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30+ days ago

PEGA Systems Architect

Fuze Toronto

•Pega Software Design and Implementation •Architecting and designing business applications using Pega PRPC and other Pega Frameworks. •Understand and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

DZ Drivers

Fuze Mississauga

Great Company is looking for a DZ Driver to join their team! Company is offering -Great pay $17/hr -Day Shift -Room for growth Qualifications Must… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Professional Receptionist - Aerospace 20-25$h

Fuze United States

• Answer incoming calls • Handling outgoing/incoming mail • Document processing and filing • Booking conference rooms for clients • Emailing… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Assembly Associates

Fuze Mississauga

Wanted!!!! Assembly workers for my client in Mississauga. Days - $12 Afternoons and Nights $13.50 Working with electronics Must be comfortable… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Technicien Administratif

Fuze Montreal

Notre client, un leader national au niveau des assurances, est présentement la recherche d'un Technicien Administratif pour compléter leur équipe… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Project Manager / Customer Service

Fuze Montreal

- Manage multiple projects while working with internal departments to ensure a timely and successful completion. - Manage all aspects of the order… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Crown Reach Drivers for Great Company!

Fuze Brampton

If you have a minimum of 2-3 years experience in operating a Crown Reach Truck, please email your resume to… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Electro Technicien

Fuze Saint-Jérôme

• Respecter la politique de résidence en vigueur. • 3 5 années dexpérience… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Law Clerk

Fuze Toronto

•Preparation and drafting of correspondence and legal documents (including motion records, pre-trial/mediation memos, pleadings, affidavits of… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Réceptionniste / adjointe administrative - Receptionist / Administrative Assista

Fuze Montreal

Fuze HR possède toujours des postes de réceptionniste et adjointe administrative. Si vous ne voyez pas une position en cours au sein de nos… Glassdoor

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    I worked at Fuze full-time


    free food/ free liquor
    gym subsidy
    Office locations in SF, Palo Alto and Seattle


    Political, high-stress, chaotic, toxic work environment
    Management by fiat, fear and being passive aggressive
    Very little done to retain good employees. High churn rate.
    No bonuses
    No annual raises
    The free food is often mediocre quality and unhealthy; it seems like it's done mostly to keep the worker bees onsite
    "Unlimited PTO" - Hardly. It just means you don't accrue vacation time as an earned benefit
    "Perks" like Friday lunches are referred by management as "Culture"
    Telecommuting not allowed for some departments (hypocritical/odd considering their marketing/product)
    No professional development
    No transparency re stock options
    There's almost no marketing of the product. Fuze continues to be a small player in a big market.
    Continual quality/reliability issues with the product and service.
    Poor communication re sales. It is not clear whether the infusion of all the ex-Yammer and ex-Salesforce people are making a difference.
    The CEO is a high-energy, big ego, slick-talking ex-sales guy who talks a big game. Only time will tell if he can walk the talk. This is his first gig as CEO. He joined Yammer only eight months prior to the Microsoft acquisition, so most of his experience is really from being in sales at Salesforce.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Time for some self inspection and possibly some executive resignations. Great leaders who build things check their egos at the door and allow the team to work without looking over their shoulders. Operating a culture of fear and expendability is unprofessional and counter productive.

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