Great Products, Bad Micromanagement
Sr. Systems Consultant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – December 12, 2012
The company is full of great people, and great employees, but a top-down, hierarchal structure is initiated from the CEO and is felt by everyone else. The system thrives on micromanagement and too much authority being placed on a few members of management. Management structure does not match that of a services company.
good work/life balance, good co-workers
bad micro-management, bad vision insurance, ny office lacks hands-on feel from hq