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Decent compensation and benefits, and if you lucky you have RSUs. Generally there seems flexibility and if you don't expect too much it is a decent place to work.
Like most employees, I joined Nuance via an acquisition. One of the biggest problems as I am concerned is that there seems a complete lack of predictable software development execution. It is vastly a chaos and very inefficient and ineffective. That said, half of that comes from the company already that got acquired who had lack of operational leadership - but it didn't improve one bit with Nuance. Working for Nuance it seems a very disparate company where nobody (the common folk) seems to understand the future and how things are organized, even reporting structures are completely confusing. I believe this is a problem in software development in a broader sense, but it does not seem that anyone these days (in high-tech) understands product development and delivery. Everything I know how a cross-functional organization should function seems in disarray. Finally, Nuance does not provide a feeling of being valued as an employee. Everyone is just a body and there is little motivation to be derived from leadership....