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30+ days ago

Senior Software Engineer

Polycom, Inc. Westminster, CO

• Provide new product development, cross-product integration, and custom client solutions… Polycom, Inc.

30+ days ago

UI Developer Services Engineering

Polycom, Inc. Westminster, CO

UI Developer operates effectively as a member of the development team. Also operates effectively as an individual for… Polycom, Inc.

30+ days ago

Sr. Big Data Engineer

Polycom, Inc. Westminster, CO

Design and build scalable data infrastructure including storage, analytics and reporting Work with large data sets of unstructured and structured… Polycom, Inc.

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Polycom President and CEO Peter A. Leav
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    I have been working at Polycom full-time (More than 10 years)


    With recent pushes to save money on facilities, the company encourages employees to work from home.


    Pretty much everything. Lack of vision, dedication, and cohesion from the executive team. Management team which is basically un-empowered. Front line employees who are overworked, underpaid, and continually asked to keep doing more with less (the executives keep asking this over and over from the org with each round of layoffs over the past 6 years. They don't seem to understand that maybe *their* lack of strategy and acumen is what is causing the problem, especially since it is an easier short term solution for them to continually do layoffs). HR is a joke and are the worse advocates for the workforce I have ever seen, including being passive aggressive, letting the company exploit employees, trolling these boards to plant fake reviews / offer defensive explanations of our failings, etc.

    Advice to Management

    Take a good look at yourselves and ask if you're really that much smarter/better/harder working/etc. than the rest of the work force that you feel entitled to higher than average compensation while exhibiting less than average leadership skills.

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