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11 days ago

Release Manager

iSystems LLC Colchester, VT

Passionate about building great products with purpose? Want to see the value you add to the products and the team? If you are a Release Engineer with… CareerBuilder

9 days ago

PC Network Support Specialist

iSystems LLC Colchester, VT

This individual will also encourage self-help by writing end user documentation, provide training, maintain a self-help portal and maintain focus and… CareerBuilder

26 days ago

Data Architect

iSystems LLC Colchester, VT

Reporting to the VP of Engineering, the data architect will be maintaining, designing and developing databases for a large payroll software system… CareerBuilder

26 days ago

Principal Engineer

iSystems LLC Colchester, VT

Reporting to the Manager of New Product Development, the Principal Engineer will be designing and developing an innovative Service Oriented… CareerBuilder

26 days ago

Training Content Developer

iSystems LLC Colchester, VT

• Identifies core skill set for each training module and creates evaluation criteria to measure skill competency • Design trainer competencies and… CareerBuilder

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    Think twice before accepting an offer at this company!!!

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at iSystems full-time


    The employees, your general workers, are generally nice, hard-working people who genuinely care and want to do a good job.


    The culture of the company is significantly lacking professionalism and general values which make it a difficult environment to work in. The leadership, management and executives, lack a firm understanding of treating employees well and valuing the work that employees do each day. Promotions are offered to those "in the club", think high school clique. Poor behavior towards employees by managers is tolerated and overlooked regularly. The technology and resources are fairly antiquated and getting any supplies in order to do your job is an undertaking in itself.

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    The executives need to reevaluate their management team and make some significant changes to increase the value of their employees. Employees don't leave companies, they leave their managers.

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