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    1. 5.0
      Former Intern, less than 1 year

      Intern review

      Oct 23, 2015 - Anonymous Intern 
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      Pros

      D&B was a great company to work for. The interview process was lengthy, but relatively straight forward. The work life balance was fantastic.

      Cons

      Senior management wasn't as available to offer direction and job tasks as I believe they should have been.

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    2. 4.0
      Current Employee

      Good company

      Oct 18, 2020 - Solutions Engineer in New York, NY
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      Pros

      great compensation and good benefits. Good work life balance. Good for growth and education

      Cons

      Constant changes in senior management since going private. Job insecurity under new management.

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      Dun & Bradstreet Response

      Thank you for writing a review! It's good to hear that you are happy with the compensation and benefits Dun & Bradstreet provides and the work life balance. It's also great to hear that you recognize Dun & Bradstreet is a good place for growth and education. We encourage you to reach out to your People Business Partner to talk about your concerns, or connect with us directly at PeopleFeedback@dnb.com

    3. 1.0
      Former Employee, less than 1 year

      ALL TEMPE EMPLOYEES LAID OFF....2018

      Dec 31, 2019 - Credit Advisor in Tempe, AZ
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      Pros

      Great leaders in the Tempe Office Descent Pay Great amount of vacation time

      Cons

      Not enough team leads or time to sit with the employees to help teach sell Upper management and leadership from Tucson and New Jersey did not know what the hell they were doing, the new senior management took over They lied to employees talking about opening a bigger call center, instead laid everyone off. They started with the Call Center Manager first, the latter part was not known. Tucson management always wanted to control the center and treated management and leaders in this Center without respect it needed. Our culture was way different then theirs so it seems everyone from Tuscon (management) cried wolf to upper management and closed it. You have to either adapt or crash. Commission went down, new structure horrible

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    4. 2.0
      Former Employee

      D&B's Core Competency -- Expense Cuts and Headcount Reduction

      Apr 25, 2010 - Product Management in Short Hills, NJ
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      Pros

      D&B is a near-monopoly with a strong competitive advantage in the underlying data it uses to create its business database. While the business is currently limited to Risk Management Solutions, Supply Management Solutions and Sales & Marketing Solutions, this business can extend into many areas that are yet untapped. Pay is generally higher here than for similar jobs elsewhere. There are a lot of smart, fun folks working here too.

      Cons

      Good times and bad, D&B is in a constant state of reorganization, cost cutting and headcount elimination. It's typical to average a new job role every 9 months and to have a new direct leader every 6 to 9 months. Roles that involve management of projects are riddled with project starts, stops, and restarts as part of the ongoing expense management. D&B is a place where your individual results are less important than how you present yourself. It takes a while to figure it out, but it's sort of a dilbert-land, where if you're checking off completed tasks you're a winner -- even if they were the wrong tasks to begin with. Messages from senior management are full of hypocritical double-speak, but many folks are unable to see it.

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      5 people found this review helpful
    5. 2.0
      Current Employee, more than 10 years

      Colossal mismanagement is destroying a once-proud industry giant

      Jan 10, 2016 - Sales Executive 
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      Pros

      The people and the potential. With proper management and implementation of an operational business model that moves away from a culture of checklists and spreadsheets, D&B could be great once again. It has a deep reservoir of smart, passionate and creative people, but they are steadily leaving or being forced out of the company with broken spirits.

      Cons

      Senior management's 'vision' (if there really is one) is not supported by the actual resources D&B has at hand, and priorities are unclear or unrealistic. Issue #1 is that D&B's raw data quality has steady declined over the past 15 years, and the quality gap between D&B and it's competitors has shrunk to nearly zero, yet D&B keeps trying to sell hamburger at steak prices. Fix the data and develop products that the customer market needs, vs. what back office product designers think would be "fun to build". D&B is in terrible denial about the quality and value of its offerings to the market, and senior management has completely failed to take advantage of its greatest source for insight and market information - its field sales staff.

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      11 people found this review helpful
    6. 4.0
      Former Employee

      Global IT Compliance Lead

      Mar 2, 2017 - Anonymous Employee 
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      Pros

      Company is Great and the culture is good.

      Cons

      Individuals have too much power. It is a high school popularity contest. People all like you when you're hot but if one person turns everyone shuns you for no reason. Senior management don't really know what's going on.

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    7. 3.0
      Current Employee

      Great people, good pay, but no long-term vision.

      Apr 9, 2009 - Senior Product Director in Short Hills, NJ
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      Pros

      Co-workers are talented, motivated, team players, and generally nice.

      Cons

      Too much of a focus on hitting quarterly revenue and operating income objectives, not enough focus on long-term investment, or what will best serve our customers. Has been and will continue to be a customer dissatisfier. Also, morale is down after series of layoffs, because everyone is working at their limit but it doesn't feel like senior management notices or cares.

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    8. 4.0
      Current Employee, more than 8 years

      Good

      Dec 27, 2013 - Sales in Parsippany, NJ
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      Pros

      Great people and very respected brand name.

      Cons

      Senior management and the sales force are stuck in an endless cycle of forecasting

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      1 person found this review helpful
    9. 4.0
      Former Employee, more than 5 years

      Sales Executive

      Apr 1, 2016 - Anonymous Employee in Center Valley, PA
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      Pros

      Good team members and strong family culture.

      Cons

      Senior management - too much - too many and changing GTM strategies too often.

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    10. 4.0
      Former Employee, more than 10 years

      Former Employee Loved Time at D&B

      Jun 20, 2014 - Vice President in Tucson, AZ
      Recommend
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      Pros

      Associate/employee friendly. Good feedback and evaluation tools. Training was

      Cons

      On-going senior management vision, was a problem.

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