- Charlotte, NC Area
- Any Job Title
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They try to encourage a work/life balance (in 89 reviews)
depending on project/location - work culture varies (in 117 reviews)
The worst part involved the infamous lack of work/life balance (in 153 reviews)
Management seems proud that there is no work life balance (in 40 reviews)
4 Employee ReviewsSort: Popular Rating Date
- RecommendsApproves of CEO
Progressive company always trying to come up with new products.
You need to relocate every 3-4 years
Doesn't RecommendDisapproves of CEO
- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at Amdocs full-time (More than 10 years)
Benefits: on par with most corporations. Healthcare is reasonably priced and plan selection is good.
1. Very poor HR policies. Amdocs has a policy that there must be poor ratings given to some percentage of the employee base deserved or not. 2. When Amdocs bought the company I was working for the first thing they did was give senior management stay bonuses. Then everyone on the management team was demoted one level down. 3. The first thing Amdocs said after the acquisition was 'These people make too much money can't wait till we can take care of that'.
Helpful (1)Doesn't RecommendDisapproves of CEO
Excellent benefit package Food in breakroom
Lack of care, disrespect to employees, told to find other work if you don't like it, cattiness that never gets addressed, no raises, think inside the box, do as I say even if it doesn't return good results
Advice to Management
Who cares that the company is Israeli, the lack of business ediquite will not last long with US companies.
- Doesn't RecommendNo opinion of CEO
It pays an income and provides health insurance.
There is a lot of bureaucracy. Israel tries to run every project. There are policies which show a fundamental lack of understanding about statistics like forced bell curves in performance reviews. Management likes to pride itself on its open door policy, but in fact, if you openly speak out or express disapproval or disagreement with business practices, expect to be reprimanded. During company meetings, we're often told how wonderful and bright the future is. But when it comes time for a raise or a bonus, we're told how grim things are and how Amdocs cannot afford to reward its hard working, loyal associates. They think they own you and feel like they have a right to call you on vacation, at night, in the middle of the night, on weekends.
Advice to Management
Learn how to listen to associates.
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