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Sapient President & CEO Alan J. Herrick
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    Former Employee - User Experience Designer in Arlington, VA
    Former Employee - User Experience Designer in Arlington, VA

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


    Good pay, so-so benefits, flexibility, ability to work from home or remotely with other offices, get to travel to other offices globally, smart and individually some nice people. Getting thrown in the deepens means you'll learn new things quickly that you might not have opportunity to learn elsewhere


    Poor communication: a lot of talkers and few listeners, projects tend to be highly segmented and waterfall where silos don't often talk with each other, documentation gets thrown over a wall.

    Staffing: it's a luxury to be staffed in something in your specialty, worse so if you're not a manager, there's a sense if you don't do this you can kiss the job goodbye, frequent layoffs

    Culture: hierarchical, elitist, and highly political, lack of transparency, and very process oriented, as in do things out way or else, terrible work-life balance, expected to travel last minute, at the drop of a hat, to anywhere because they say so, or again, lose the job

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    Treat people better, be transparent in staffing, ditch the top down management approach, and start listening to everyone.

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