Senior Field Associate (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – November 12, 2015
I would not recommend anyone to work for this company. It wasn't until I went to work for NEC that I realize how much verbal abuse I would take. The biggest problem was the manager who were NOT in Charge of me would not acknowledge any good deeds complete. Example: letters from customers that were positive were to be rewarded by a 75.00 check. I was told by a customer that they wrote a glowing letter and did I see it. No, but weeks later I found it on the ground next to the trash. Why would anyone do that is beyond me.
Incredible learning and career building experience
Technical Associate (Former Employee) – San Diego California – January 6, 2015
Nexus not only cares for its employees, it has proven to help me develop mentally and further pursue my goals. The onsite experience given as well as direction from the lead engineers has proven to be the most influential and productive way of learning.
Sales & Office Administrator (Former Employee) – Renton, WA – June 1, 2014
I loved working at Nexus IS. I looked forward to coming to the office every day. I worked there for almost 4 years and every day was a pleasure. I have lifelong friends as a result and learned so much from being there. I wore several different hats while I was there and I loved what I did. Definitely a 5 star in my opinion. I would work there again if I had the opportunity to.
COMMERCIAL ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – April 29, 2014
Good company - but with comments. The management team is very effective, but Nexus does have a certain culture that is pervasive throughout sales, support, and implementation groups. It's not a bad culture -- but there isn't a lot of room or value for employees who may not readily fit into that culture. I'll put it this way, it's more challenging to work there if you're not comfortable with that type of culture.
Technical support team, Pre sales support, post-sales support, implementation team
There's a specific culture at Nexus (and it's not a bad culture), but it's best if you fit into that culture