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Network Forensic Investigator

Verizon San Francisco, CA

assigned to their role while successfully managing a variable case load. The candidate will be responsible for integrity in analysis… Verizon

9 days ago

Principal Client Partner - Cloud Solutions

Verizon San Francisco, CA

The Principal Client Partner will be among the most visible representatives of the Cloud Product and Organization globally. The employee will… Verizon

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    Company is most important, Employees are least....

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    Current Employee - Senior Sales Engineer in Walnut Creek, CA
    Current Employee - Senior Sales Engineer in Walnut Creek, CA

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    Disapproves of CEO


    - Benefits
    - On average - good salary
    - good people (mostly)
    - remote work


    - too many free riders
    - every year employees are being let go
    - constant reorgs around dec/jan timeframe

    Advice to Management

    There's so much wrong with this company, I don't know where to start. Focus on improving what is there - stop introducing new tools, processes and hiring more employees after firing a couple as a result of reorgs! Instead of having everyone turn a single screw, retain and re-tRain employees to understand and take responsibility for end-to-end processes and solutions. Fire the free riders and trust the employees more than do their jobs and which go above and beyond for the company! Recognize them! Praise them! President's Club is a joke... so are Sales quotas! Focus on hand-offs and current employee skills. Finally - take risks! Define the market instead of following it with a huge gap (not talking about Verizon Wireless....but everything else.....).

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