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30+ days ago

Data Warehouse ETL Developer

Solera Holdings, Inc. San Diego, CA

Candidates must have strong Oracle PL/SQL skills supporting data warehousing. Experience with ETL process using PL/SQL, and… Glassdoor


14 days ago

Data Warehouse Development Manager

Solera Holdings, Inc. San Diego, CA

AudaExplore is currently seeking a Data Warehouse Manager with hands-on experience managing a team of data warehouse and business intelligence… Glassdoor


28 days ago

Business System Analyst

Solera Holdings, Inc. San Diego, CA

•Function as the liaison between the business and development teams. •Validate requirements against both business and technical domains •Analyze… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

SW Developer/Engineer

Solera Holdings, Inc. San Diego, CA

Actively participate in the software design, development and implementation for Audatex Vehicle Data Systems. These software tools are the foundation… Glassdoor


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    You're boarding a sinking ship...

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  San Diego, CA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Diego, CA

    I have been working at Solera Holdings

    Pros

    Company has an entrenched position in the insurance industry which historically does very well in recessionary periods; in other words Solera is a "safe port in the storm". In general company is fairly flexible with work hours for its back-office employees. Benefits are average to sub-par.

    Cons

    Management in general does not value its employees nor does it make any real attempt to do so (sorry, "popcorn Wednesdays" doesn't cut it...) Bottom-line cost-cutting trumps any attempt at employee retention or growth. Strong emphasis is given continuously to the "company values" (typical six sigma) but the platitudes ring hollow when it's so obvious that the employee/employer relationship is a one-way street which has everything to do about the company hitting it's quarterly numbers and nothing to do about anything else (including your life/sanity).

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Assuming you're actually trying to add value, think more long-term than the next quarter. Realize that by investing in your primary assets, your employees, that you will not only hit your short-term goals but likely your long-term ones as well...

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