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20 days ago

Senior Account Executive - New Business

Jenzabar Boston, MA

+ Develops and executes sales strategies designed to achieve revenue goals and demonstrate consistent and predictable performance. + Prepares and… Monster.com

17 days ago

Lead Proposal Writer

Jenzabar Boston, MA

PURPOSE AND SCOPE: Join a cutting-edge leading higher education software company located in the heart of Boston. The Lead Proposal Writer will be… Monster.com

29 days ago

Technical Support Analyst

Jenzabar Boston, MA


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    - You get a paycheck for being there. It comes twice a month. - There is a decent work/life balance. A lot of people seem to focus their efforts on trying to look busy rather than actually doing things. Remote work is possible for some departments, and for the most part managers are human beings who understand you are also one. - It's easy to be a high performer (the bar is really low across the board). - Short interview process, not difficult to get in the door.


    - Not a collaborative atmosphere, infighting at the top trickles down - leadership goes out of their way to block change. Impossible to accomplish tasks across business units. - No raises, no defined career paths, no serious employee review process, bonuses are based on the subjective opinions of your manager, and benefits are bad. - You will feel the presence of both religion and politics. You will see press regarding lawsuits of alleged unscrupulous behavior from the higher-ups. - While this is an easy place to start a career, you will put yourself at a disadvantage when you begin your next job and are expected to have certain skills like: collaboration, critical thinking, and attention to detail. This is a stagnant environment where innovation is a buzzword that is said frequently but practiced. - No diversity.

    Advice to Management

    - Stop treating the office like an extension of your homes. Yes, private company, great - so you can do what you want. Just because you're entitled to do something doesn't mean it's the ethical thing to do. You send a pretty strong message that your personal interests far surpass providing a decent work environment. - Clear out upper management, get talented managers who understand complexity and are comfortable with change. Stop the cronyism. - Let your employees use your software. You aren't building anything remotely worthy of confidentiality. It's administrative software that's over 20 years old. The people supporting sales have no idea what the products do, how they do it, why they do it, or why it's better than a competitor's system. - Stop letting sales control decision-making. Get folks who can represent both the dev team and the need for sales equally to make informed, well-thought-out decisions. Right now, it's only what's best for the individual's bank account, clients and employees are the ones suffering. - Come into the office more. Spend some time with your employees, set good examples, take some classes and come teach your staff things. Help develop skills, continually seek to do better.

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