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I have been working at Experian Americas full-time (More than 3 years)
- Decent pay, but definitely not industry leading - No micro management within my BU - Decent solutions that have a place and are fairly easy to sell - Company as a whole has its hands on about every type of data available
- Pay becomes flat and doesn't scale with increased sales revenue goals - Poor leadership within middle management to upper management, more interested in back slapping and the top/bottom profits to see it is costing them business and employees - Lack of vision within BU I work in - No longer industry leading when it comes to solutions sold to prospects - The company and BU's possess tons of data, but there is a lack of industry leading solutions that make the data actionable - Entirely to focused on top & bottom profits 365/24/7 to the point it has and will continue to cost the company sales and employees - Benefit package lags behind many 'mid'-sized companies I and my wife have worked for - Very unorganized and heavy internal politics from one BU to the next, makes it difficult to practically impossible to conduct business. "seamless" to the customer is a fantasy at this point - Lack of career path, even though they conduct annual employee review meetings to "help you grow and advance"
Advice to Management
Wake up!! A company that prides itself on employee happiness and tenure has turned south. For a company that had/has 80-90% tenure, to now see over 50% employee turnover in my BU and team should sound an alert. Yet nothing is done. Top/bottom revenue goals are terrific, but when it causes your business to stagnate without new leading solutions it will cost you business. This has been happening for years. It is costing you employees - we are tired of hearing about "lack of bandwidth". Listen to the folks in sales that are front line. They are the voice of the customer. Listen to what the customers are asking for and develop the product they are ask for. They want it, they are asking for it. Yet there is always a delay or reason on why the development of a solution is pushed back or worse. Middle and upper management need to take a crash course on leadership. There is a difference between a boss and a leader, unfortunately the trend within the company is are managers that are more "boss" than "leader".