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21 days ago

Director of Information Technology

BostonCoach Everett, MA

for the overall planning, organizing, and execution of all IT functions. This includes directing all IT operations to meet our business requirements… Job Board

21 days ago

Salesforce.com Administrator

BostonCoach Everett, MA

Must live in Massachusetts and must submit salary requirement with resume. BostonCoach is looking for an experienced, resourceful and creative… Job Board

28 days ago

Executive Chauffeur

BostonCoach Everett, MA

Chauffeurs Come join our team here at BostonCoach and Dav El Experienced Chauffeurs can earn up to $20.00 per hour Benefits: Heatlh, Vision, Dental… Job Board

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Everett, MA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Everett, MA
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    When I started, the company had a great culture and the influence of the Fidelity ownership was a significant perk. From infrastructure to benefits to an overall professional culture, you felt secure in your employment and there was good career mobility opportunities.


    Once the company was sold by Fidelity, there was an immediate change in environment. Morale decreased, disorganization above and beyond the expected due to any ownership change made doing your job twice as hard with half the support. It began to improve but then with the purchase of Dav El, it began to spiral downward. There was no respect for employees from the new top management, and a culture of "fear" began to take. Fear for job security, fear that there would be no raises, fear that the company would soon be driven into the ground. This lack of support led to a mass-exodus of many quality employees as everyone scrambled to find somewhere they could enjoy working, as we once had. I left sadly, as the company had been good to me for many years, but that company no longer existed.

    Advice to Management

    *Note: Larry Moulter has not been CEO since 2013. Current CEO is Scott Solombrino, former Dav El owner Management should take notice of how many good people have fled and try to return the company to the culture of the past, so they can retain employees and return to the high quality company that had the best reputation in the industry

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