Compare New England Conservatory of Music vs Vendini BETA

See how Vendini vs. New England Conservatory of Music compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
(based on 17 reviews)
(based on 55 reviews)
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CEO Approval
New England Conservatory of Music Ceo Tom Novak
65%Tom Novak
Vendini Ceo Mark Tacchi
28%Mark Tacchi
% Recommend to a friend
Positive Business Outlook


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Featured Review

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

I have been working at New England Conservatory of Music part-time for more than a year


Nice faculty and excellent student


Boston is a very cold place to live

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

I have been working at Vendini full-time for more than 3 years


Vendini has grown up a lot over the past year or so. Over the past couple of years, they made some tough but very needed decisions to let go of a few top executives and made some great additions to... the leadership of the company. I've seen lots of promotions since I've been at the company and it seems to be growing into a place that rewards hard work and people who focus on solving problems. The benefits are solid and the company has made a lot of improvements to their wfh policy and overall flexibility. I find my role and department to be rewarding which hasn't always been the case and I think that the Customer Success and Sales departments are especially great departments to work in.


Past missteps do still haunt some people who have been at the company awhile and that can negatively contribute to the culture. However, all in all the company seems to be moving in a positive... direction culturally. It's still sometimes hard to really understand the strategic vision of the company and there is sometimes disfunction that originates at the CEO / top executive level. However, the leadership team that is in place now seems to be focusing on the right things and there are fewer and fewer bizarre comments and decisions that come down from the top. The product and engineering team still seems to be fairly dysfunctional. While there have been improvement in this area, there's still a lot of room to grow to get the product and internal product development processes to a good place as well as establishing a level of accountability with this group when things break due to this dysfunction. There's a new product leader and also some reorganization at the top that make me hopeful this will improve in the near term, but this is the area that still needs to most improvement.

Advice to Management

Continue valuing people who work hard and focus on solutions. Continue investing in managers and retaining the people who are meeting and exceeding their job expectations.

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