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25 days ago

Sr. Manager- IT Design & Security

Yum! Brands Louisville, KY

Lead the design and development of KFC's infrastructure to meet the security, capacity, availability, and demand needs of KFC restaurant, above… TheJobNetwork


4 days ago

Compensation Manager

Yum! Brands, Inc. Louisville, KY

• Lead the design and implementation of global frameworks and tools to increase the effectiveness of compensation programs and decision making… Glassdoor


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Yum! Chairman, President, and CEO David C. Novak
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    Company culture and work environment is going down hill, no sign of improving.

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    Former Employee - Senior, Applications Developer/Technologist  in  Louisville, KY
    Former Employee - Senior, Applications Developer/Technologist in Louisville, KY

    I worked at Yum! full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    The work life balance is the job's biggest perks. Hours may be long during certain projects but no one is standing by the door to make sure you are in by 8.

    Cons

    The company culture has changed dramatically since I first worked there. This was once one of the best places to work in Louisville and I use to recommend it, during the last years of my employment, it slowly started to gain a body shop feel. Recruiting any talent or hiring interns full time became difficult since no one wanted to work there.

    The pay and benefits are not great, while not bottom of the barrel bad, you can find the same job (IT jobs) in the Louisville area paying over 20% more with better health insurance.

    I seen this place lay off very talented young individuals over people who had 5+ year experience who could not do 25% off what laid off person could do.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Learn to value IT and understand there is a lot of untracked work they do for the company. The moves you have made against your IT has caused ALL the talent to leave. It may not slow down tacos sales but walk around and ask the end users/clients of your IT on how they feel about the changes.

    We use to say we worked for Yum! Brands with pride and felt like we was apart of something. Now, I mumble it when I talk to people and glad I'm no longer there.

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