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July 22, 2019

Pros

- Promotes work-life balance. In my project, I have a flexible schedule (and can go to work anytime between 6 a.m to 9:30 a.m) and I just need to complete your 8-hour daily work. With this schedule, I can have a personal life outside work and can run important errands and attend to important family responsibilities (urgent and non-urgent). - You can work from home once to twice per week - You can have your own work technique. You are free to apply your skills in any way you prefer as long as the output is the expected one. - The company offers trainings (even ones with certificates), either onsite and offsite. This is a great opportunity to build your skills and your career track. They even offer to pay some trainings with certification as long as you pass the exam. - High salary appraisal as long as you perform well and you deserve it. - The company follows their rules and regulations strictly, so you can expect good treatment from your managers and co-employees. - You can learn a lot!!! - You have a voice to speak out process improvements that you have in mind, and take part in implementing it. - The company respects employees and cultural diversity - You can definitely have a good career track here.

Cons

Their site is only in BGC as of this moment, so if you want to work here, you have to relocate if you are far from here, or be willing to travel to BGC 3-4 times a week (since you are eligible for a 1-2 day/s of work from home)

Advice to Management

Keep up the good work and keep improving! :)

The company respects employees and cultural diversity

July 22, 2019

Reviewed by: Software Engineer in Manila, Manila (Current Employee)

March 1, 2019

Pros

Very flexible schedule Great coworkers Great benefits

Cons

Constant reorganization No diversity. Only Indians and whites for technology. Good old boy systems by hiring only there kind inf people indian and whites. Alot of outsourcing.

Advice to Management

Diversity the teams

No diversity.

March 1, 2019

Reviewed by: Information Technology in Atlanta, GA (Former Contractor)

September 29, 2020

Pros

The salaries are exceptional if you are in the right department and are currently the golden employee. Flexible DTO at the time I was employed

Cons

Disgustingly toxic place to work. Often was gaslit into feeling guilty about standing up for employees. Incredibly sexist in overt ways. No accountability for top leadership. No clear path to growth. Lucky territories and deals matter more than accurate pipeline and development of a culture. No diversity above Inside Sales organization. Sexual harassment went unaddressed because of the title of the offender or because of how much money they pulled in for the company.

Advice to Management

Diversify and get new management in your company. Listen to lower level employees about the harassment from your middle management and upper leadership. Stop rewarding disgusting behavior.

No diversity above Inside Sales organization.

September 29, 2020

Reviewed by: Director, Inside Sales in Saint Paul, MN (Current Employee)

January 17, 2020

Pros

If you like to travel, you will do a lot of it! Good focus on diversity. Decent pay.

Cons

Lots of changes to executive team indicates even more restructuring and change is coming, so be ready for a bumpy ride! Focus for consultants is billable hours, but no time for training to learn new products, features, etc without a negative impact on bonus. Negotiate a salary you are good with, because 'annual merit increases' are few and far between. And a promotion is not tied to compensation - or so I've been told by HR.

Advice to Management

If you invested in your consultants the way you invest in training sales, there might be a better outcome with clients and implementations. Also, with all the 'restructuring' you need to ensure your star employees don't walk. A RIF followed by a poorly funded merit cycle is a flag for good employees to think about other opportunities...and take them. And removal of key personnel without a plan to assign their work elsewhere leaves some pot holes to fall into and cause some damage.

Good focus on diversity.

January 17, 2020

Reviewed by: Corporate Support Service in United States (Current Employee)

August 1, 2019

Pros

-The colleges are very nice to new comers. -Very high diversity of backgrounds and nationalities. -Good benefits. -Intense training programs. -Mobility inside the company related to different positions and locations.

Cons

-Training that is related to values and HR related stuff is too scattered around too many platforms.

Very high diversity of backgrounds and nationalities.

August 1, 2019

Reviewed by: Finance Support Analyst in Prague (Current Employee)

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