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Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at WorldView.

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14 English questions out of 14

August 24, 2021

How are career development opportunities at WorldView?

Pros

Its money, beats living in a box.

Cons

Misery. Leadership is immature. No career growth. Lies and cutthroat behavior

Advice to Management

Make sure there is career growth

No career growth.

August 24, 2021

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July 21, 2020

How do employees feel about their professional development opportunities at WorldView?

Pros

Job opportunity if you are trying to break into the IT field

Cons

No training or real organization, Company is dying due to lack of training and knowledge base.

Advice to Management

Hire more people and develop a formal training plan that includes everything from Onbase, Kofax, and sql and actually have resources that can help train and execute the plan.

No training or real organization, Company is dying due to lack of training and knowledge base.

July 21, 2020

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January 7, 2020

What is the feeling of job security at WorldView?

Pros

The pay is ok. You can drink on Fridays for social hour. After a week here you will need it trust me.

Cons

You will work weekends, sometimes every weekend. There is no team work, its all about who to point fingers at. They sell products that arent ready yet. No training. No job security. No work life balance

Advice to Management

Start treating people like adults but also show them the ropes of the environment. Do some training and take some training yourself. Stop selling lies

No job security.

January 7, 2020

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August 13, 2019

How are senior leaders perceived at WorldView?

Pros

Management is pretty desperate due to high turnover rates, so they will pretty much hire anybody.

Cons

Look at the other truthful reviews, and take my advice this is a company you will want to avoid if possible. The overtime is ridiculous usually 7+ hours a week. Most of your time will be spent trying to keep your head above water, and keeping existing processes that break constantly running. The email alerts you receive in a typical day easily runs into the thousands. Their clients were usually unhappy, management doesn't do much for them unless they can bill them extra for it. The turnover is quite high, for a company of only around 40 people that's been around for 20+ years, the average tenure of employees was 2 years or less. Their current contracts weren't being handled very well. There was a conference a few years back where one of their major contracts revealed selecting another vendor as their preferred partner over worldview Their other major contract was a company that was founded by the CEO's brother, and the clients that are part of that contract don't really have any other choice.

Advice to Management

Listen to your employees, and try much much harder to keep the good ones you have. Put a lot more effort into improving your processes, and keeping your current customers happier. Try to become the preferred partner with your current vertical integrations.

Their other major contract was a company that was founded by the CEO's brother, and the clients that are part of that contract don't really have any other choice.

August 13, 2019

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August 13, 2019

How is management perceived at WorldView?

Pros

Management is pretty desperate due to high turnover rates, so they will pretty much hire anybody.

Cons

Look at the other truthful reviews, and take my advice this is a company you will want to avoid if possible. The overtime is ridiculous usually 7+ hours a week. Most of your time will be spent trying to keep your head above water, and keeping existing processes that break constantly running. The email alerts you receive in a typical day easily runs into the thousands. Their clients were usually unhappy, management doesn't do much for them unless they can bill them extra for it. The turnover is quite high, for a company of only around 40 people that's been around for 20+ years, the average tenure of employees was 2 years or less. Their current contracts weren't being handled very well. There was a conference a few years back where one of their major contracts revealed selecting another vendor as their preferred partner over worldview Their other major contract was a company that was founded by the CEO's brother, and the clients that are part of that contract don't really have any other choice.

Advice to Management

Listen to your employees, and try much much harder to keep the good ones you have. Put a lot more effort into improving your processes, and keeping your current customers happier. Try to become the preferred partner with your current vertical integrations.

Their clients were usually unhappy, management doesn't do much for them unless they can bill them extra for it.

August 13, 2019

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