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25 days ago

Head of Recruitment for TW North America

ThoughtWorks Chicago, IL

This role drives the strategic vision for our recruiting function and the breakthroughs needed to hire at a pace that meets our growing business… ThoughtWorks

30 days ago

Lead Software Test Engineer

ThoughtWorks Chicago, IL

As a Quality Assurance Analyst heres what you can do at ThoughtWorks:Be the glue that holds projects togetherWork with different customers as part of… ThoughtWorks

30+ days ago

Principal Engineer/Architect

ThoughtWorks Chicago, IL

As a Principal Engineer, here's what we'll be looking for you to bring: ยท Software craftmanship. Even if your recent roles have taken you away from… ThoughtWorks

30+ days ago

Technical Recruiter

ThoughtWorks Chicago, IL

are essentially Unicorn hunters. As a Senior Technical Recruiter, here's what… ThoughtWorks

30+ days ago

Technical Sourcer

ThoughtWorks Chicago, IL

may include:Design web searches that unearth the most valuable new data sources, and then to develop techniques for filtering and analyzing that… ThoughtWorks

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    Inconsistent across countries

    • Comp & Benefits
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    • Senior Management
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    Current Employee - Lead Consultant in Chicago, IL
    Current Employee - Lead Consultant in Chicago, IL

    I have been working at ThoughtWorks full-time (more than 3 years)


    Good place for unexperienced people
    Some good people still in the company


    Consultants are at the mercy of sales and management. Recently a large amount of experienced consultants have been leaving the company due to the way the company is managed, which reflects on the quality of projects being sold and how they are run.

    Travel can be very tiresome and in many cases it's arbitrary.

    Experience in different offices vary wildly. I've found that the USA is the most problematic country to work at, due to the politics, and sheer management immaturity.

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    Make yourselves liable and receive direct feedback from the consultants

    Doesn't Recommend
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