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Beyond miserable.

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Completely horrible. It's so awful, the execs won't mention our employee satisfaction survey results. Many employees I work with actually hope they lose their job to the Philippines/receive a small severance package just to get out. How sad is that?!

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One word...toxic. LN used to be a wonderful company until 6 or 7 years ago. Jobs going to the Philippines and a billion dollars spent on Lexis Advance leaves zero money for anyone who has managed to hold a job. Twice we received nothing for an annual raise & benefits get worse every year. Cost cutting measures have not only hurt employees, but have impacted our customers as well. We have lost many and I don't see it changing.

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Extremely stressful!! Most jobs are being sent to the Philippines, so until each job is transitioned, we're required to train the employees in Iloilo and Manila. Was excruciatingly painful attempting to train them!

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Gloomy and depressing since so many jobs are being sent to the Philippines. My colleagues vent to each other daily, but dare not say a word to management for fear of retribution. Saying anything negative about our jobs going overseas is not tolerated by the execs. When they finally lose their jobs like all of us worker bees, they may get a clue....

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Very little stress and trying to make your numbers was a little difficult at times.

Answered - Senior Computer Support Technician (Former Employee) - Miamisburg, OH

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Great people, good work environment, solid benefits. Their facilities are above average and technical support is typical for the industry.

Answered - QA Tester (Former Employee) - Dayton, OH

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Peers are nice but management has inflated egos.

Answered - Client Manager (Former Employee) - Philadelphia, PA

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Focus is on cost cutting at the expense of quality.

Answered - Global Content and Project Specialist (Current Employee) - Dayton, OH

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