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Updated 16 Sept 2023

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    1. 1.0
      12 Jul 2018
      Former Employee, less than 1 year
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      Company culture isn’t bad, company goals are to become 100% paperless, job is not too difficult, good experience for college grads which will lead to better recruiting jobs, lots of opportunities for entry level office positions, nice offices. Most offices run 8-5 or 9-5 with weekends and holidays off.


      Pay is SIGNIFICANTLY below the market range for the position, offices are located outside of the city they represent to save money. They expect you to have a college degree but don’t even pay you enough for you to afford living expenses and student loan payments. In the interview you hear about bonuses and raises but they set the goals you need in order to get either of those so high you can’t reach them so they never have to pay you more than the crappy salary you have. It’s all about numbers, but they set your goal so high you never can reach it. If you do reach it, it’s because you’re doing work beyond your job duties and working unpaid off the clock OR hiring people who aren’t even good workers. Recruiters have to hire 200+ people before they are able to earn a living wage (still below the market pay) which will easily take close to 2 years or maybe even longer depending on which office you’re in. By the way, their health insurance plan is a fixed indemnity plan...if you need health insurance and you want it through work, you should probably look into fixed indemnity plans before you apply. They are awful. The PTO is garbage too. Vacation and sick are in one group and it takes forever to build it up. Turnover is high for a reason here.

      1. 2.0
        26 Aug 2019
        Anonymous Employee
        Former Employee
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        Nice corporate building Great perks such as the gym and meadowink memberships


        Let’s start with the turnover rate which is currently at 80%. In the time that I was there I saw 10 internal employees quit in the month of June and 20 internal employees in the month of July that is 30 total employees in 2 months, that in itself should turn you away from this company. Every employee is seen as disposable which is a shame and nobody is appreciated. The CEO hides this image through his nice corporate office and the benefits which he offers (the gym and meadowink memberships). Instead of putting his time into these things which really only the corporate office can use since all other offices are far away, he should pay his employees fairly. The average salary at Dna is 30k which is no where near enough to live especially if you have a family. I also watched 5 offices close down in 7 months which left a ton of employees jobless. The marketing team would send out Skype messages to internal employees asking them if they could leave a good review because they noticed that the bad reviews are starting to take over. There really isn’t much room for advancement in this company because they set goals that are unattainable for every office. The only way you will advance is if you kiss upper managements behind. The benefits are horrible, the CEO doesn’t even use our health insurance and they don’t offer sick days. There is a department within corporate that I watched call their nurses every curse word that you could imagine and they get away with it. This company is not a company that you want to work for. Listen to the bad reviews on here because they are true.

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