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    1. 2.0
      May 25, 2018
      Anonymous Employee
      Former Employee, more than 1 year
      Warrendale, PA
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      The Sales and Marketing teams are top notch. It's a nice, casual, work environment. Has a committee focused on employee well-being. The experience you can get is invaluable. A good place for entry level individuals looking to transition to a new field. Decent retirement plans (employer match). There are very intelligent coworkers you are able to learn from.


      Depending on where you will sit at the company, you may or may not see much of my opinions, which will be detailed below. Money: The pay is below average unless you're a very experienced hire (again, depends on department). It is very disheartening to hear occasional bragging about how much money is made in certain departments. Workplace: The physical environment is nice, but when it comes to the workplace atmosphere it turns sour. Promoting sour employees into management positions (in most cases) just perpetuates the cycle. Turnover remains low within the management tier and can explain why turnover remains fairly high in some of the other departments. Zero communication exists between departments resulting in no one being on the same page for meetings or projects. Experience: This place loves the trial-by-fire methodology. You're thrown in quick and if you can't get caught'll quickly get burnt out. Self education is encouraged, in some cases manditory, and always at your own expense. Other areas: You don't get a choice between different healthcare plans and the available one is expensive. Too many false promises exist internally & externally. Employee cleanliness.

      1. 2.0
        Aug 18, 2016
        Former Employee
        Warrendale, PA
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        -No experience needed for DOC -Training is provided -You are exposed to many different environments which is good for your resume -Vacation/holiday time is great (as long as you're not in the DOC) -Some DBAs are very helpful


        Where do I begin? Turnover is high. Morale is at an all time low, and management doesn't seem to care. They would rather have issues go away rather than fix them. The DOC is treated terribly. You are the first line of defense, and have MANY responsibilities. You can handle 99 of 100 issues perfectly, and you will be remembered for that one mistake you made. All you need to do is walk through any DBA team area (specifically SQL) and hear the DBAs making fun of a specialist for an issue they couldn't resolve. Communication is terrible between teams, and when something is dropped it conveniently falls on the DOC somehow. Team Leads actively talk negatively about the company during shift, play games on their phones, and leave the DOC room for long periods of time leaving the shift specialists to make judgement calls. Pay is low, both for DOC and DBAs. The software that you are expected to use day to day doesn't function properly. The wiki documentation is terrible, and RDX seems to act like it is not an issue. One of my first memories was a manager telling us to 'not go on glassdoor and bash the company'. I don't believe the negative reviews are people bashing the company, they are simply speaking on their experiences which happened to be negative.

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