfield, CO

We like to have fun while we work hard. Along with a competitive benefits package, our employees enjoy things like: -Beer-thirty on Fridays -A… Glassdoor

10 days ago

Workforce Management Analyst

PlumChoice Lowell, MA

including; mid-range / long term planning for multi-site, 24/7 environments, performance analysis, management support, and relationship… Glassdoor

8 days ago

Technical Analyst/Account Manager

PlumChoice Boston, MA

Overall Responsibility: The client services department is expected to provide accountability and guidance to Everons team and clients. The Technical… Glassdoor

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Robert P. Badavas
20 Ratings

    Senior leadership confused, lack of and constantly changing Strategy

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    I worked at PlumChoice full-time (more than 3 years)


    Some very smart people, unfortunately many were pushed out or left in 2013 & 2014 because of the nonsense going on with senior strategy leadership.


    You have to be a 'yes-man' if you are in senior roles. If you have an opinion that differs and you want to contribute, don't expect it to be well received (or listened to). If you are fine with just doing what you are told, even if you have mid-senior level career experience, then you might survive here. Independent thinkers who challenge marketing/business/company strategy are not going to do well here. Company strategy went from support, to software, back to support and then company doesn't have clear goals that match their core competences.

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    Define a clear strategy and stick to it. Most of the chaos and subservience corporate culture came into play in the organization in mid-2013. Listen to the folks that actually are out there listening to the market and the customers.

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