Software Engineer II (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – October 20, 2016
Great place to be through out any phase of your career. Internal promotions, lots of buisness and revenue potential. There is a great deal of transparency from the very top to the bottom. We all stay very well informed of what is coming down the pipeline.
Family friendly, embrace my nerdy side
Management being pulled in different directions can cause confusion for individual contributors
Marketing - small fish in big sales organization pond
Marketing (Former Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – October 13, 2016
Very numbers driven to exceed sales goals. Never enough head count in marketing (everyone doing the work of 2 people) with small marketing budgets. Difficult for work/life balance (many people do not have families). Growth difficult. Supposedly a team environment but seems many people want the "one-up". Some cliques. Marketing management has very high level of standard and excellence with scrutiny. Handful of people in certain verticals are a pleasure to work with. Traveling is exhausting but can be fun. Alpharetta office is stressful (with management overlooking) but has diverse internal events. Range of benefits good but amount to pay for such a large organization not accurate.
Office events, nationwide/global company, diversity, decent pay, range of benefits, smart/educated employees
Lack of promotion opportunities, cliques, not close to equal work/life balance, extremely high level of perfection required
Sales consultant (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – October 2, 2016
This used to be a great company to work for – I loved it for the first 12 years - but things have changed! There have been a lot of senior management changes that brought about restructuring and layoffs. And most importantly/sadly, remaining employees are no longer valued. The company is trying to push them out and is lowering salaries and benefits ... and doing away with flexible schedules and telework. Needless to say, moral is low and attrition high. Think twice before accepting a job - particularly if based on old reviews and past reputation.
This was a great place to work. I was given a queue of projects to manage daily and great care was taken for the most part to ensure that I was never overwhelmed. My co-workers were almost always very nice and always willing to help. The only real problem is that every six months or so the company had massive lay-offs. You were always wondering if you would be next, so it was hard to get comfortable.
Huge campus with lots of ammenities, wonderful people, fun engaging work
Talent Acquisition Specialist, HR (Former Employee) – Duluth, GA – September 18, 2016
Worldwide company that conducted background investigations for pre employment candidates.
I was able to move throughout this company from management to Human Resources and enjoyed the daily challenges working with upper Executives and VIP customers and managers. Dealing with employees one on one was very satisfying as well.
Geat benefits and opportunities with this company.
Manager (Former Employee) – New Jersey – September 13, 2016
Great Benefits and matrix organization. No room for growth with matrix reporting. Senior mgmt. not always aware of productivity. great folks to work with. Each year reduced staff impacts. Still overall a great place to work, challenging.
Legislative Analyst (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – August 26, 2016
They have a fast pace environment, that is constantly changing to adapt to the customer. For those who do not understand this company, they can visit and explore all possibilities with the sales associates, and upper management.
My experience with LexisNexis is that the company provides great salary and benefits, and is a great environment to work in. Training was really tough to come by in the software sector though. I was sort of thrown to the wolves even though they knew I did not have sufficient experience. Overall though, it's a great place to work.
Client Development Manager (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – August 17, 2016
Working for StateNet LexisNexis is like being a part of a family. Laid back atmosphere. Its one of the best place to work as long as you do your job and do it correctly in a timely manner and also contribute to the growth of the company,
Court Analyst (Software Developer, Data Analyst) (Former Employee) – Bellevue, WA – August 7, 2016
Everyone is nice here. It's a large company. Employees are compensated well. Benefits are good. The main office is in Dayton, Ohio. The company structure is constantly changing and the future goal isn't necessarily well communicated.
Project Technical Lead (Current Employee) – Dayton, OH – July 26, 2016
Lexis Nexis provides collaborative environment for contractors and employees to work together as a single team. Transparency with senior team members and ample opportunities to express your understanding.
Sales Operations Support Executive (Former Employee) – Home Based – June 29, 2016
There is a good balance of team work, and working on your own initiative. Valuing people is one of the core values of the business, and this is reflected in flexibility, work/life balance, excellent benefits and opportunities to build on personal learning. There are boundless opportunities to move within the organisation if you are UK based.
Massive change taking place, so job security is an issue