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"Intuit, great place to work"

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Current Employee - Manager in Atlanta, GA
Current Employee - Manager in Atlanta, GA
Recommends
Approves of CEO

Pros

Great People, Great Products, Managements ability to see the future

Cons

Hours, work a lot more than normal 40 hours.

Advice to Management

Make sure your Managers are not working their people too hard as well as make sure your compesating them fairly in the market place

Other Employee Reviews for Intuit

  1. "Good place, needs less politics"

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    Former Employee - Software Engineer in Mountain View, CA
    Former Employee - Software Engineer in Mountain View, CA
    Recommends
    Approves of CEO

    Pros

    Good work life balance, Employees care about customers

    Cons

    it seems to be getting more political

    Advice to Management

    Get close to customers


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    "Great company to work at, but slow as molasses to get things done and lead the market"

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    Current Employee - Director, Web Marketing in San Diego, CA
    Current Employee - Director, Web Marketing in San Diego, CA
    Recommends
    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    Flexibility of work schedule and the ability to allow employees the empowerment to work from home. Additionally, everyone is very willig to help each other. Great place for collaborating on projects.

    Cons

    (1) Lack of career development opportunities for Directors and above. (2) Inability to react quickly to market and customer needs (3) lack of innovative ideas outside of core product offerings prohibiting the company's ability to grow at >30% YOY growth and (4) the biggest issue with management is that there is the mindset to "create a plan to get a plan, which correlates back to the second point listed above.

    Advice to Management

    A dramatic shift in culture is needed to get away from Steve Benett's legacy style of management in seeking to have "shared vision" in all forms of communication. This mentality combined with a significatn number of employees who have a tenure of more than 5 years at the company and learned this philosophy of management slows the company down significantly. I have seen more of this at VP level and higher where a "plan to get a plan to get shared vision" is discussed in meetings that last on average anywhere between 2-3 hours. Recommend Intuit rotate the crops and get some of the legacy VPs and SVPs out of the company.

    Intuit also needs to reinvest in itself more heavily in business models outside of global, mobile (this one is a crock of crap), and social and focus less heavily on sacrificing "resources" (i.e. headcount) at the expense of reinvestment. Aside from Globalization their strategy is flawed to deliver significant YOY revenue and turn this company into a major growth stock.

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