Mission: Dun & Bradstreet grows the most valuable relationships in business by uncovering truth and meaning from data.
We received another award for being a Top Workplace! Congratulations to our incredible team in Austin, Texas for this well-deserved accolade. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQuDY—8 days ago
We've been named one of the Best Workplaces in Canada! Congratulations to our Canada Team! http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQuDy—8 days ago
Life here at Dun & Bradstreet might surprise you! Each day, we are taking steps to transform our culture into one that activates the very best in our people. At the heart of our work you’ll find our core values: to be data inspired, relentlessly curious and inherently generous. These values inform how we engage with our customers and how we energize one another. Step inside and you'll feel that energy in our hallways and product labs, client meetings and whiteboard sessions, hashtags and annual reports. We're also exploring what needs to change to accelerate creativity and innovation. For example:
So if you thrive in a fluid, agile culture but want the solidity of a storied brand, come join us!
Who We Are:
For nearly two centuries, we here at Dun & Bradstreet have been helping our customers and partners build their most valuable relationships in business by uncovering truth and meaning from data. Today, our global team of 5,000 employees is still dedicated to this unique purpose.
With the largest commercial database on the planet, we work with nearly ninety percent of the Fortune 500, and companies of every size around the world, who rely on us to build smart relationships and support their growth.
Our Heritage: How We Began
In 1842, Lewis Tappan started the Mercantile Agency (that would later become Dun & Bradstreet) as a network of correspondents who served as a unique source of reliable, consistent and objective credit information, fostering business relationships and man's confidence in man.
Now, nearly two centuries later, we've chanced beyond recognition. Our credit ledgers now take the form of hundreds of millions of business records. And our agents who rode on horseback are now data scientists with predictive analytics. But amidst this change, our mission remains the same. We are inspired by human progress - the desire to grow and find new, better ways of doing business.
We are proud to offer a broad range of benefits designed to meet the diverse needs of our team members. The program consists of the following four benefit clusters with plans that support the various aspects of your life:
We depend on our healthcare benefits to help stay healthy and protect against the high cost of a serious illness or injury. Our benefits program offers two Medical Plan options, Dental and Vision benefits. We also provide you with the ability to contribute before-tax dollars to a Health Care Flexible Spending Account or a Health Savings Account to help you pay for eligible medical expenses.
Protecting you and your family in case of unexpected illness or injury is an important part of our benefits program. To make sure that you have the necessary financial resources in case of disability or death, we offer Life, Disability, Voluntary Group Accident, Long Term Care, Group Legal, and Home and Auto Insurance. We also provide Company-paid Life Insurance and Business Travel Accident Insurance at no cost to you.
We provide retirement and savings benefits that offer you value and flexibility in planning for a financially secure future. The Dun & Bradstreet 401(k) Plan gives you the ability to save on a tax-deferred basis and receive matching dollars from Dun & Bradstreet. The Employee Stock Purchase Program (ESPP) is a convenient way to purchase Dun & Bradstreet common stock at a 15% discount through payroll deductions, with no brokerage fees or commissions.
As your work life and family situation changes, we offer a number of benefits to help you manage those changes. You can contribute before-tax dollars to your Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account to pay for eligible child care expenses and receive matching dollars from Dun & Bradstreet. The Employee Assistance Program is provided at no cost to help you through difficult times. A Commuter Benefit Program, Fitness Reimbursement, Educational Assistance, Matching Gifts, and paid Holidays and Vacation are also available.
Whether you are a seasoned team leader or just kicking off your career, your growth matters to us. That’s why we recently put a new team of people in place who are thinking long and hard about how to support your development. While we’re still in the early phases of our planning, our end-goal is to set you up for success in your role at Dun & Bradstreet and build a robust curriculum for leaders and individual contributors of all levels.
Our CEO Leadership Experience Program: This new program is designed to provide our most senior leaders an intensive and rigorous learning experience. Cohorts of individuals work together through several phased in-person experiences where they refine their personal brand, reflect on their current leadership practices, and further develop their ability to lead and influence within our company values.
I worked at Dun & Bradstreet full-time (More than 10 years)
good money, great place to work
many good people are no longer there
I applied online. I interviewed at Dun & Bradstreet (Austin, TX).
I had a good conversation with the recruiter on the phone but when I came in for the interview it was painful. They looked down their nose at me the whole time; one guy was outright snotty with me over the fact that I was looking for a new job while still working at my current place. The other questions revolved around stumping me over the stuff that I said upfront that I didn't have experience with, and some were just kind of odd and threw me off because I didn't know what he was fishing for.
It's never fun to have a bad interview, but I really came away thinking I'd hate to have these people as coworkers. I usually interview really well, too, and ended up with a couple of offers from other places, but I just got a bad vibe off them and would have been hesitant to accept if I did get an offer through some miracle. The entire thing was awkward and uncomfortable. I've never had an interview where the people showed obvious disdain for me before; it was like they decided they hated me before I even set foot in the place. It's was for the software part of their business, and I think they're trying to give the impression of having a culture like a modern tech company, but the atmosphere was like how I imagine IBM in 1983. Definitely not what I'm looking for in a software company.