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- "Management is poor." (in 71 reviews)
- "Poor leadership (Especially from California) and only way to move up is to sell your soul." (in 39 reviews)
- "Too many managers and too few people who make it happen" (in 32 reviews)
- "Tends to do annual layoffs" (in 26 reviews)
- "Upper management clearly focused solely on finances with no long" (in 21 reviews)
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- 5.0FEATURED REVIEWJul 27, 2023Sustainability SpecialistCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearLondon, England
Dun & Bradstreet is a wonderful workplace with a diverse staff and inclusive culture, and I am very pleased to join the company and be part of the team. The company offers great career progression opportunities and communication tools for any inquiries, reasonable adjustments, and business suggestions. I very much enjoy and benefit from my daily work, regular team meetings and flexible working. The work culture at D&B is very welcoming, professional, and can be fun. Within a few months, I joined the UK engagement team and organised a Clean-up Day, participated in social events, volunteered to lead a discussion at the book club and became part of an exciting project that looks at bringing D&B’s unique story to life. The hiring process was straightforward and enjoyable too. Expectations on both ends were made clear throughout the entire process and I appreciated the smooth induction process, my manager's support and also patience with my documentation. I look forward to making a full career at D&B and exceeding the expectations put in front of me.
It's hard to write cons, as of today, because I genuinely enjoy working at the company.2Dun & Bradstreet Response4mo
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- 5.0Nov 17, 2023Vice PresidentCurrent Employee, more than 8 yearsJacksonville, FL
Employed at Dun & Bradstreet, you embody a prestigious, world-class brand characterized by an unparalleled culture. A true global company with a collaborative spirit across a wide cultural workforce. The workplace offers an outstanding environment, providing abundant growth prospects for those who are proactive and driven. The atmosphere is both friendly and professional, infused with a touch of empathetic leadership. As a Google partner, you have the privilege of working with cutting-edge technology stacks. The Analytics teams adhere to Responsible AI and stand out as highly advanced compared to peer groups worldwide, and your noteworthy accomplishments are consistently acknowledged and celebrated. In a nutshell you will feel welcomed like family at Dun & Bradstreet.
Three years after the company's acquisition, steps have been taken to mend the areas that were adversely affected by the previous management these fixes are looked on as opportunities and may sometime distract you from contributing to growth. However, one must remember a happy customer is priceless and supports growth.
- 5.0Nov 17, 2023Vice President PricingCurrent Employee, more than 10 yearsJacksonville, FL
I joined D&B in 2002 due to it being a great brand and a fixture in the business commerce arena. I was looking for a company to grow with, contribute to, was stable and build a career that I would be proud of. Since 2002 D&B has expanded its reach beyond credit risk into capital markets, artificial intelligence and partnering with large corporations as examples. Companies like IBM and Google do not partner with just anyone and these sizable companies see tremendous value in what D&B delivers to them everyday!
In general, there is really no downside. D&B provides a flexible work environment and realizes that a company can still excel in modern ways
- 1.0Nov 17, 2023ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsFlorham Park, NJ
Flexible working, decent benefits, get to play with cool data.
Lack of leadership from the top-down. No clear strategy on where to go. Leaders jump on latest buzz words without clear idea on what the market is and requirements to be competitive. Culture is all based on quantity of effort and output, not about quality. Product is a non-player in the organization, with roadmaps decided on the latest whims of leaders, short-term revenue opportunities and data scientists developing datasets that follow the path of least resistance. Internal processes are suffocating, which make it difficult to coordinate a coherent and smooth release.1
- 4.0Sep 18, 2023Director of Federal Business DevelopmentFormer Employee, more than 10 yearsWashington, DC
D&B is a great company with a fantastic brand and during the early 2000's the Federal Government practice experienced tremendous success/growth. However, when the business was taken private by a P/E firm, the Federal practice leader selected was the wrong fit and the business suffered.
D&B's data is the best in the market, but its technological innovation has always been lacking and not forward-leaning; with the data industry, which is now being disrupted by technical advancements in and around predictive analytics and generative AI, D&B appears to be playing catch-up to a number of more nimble technology-driven competitors, who may have left D&B in the rear-view mirror.3
- 5.0Nov 13, 2023Senior PrincipalCurrent Employee, less than 1 year
The people are amazing! The solutions we provide are critical to helping our customers be successful.
Old ways of doing things are not working, need to focus on creating a culture of winning from the sales side.
- 4.0Oct 26, 2023Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearJacksonville, FL
Dun & Bradstreet is a very rewarding company for those who are self-driven and proactive. I have yet to run into anyone not willing to go out of their way to help you succeed. This environment does create a great sense of networking and can make for a very rewarding and fulfilling career.
While not just a "D&B" policy, the environment can be very different depending upon which department you are under. Majority of the departments are very laid back, typically employees work from home on Fridays for example, or show up around 9am and leave before 4pm usually with 1 hour break for lunch; however, some departments do not get this luxury. Some of the groups within Finance are typically in office before 8am and leave after 5pm, whether you take a 1-hour break for lunch or not does not matter, as the expectation is "work when your team works". This comes across as your productivity being measured in terms of how long you are in the building and not by what truly matters, the performance and results within the time you are in the building. To note again, this is not a "D&B" policy, but rather varies based on the management.1Dun & Bradstreet Response2mo
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- 5.0Nov 15, 2023Account ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsCenter Valley, PA
Great pay. Understanding and patient leadership as far as supervisors. Coach are really helpful when you start working there.
I don’t have any cons at this time.
- 5.0Sep 28, 2023Senior Talent Acquisition AssociateCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearJacksonville, FL
I have loved my past few months at DnB, I think it has been one of the easiest transitions into a role that I have had. It speaks volumes that a company would value the ideas and input of someone that is new to the team. Leadership lets you navigate and build your own relationships with your hiring managers but are still there for you to bounce ideas off of or if you need guidance. There is an amazing work life balance, which is something that is important to me. These are just a couple things that stood out beside competitive compensation, benefits, and time off.
I really don't have any cons to say about DnB.
- 5.0Nov 8, 2023Account ExecutiveCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearAustin, TX
Great onboarding experience and very supportive team culture. Tons of opportunity for long-term growth.
No downside so far! Moving back into a hybrid model which has its advantages and disadvantages
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Dun & Bradstreet has an overall rating of 3.9 out of 5, based on over 2,125 reviews left anonymously by employees. 78% of employees would recommend working at Dun & Bradstreet to a friend and 70% have a positive outlook for the business. This rating has been stable over the past 12 months.
78% of Dun & Bradstreet employees would recommend working there to a friend based on Glassdoor reviews. Employees also rated Dun & Bradstreet 4.1 out of 5 for work life balance, 3.9 for culture and values and 3.8 for career opportunities.