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Director of Analytics

89 Degrees Burlington, MA

As the Director of Analytics you’ll lead a team of analysts in a collaborative environment under the direction of the Vice President of Analytics… 89 Degrees

30+ days ago

Technical Architect

89 Degrees Burlington, MA

89 Degrees helps businesses engage customers with data-driven insights that reach out and touch consumers across all channels. Powered by SAS, the… 89 Degrees

30+ days ago

Enterprise Data Architect

89 Degrees Burlington, MA

Serves as the lead technical resource in the strategic oversight and planning of data models and database structural design and development. Oversees… 89 Degrees

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Phil Hussey
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    I worked at 89 Degrees full-time


    - Non-management employees can be quite helpful and pleasant to work with. - SAS partner, allowing for access to SAS tools and training


    - Compensation packages are blatantly deceptive. Be warned, the bonus does not pay out at anywhere near what they will promise you. Treat it as effectively 0%. - Most of Management is clueless and does not estimate task duration with any rationality, constantly agrees to scope creep, and does not staff projects adequately. - Projects sold are not worked on by the people that sell them. - Favoritism and subjective evaluations are rampant. - High Turnover (40% a year) - No 401K match - Hours are excessive (60+ a week is standard) - No opportunity to stay ahead of inflation. Raises are 1-2% a year, "promotion" raises are 5-7%. - Mistreatment of H1B workers - sub-par salaries and they know you are stuck with them and will take advantage of it to the fullest. - Teams are siloed and dysfunctional, with infighting and a lack of client focus.

    Advice to Management

    - What is the value proposition for an employee to work at your firm? - Consider why you have extremely high turnover and adjust. - Figure out why clients do not want to sign or renew with you.

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