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6 days ago

Senior Software Engineer (Enterprise)

SugarCRM Cupertino, CA

If you are an innovative and passionate engineer, our development team is the place for you. You will have a chance… SugarCRM

24 days ago

Senior Sales Engineer

SugarCRM New York, NY

The Sales Engineer will work closely with the sales organization and will be tied to the success of a… SugarCRM

28 days ago

Internal Applications Developer

SugarCRM Cupertino, CA

The SugarCRM Internal Applications team is looking for a top notch, hands-on-technical PHP developer to contribute… SugarCRM

4 days ago

Director, Software Engineering

SugarCRM Cupertino, CA

We are looking for a seasoned Director of Software Engineering who will lead top-knotch distributed development teams… SugarCRM

6 days ago

Senior Business Analyst

SugarCRM Cupertino, CA

At Sugar, the Professional Services team is helping Sugar’s rapidly increasing customer base with identifying and… SugarCRM

6 days ago

Project Manager

SugarCRM Cupertino, CA

At Sugar, the Professional Services team is helping Sugar’s rapidly increasing customer base with identifying and… SugarCRM

13 days ago

Partner Developer Liaison

SugarCRM Cupertino, CA

Sugar is positioned to fully unleash the promise of CRM with our innovative CRM system designed for every individual who engages with customers… SugarCRM

6 days ago

Sales Development Representative

SugarCRM Cupertino, CA +4 locations

SugarCRM is looking for a talented, energetic and driven individual to join our Sales team as Sales Development… SugarCRM

20 days ago

Regional Sales Director

SugarCRM New York, NY

SugarCRM is seeking an experienced Regional Sales Director to help grow our customer base in North… SugarCRM

15 days ago

Software Quality Assurance Engineer (Mobile)

SugarCRM Cupertino, CA

We have an immediate opening for a Software QA Engineer. We are seeking a self-motivated individual who is passionate… SugarCRM

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SugarCRM CEO Larry M. Augustin
Larry M. Augustin
51 Ratings

    Sugar is not as sweet as it used to be

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    Former Employee - Sales Representative  in  Cupertino, CA
    Former Employee - Sales Representative in Cupertino, CA

    I worked at SugarCRM full-time for more than 3 years


    Sugar tries very hard to take good care of their employees. The HR department does a great job in recognizing people and doing fun events. The work environment, overall, is very nice. Some spaces are overly crowded, and others are a bit more spread out, but overall nicely done. Facilities works with you to make sure you have what you need to be comfortable, from ergonomic consulting to automatic sit/stand desks. They provide lots of food and drinks in the kitchens.

    So, all in all, Sugar provides a good experience for the employee - from the personnel side.


    Where Sugar really struggles, is with the ever-changing leadership layer -- to the focused direction of the company.

    The leadership level is like a revolving door. Now, there were some folks that left that was probably a good idea, and others that left - it was a huge loss. I know people move on and find new opportunities, but I feel many were driven out unnecessarily.

    The work-life balance is also a struggle as certain people have an expectation that you should be 'on-line' 20 hours a day. Now, it's always a personal choice to be on-line or not - but when you feel like you will be called-out or reprimanded, it makes it hard. It would have been nice to go on vacation, and not have to check my email (and respond) 4-5 times a day.

    The last area is lack of focus. The company has gotten better, but it's still needs to work on focusing on a direction and seeing it through. The constant change can get very tiring and results in frustration.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    1) Continue doing what you're doing in HR. It's working. The onboarding, the events, the individual attention.
    2) Focus on hiring the right leadership, learn from the past, and work hard to retain the good ones. They are hard to find.
    3) Promote people taking vacations and not having to work. That's why they call it a vacation. It's hard to recharge, when your never able to unplug. You will have a much more productive employee when they return!
    4) Everyone understands that things change. It's normal. But try to keep the constant change to a minimum.

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