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18 English questions out of 18

November 2, 2019

What are perks and other benefits like at NeoSystems Corp.?

Pros

Decent fringe benefits, free happy hour every week, some really nice colleagues.

Cons

Personal growth and upward mobility is often held back managers, favouritism over meritocracy, some toxic/ two-faced managers

Advice to Management

Put aside favouritism and recognize when managers receive multiple hr complaints from different employees that there is an issue.

Decent fringe benefits, free happy hour every week, some really nice colleagues.

November 2, 2019

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November 2, 2019

Does NeoSystems Corp. offer vision insurance?

Pros

Decent fringe benefits, free happy hour every week, some really nice colleagues.

Cons

Personal growth and upward mobility is often held back managers, favouritism over meritocracy, some toxic/ two-faced managers

Advice to Management

Put aside favouritism and recognize when managers receive multiple hr complaints from different employees that there is an issue.

Decent fringe benefits, free happy hour every week, some really nice colleagues.

November 2, 2019

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May 9, 2019

What is paid time off like at NeoSystems Corp.?

Pros

Good Management within Professional Services Good Benefits (PTO, Insurance, etc) Great flexibility on project choices

Cons

Co-workers ages don't vary as much compared to bigger companies in the area.

Good Benefits (PTO, Insurance, etc)

May 9, 2019

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November 2, 2019

How are career development opportunities at NeoSystems Corp.?

Pros

Decent fringe benefits, free happy hour every week, some really nice colleagues.

Cons

Personal growth and upward mobility is often held back managers, favouritism over meritocracy, some toxic/ two-faced managers

Advice to Management

Put aside favouritism and recognize when managers receive multiple hr complaints from different employees that there is an issue.

Personal growth and upward mobility is often held back managers,

November 2, 2019

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November 18, 2020

What kind of career opportunities exist at NeoSystems Corp.?

Pros

Good company for work/life balance, great benefits. Beautiful office and Friday socials with food which is nice plus breakfasts on Wednesday. Stock purchase options. Your office environment with most of the fellow co-workers is usually a real joy (there are a few dysfunctional individuals that make work difficult for all that upper management refuses to address).

Cons

Small company where the culture needs some serious help. Upper management appears to have promoted up as the company grew, but they are in positions that they really cannot handle. This is a large frustration for middle management and employees as nothing from the senior leadership level ever gets addressed appropriately or timely. Just talk and no do. It appears that the senior leaders are many times afraid to approach the two owners on the real issues and no one else can approach without retribution. LOTS of favoritism here where several dysfunctional favorites who are part of the "inner circle" continue to cost the company tens of thousands of dollars each year for non-delivery and overcommitments, but people not part of the "inner circle " are rarely given the opportunity to serve on committees without forcing their way on them and any personal achievements are minimized, ignored or upper management takes credit for it without attribution. These individuals need to be shown the door as it is really impacting the company's success, employee morale and client relationships. Training is non-existent as the CEO appears to minimize its value over utilization and expects you to train in your own time instead of taking company time. Utilization is king, Professional growth and special initiatives to make the company work more effectively are minimized. Females wanting growth and fair recognition for your efforts similar to your male equivalents....this is not the place for you as there is serious discrimination on several levels. HR turns blind eye or provides minimal support as they do not want to anger owners or upset the "upper management buddy network." Mid-management and staff are held accountable for unrealistic goals that are not appropriately researched or planned for achievability. You will also not be told what the annual company goals are until 6 months into the year, but still expected to meet them. You are building people to fail before they are given a realistic chance to perform. The company is also way too dependent on Deltek product line as well. They are trying to address this but again lack appropriate planning, leadership and no training initiatives appears to be the issue

Advice to Management

Please address your lack of value placed on training and cross training during low contract times. It is a cost of doing business to enhance your existing staff this is really hurting the growth of your company and lowering morale. An employee should get credit for training as part of their review criteria not penalized, instead you are punished utilization that can't be realistically met based off of current sales volume. Please adjust to more realistic levels and give staff credit for additional efforts while waiting for new contracts. Most of your work is coming from repeat customers not new sales opportunities. Hold your sales staff more accountable to bring in work for all product lines it is inconsistent. Good employees are needlessly loosing their jobs who are positive contributors to the company's efforts. The company suffers from lack of timely senior leadership vision and planning and smart cross training so that employees can be moved to other product lines to ride the peaks and valleys with sales. If you want to play with the "big boys" you need to understand that training and cross-training are essential business activities where employees should be recognized not punished by upper management for pursuing it. Stop pampering your sales team to meet expectations. They were hired to bring in new contracts. Bringing in new work is their job not some special effort. Some of your senior leadership needs to be looked at as they are sadly unimpressive and just hanging around doing minimal work waiting for retirement. You need new and more energetic positive thinking upper management. You have very motivated mid-managers and staff that are are consistently held back due to scared or unmotivated upper management. Please get rid of these dysfunctional people, they are costing you so much money and their negative activities are obvious to all, but it appears not acknowledged by the two owners. No one feels comfortable escalating because of retribution. I hope truly hope this thoughtful review to provide an honest perspective at NeoSystems is seriously considered for appropriate corrective measures. Historically the issues appear to be repetitive, but rarely addressed to resolution. Hoping you can turn things around under different upper management would love to reconsider coming back in a more positive and productive environment where all are treated as equals and your existing upper management is replaced or retires.

delivery and overcommitments, but people not part of the "inner circle " are rarely given the opportunity to serve on committees without forcing their way on them and any personal achievements are minimized, ignored or upper management takes credit for it without attribution.

November 18, 2020

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