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    1. 2.0
      Jan 18, 2016
      Anonymous Employee
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      Nice work environment. Easy commute for those living near Manchester, NH. On-site cafe for breakfast / lunch. IT offers both Mac and PCs. Benefits package good compared to similar companies (but salary lower). If you're willing to ignore the cons below and and are okay with maybe a 1-2 years at Dyn, it's not a bad place to go to get experience.


      Dyn has gotten a reputation over the past couple of years as a "burn and churn" company with bad employee morale thanks to regular, on-going "stealth" lay-offs in literally all departments and dismal management communications about why people have left the company, if fact there's zero communication from management about almost anything except claiming how well Dyn is doing. Some on the senior leadership team have side interests and actual businesses distracting them from their Dyn responsibilities. There's a high level of office politicking and in-fighting from a directionless mid-management team. Warning: bring any of this up in your Dyn interview and I'll guarantee that it will be denied ... and you won't be hired either.

      1. 3.0
        Mar 4, 2020
        Anonymous Employee
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        Pay and good work environment


        Benefits, management needs to be better

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