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20 days ago

Senior Director of Product, Email & Communications

Synacor Buffalo, NY

• Defines and owns the product roadmap / requirements based on input from management, competitive and market analysis, and customers. • Acts as an… Synacor

30+ days ago

Sales Development Rep Intern

Synacor Buffalo, NY

• Salesforce.com & database experience (NCTC, NCTA) • Excellent Microsoft Office skills • Must read prior to starting: Predictable Revenue by… Synacor

30+ days ago

Senior Software Engineer

Synacor Buffalo, NY

In Client Engineering, we touch every product at Synacor and sometimes create our own, tailoring them to our clients' specific needs and integrating… Synacor

30+ days ago

Corporate Controller

Synacor Buffalo, NY

Synacor is seeking a Corporate Controller to direct and manage all accounting functions within the organization. This includes accounts payable… Synacor

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Synacor Himesh Bhise
Himesh Bhise
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  • Helpful (4)

    Senior leadership needs an overhaul

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Buffalo, NY
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Buffalo, NY
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at Synacor full-time (More than 5 years)


    Benefits are great, flexible scheduling and WFH is good, the company is very lucky to have talented employees still sticking around.


    Lack of accountability from the top down. It is easier to point a finger than accept responsibility and make change. There is a culture of finger pointing and back-stabbing. Incapable leadership. How many VP's and SVP's does a company of 200 people need?

    Advice to Management

    Actions speak louder than words. When a leader can't retain a team, it is leadership's responsibility to step in and try to figure out why and take action. Failure to take action is showing the rest of the group that poor management is acceptable and the cycle continues.

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