Senior Industry Analyst (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – February 21, 2017
Dataquest was a great place to work. Great work ethic, committed people, management that listened to employees. Innovative. Enjoyed innovativating on new products and talking to customers. enjoyed wworking with colleagues to solve ustomer issues. Hardest part was launching products as planned.
Intern, Financial Services (Former Employee) – Short Hills, NJ – March 14, 2017
I worked here as an intern and learned a lot about the financial perspective of the company. My mentor was extremely patient and very knowledgeable about the company. I really appreciated this opportunity.
Executive Secretary (Former Employee) – Florham Park, NJ – January 26, 2017
Enjoyed working for the company. Only left to have my daughter. Job very flexible. People great to work with and for. Loved having my own territory and meeting people every day on the road. Gave me a sense of confidence achieving my numbers and sales quotas.
Senior Financial Analyst (Current Employee) – Short Hills, NJ – September 19, 2016
Finance department needs to catchup to the overall company culture. Every project/process is expected to be done ASAP...everything is always urgent and important. Work-life balance can deteriorate depending on your manager. Great place to start a career & learn technical & analytical skills. Co-workers are friendly and easy to get along with for the most part. Most enjoyable part of the job - learning new things. There is ALWAYS something to do.
HR needs to get out of its own way in order to keep the great talent that is already there. Compensation & benefits aren't dependent on your skillset or input, but rather on what HR dictates.
semi-formal to casual dress code; mostly nice co-workers
Compensation/Benefits; internal politics in mid-senior management
Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Center Valley, PA – September 7, 2016
Company constantly reorganizes meaning layoffs on a regular basis. Senior leadership changes about every 18 -24 months and new leaders feel the need to put a "stamp" on the organization for no reason other than change. The company invests very little in existing products which leads to low growth. Cash is king as it allows the company to purchase back stock which in turn increases EPS and in turn senior leader compensation
Credit Advisor (Current Employee) – Center Valley, PA – August 25, 2016
I would say this job is very rewarding given that you succeed & surpass all expectations set before you. It is a high stress job & if you don't have the mental strength to get through it i wouldn't recommend this job with someone of that mindset.
free food, free coffee, ping pong table, great incentives, a lot of money, tons of room for advancement
high commission goals, high turn over rate, stressful environment, not a consecutive pay check