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2 days ago

Business Applications Project Manager – new

Vivo Inc. Mountain View, CA

Project manage business application integration activities. Ensure project schedule, budget, and resources are aligned. Prepare estimated work… Dice


14 days ago

Change Management Coordinator

Vivo Inc. Mountain View, CA

Creating ensuring a change ticket is created. Coordinates the appropriate approvers are associated with the change ticket. Attends all required CAB… Dice


17 days ago

Senior .NET Developer

Vivo Inc. Santa Clara, CA

Participate in hands on development Act as manager to a small team of .NET developers Identify business requirements by establishing personal rapport… Dice


22 days ago

UI Developer backbone js

Vivo Inc. San Jose, CA

Write clean and reusable code using the latest front-end technologies for a SaaS application Collaborate with team of talented designer and other… Dice


22 days ago

Senior Backend Engineer

Vivo Inc. San Jose, CA

Develop key back end components for a SaaS application Develop REST APIs Agile-based development and TDD (test-driven development) Requirements BS in… Dice


4 days ago

Senior/Lead Site Reliability Engineer

Vivo Incorporated Santa Clara, CA

* Experience working in a devops capacity, with strong SaaS background. * Experience with scripting (python, Perl, PHP, ruby, java) * Strong… jobsradar.com


10 days ago

Change Management Coordinator

Vivo Incorporated Mountain View, CA

Change Management… jobsradar.com


28 days ago

Itil Project Manager

Vivo Incorporated Mountain View, CA

ITIL PROJECT… jobsradar.com


18 days ago

Ui Developer

Vivo Incorporated San Jose, CA

UI… jobsradar.com


5 days ago

Senior Business Analyst

Vivo Incorporated Milpitas, CA

This is a six-month contract (minimum), with a strong possibility of extension or conversion. Requirements * BS or BA degree * MBA preferred * Big… jobsradar.com


Vivo (CA) Reviews

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Marilyn Weinstein
7 Ratings
  • A seemingly great opportunity that turned in to a nightmare…

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    Former Employee - Brand/Marketing in Pleasanton, CA
    Former Employee - Brand/Marketing in Pleasanton, CA
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook

    I worked at Vivo (CA) full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Most of the employees are very helpful and polite. Benefits are pretty good.

    Cons

    Unfortunately I don't like giving bad reviews but I think this warranted one because the other reviews don't go much in detail. - Very very bad communication - Terrible training (I basically trained myself) - Very Disorganized - Just overall unprofessional The CEO Marilyn is impossible to get along with. I am honestly convinced she likes firing people. Senior management (if you want to call them that) and the CEO Marilyn, were on completely different pages. I would get instructions from my manager and then Marilyn would give me completely opposite instructions.... seriously? Unfortunately this is a case were the entire company literally revolves around the CEO and she is very hard to get along with and from my experience, very combative, hard to please, extremely impatient, and oddly cliquey with other women in the office. She is the perfect example of what a Boss is NOT a Leader. A leader inspires, coaches, and generates enthusiasm. The CEO Marilyn inspires fear in the office, depends on authority, and likes to places blame on people. This harbors an extremely toxic atmosphere where some employees fear for their job on a daily basis. There is super high turn over. If your hired don't expect to be there very long and build a career. Even the CEO will tell you this.

    Advice to Management

    Figure out what you really want from your Branding and Marketing role. Stop wasting people’s time by hiring and firing like its musical chairs. Invest in those people you hire. Adopt a project management system and give better, more clear instructions. Set clear expectations, detailed job responsibilities and for god sake stop sending combative e-mails that CC other employees when you disagree with something (are we in middle school?). Stop playing favorites and hiring people who are friends and treating people differently in the office. Pay attention to these reviews. There is a reason why you guys keep getting bad reviews.


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