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- CEOCliff Skelton
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenue$1B to $5B (USD)
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This place is a mess. 1. They're currently cutting benefits, like the company match on the 401(k) and the $50/mo. "incentive" for non-smokers. Last time this happened (before the sale to Xerox), they made us take 2 weeks of furlough and cut our salaries by 2%. 2. Annual raises are few and far between. This year was 0-1%. Last year they promised big raises for top performers and then forced managers to reduce the ratings so nobody was eligible. 3. They do not give raises for promotions or internal transfers, so nobody wants to move up to do more work for the same money. But if you refuse the promotion, they'll just call you a "team lead" and make you do the extra work for no money AND no title. 4. Capture pool has been eliminated so there are no bonuses for winning new business. 5. They've been closing & consolidating office locations, often moving into buildings 50+ miles away, which was fine for a while because a lot of us worked remotely. In fact, they were named one of the best places to work remotely. Then, a month later, they announced that all remote work was ending and everyone had to be in the office every day (at the office that moved 50 miles away) 6. They are constantly laying people off and replacing them with people overseas. I was in the middle of a project and half my team disappeared with no warning. 7. They are getting rid of all the offices and going to open floorplan with bench seating. It's physically draining and very hard to get any work done. 8. Google the company name and you'll see they're in the middle of several big lawsuits for breach of contract (like Florida SunPass and Texas Medicaid). 9. There is no stability. They reorg about once a year. That manager you liked? Sorry, you've got a new one now. Or you get demoted. Or promoted (but with no raise). 10. In my office, if you wanted coffee, you had to buy a Keurig pod from the vending machine (or bring one from home), then pay 25 cents to use the machine to heat it up. Seriously, I feel sorry for new employees. I assume most of them are desperate and unemployed because who would leave a good job to work here? I stay because I get 4 weeks of vacation, I work remotely full time, and I'm scared of ending up some place worse.
Proposal Manager in Germantown, MD
on April 19, 2019
It’s a great gig I just feel like the pay should be more for the things you have to put up with . I was promoted and it was like pulling teeth to get the raise that came with the promotion. But overall a great environment and management depending the department
Insurance Specialist III in Anchorage, AK
on September 16, 2021
Working at conduent can be challenging. Depending on the client there will be numbers you have to hit or corrective action can be placed. High turnover rate
Technical Support Specialist in Raleigh, NC
on September 16, 2021
They will change your schedule without no knowledge, no conversation, they are very unsupportive of the employees I would not recommend this job to anyone. Please don’t do it. This company is by far the worst job I ever worked for.
Advisor in At home
on September 16, 2021
Run! Only got 1 raise, office manager was a cheapskate, they were not inclusive, computers and operating system were outdated always had to restart my computer, no room to grow, always had stuff dumped on me at the last minute expecting it to get done, wasn't challenged enough, never had any Christmas parties before covid, management waited till last minute to try and get space for party but failed miserably, wouldn't give living wages, was not paid for how hard I worked
Claims Specialist I in Anchorage, AK
on September 14, 2021
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