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22 English questions out of 22

6 January 2019

How are the career development opportunities at Decision Resources Group?

Pros

Good work life balance Great team and people are helpful

Cons

Little micromanagement is frustrating usual politics in to move up the career ladder

usual politics in to move up the career ladder

6 January 2019

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7 July 2019

How are promotions handled at Decision Resources Group?

Pros

Work life balance Good exposure to new technologies

Cons

India HR Heads and Management are not affable. HR Leaders are very manipulative, impractical,dual faced & never do anything good for any employees. Promotions are purely based on preferential treatment,salary hikes are based on apple -polish or selfish motto. DRG India is controlled by Feminist only & the others are a puppet show. If this continues the company will come to a standstill soon.

Advice to Management

I wish the new CEO digs more deeper to figure out the failures in the system before its too late.

Promotions are purely based on preferential treatment,salary hikes are based on apple -polish or selfish motto.

7 July 2019

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11 March 2019

What is the feeling of job security at Decision Resources Group?

Pros

High end laptop configuration Nice work environment

Cons

No Job security Need more process oriented

Advice to Management

The role of the Functional and the operational manager should be clear

No Job security

11 March 2019

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23 August 2018

How are senior leaders perceived at Decision Resources Group?

Pros

DRG is a myriad of businesses, I worked for the UK Bicester office, formerly Abacus International. HQ have a one DRG vision although weren't able to implement a cohesive strategy. The result was a mess. Divisive, one size fits all US thinking, coupled with vacuous local leadership has left Abacus a shadow of its former self. Once growing at an envious rate pre-acquisition, post-acquisition the expansion developed into a glide and although making its numbers (just) changed from a people first ethic into a numbers first, quality second, clients third and staff last environment. Amazingly, local leadership wonder why there was ~40% staff turnover. There was lack of management support and little care about staff well being, erosion of benefits (3 days at Christmas gone), erosion of perks (Christmas parties cancelled), poor local leadership (new local leader promoted over existing 'leader', then incumbent former leader put on leadership course but no less power!!?), . Many staff were turned off by the repetitive instruction: "don't deliver a Rolls Royce when you have sold a Ford". Staff wanted to deliver excellence but were held back by leadership. The business is still propped up by a minority of exceptionally hardworking, local, loyal staff, the rest have left.

Cons

Owner doesn't seem to rate DRG performance: Google: "piramal to sell analytics subsidiary" he implies the poor business performance might trigger a sale. That is likely to trigger more disruption. The back peddling of internal communications indicates concern of how this was received by staff.

Advice to Management

"Train people well enough so they can leave, treat them well enough so they don't want to" Richard Branson

There was lack of management support and little care about staff well being, erosion of benefits (3 days at Christmas gone), erosion of perks (Christmas parties cancelled), poor local leadership (new local leader promoted over existing 'leader', then incumbent former leader put on leadership course but no less power!!?), .

23 August 2018

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11 November 2019

What are some insights into the strategy or vision at Decision Resources Group?

Pros

There are many talented colleagues and opportunities for interesting work

Cons

The strategy for the business and path forward are unclear

The strategy for the business and path forward are unclear

11 November 2019

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