Reynolds and Reynolds
2.3 of 5 482 reviews
www.reyrey.com Kettering, OH 1000 to 5000 Employees

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Go Work For A&M

Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)
College Station, TX

ProsThe hire people with little or no experience. Could be a good starter job.

ConsWorked for this company for many years and here are my thoughts: It is a very totalitarian type atmosphere. Management is very stuck in its ways and typically those who don't rock the boat and have seniority are promoted. Low starting pay for most positions. Promotions are often given without pay raises. Nicotine drug policy is bias; they say its a "no tolerance" policy, but if they like you, they will keep you around. Benefits have been decreasing and employee cost for these benefits have been rising for the last several years (even before the 2010 medical care bill). Employee benefits and pay raises are usually the first target for cost cutting. They almost always fight against giving unemployment benefits (had to do this a lot while working there). A&M is their largest competitor in the B/CS area for employees and they usually offer better initial pay, benefits, and pay raise schedule than R&R.

No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    I would not recommend this place for anybody to work.

    Bench Technician (Former Employee)
    College Station, TX

    I worked at Reynolds and Reynolds


    Pros: They have a cafeteria and fitness center. Scheduling time off was not a… Cons: No one walks around with a smile on their face. It is… Advice to Senior Management: Some advice I can give is definitely try to make it possible to encourage employees… No, I would not recommend this company to a friend More
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    Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)
    Houston, TX

    I worked at Reynolds and Reynolds


    Pros: Good training. Perfect for recent graduated. Extremely structured. Ok first… Cons: Sink or swim mentality. Employees are a necessity not an asset.… Advice to Senior Management: Focus on employees as an asset not as something disposable and or easily replaceable. You are… No, I would not recommend this company to a friend More
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