OEConnection Employee Reviews about "upper management"
Updated 3 Dec 2021
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"OEC is a great place to work with a true family/work life balance" (in 25 reviews)
"Surrounded by great people working toward a common(ish) goal" (in 11 reviews)
"Upper management is very distant" (in 5 reviews)
"Senior management don't have a clue" (in 5 reviews)
Senior Test Automation Engineer
I have a joined a reputed product based company. The system is Lil complex and they are going to change the entire system into new. The problem is neither they have given me the KT about the application and no-one has any answers to my questions. I am not sure how I will achieve to make it as new system without knowing the existing system. Should I continue the or leave after 1.5 months? I am confident that I can find another job. Please let me know your thoughts.
*** Need help fishes **** Hi Nokia people, I had opted for company accomodation, so initially I paid hotel expenses. Now I have raised claim reimbursement request and it got approved as well and my request status shows "Hard Copy review" Is anyone aware how many days it takes for 'sent to payment' status? If anyone know about this please let me know. Thanks Nokia
Off topic Need help if anyone faced same issue in passport. My police verification is complete and status on portal is not changing since 3 weeks "Police verification report is under review at RPO" If anyone faced same issue. Appreciate some pointers what can be done from my side. P.S I already filed RTI yesterday with MEA Twitter to rpo but no response. Emailed but no response
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- Former Employee, more than 3 years★★★★★
OEC Used to Be a Contender3 Dec 2021 - Customer Support Representative in Richfield, OHRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Most employees are friendly and happy to help others, although most roles being remote has changed the dynamic. I believe that at one time management wanted to help employees grow and move up, but at this point the company is all about making more money and taking on more business.
A complete upper management overhaul and a struggle to be a continuing top competitor in the tech industry has led to much of the staff across the company taking their leave without notice. Pay has significantly decreased for new hires compared to when I started a few years ago, PTO and benefits continue to decline in caliber and quality, and the overall environment has changed from familial and professionally diverse to that of just a call center with overworked employees and impossible expectations.Continue reading
As we are growing global sales focused company we can appreciate that time was taken to provide feedback both positive feedback and the advice to management. We appreciate that each employee brings value to their team and to the company as a whole. We have been working with the management team members to review the feedback provided through the most recent employee engagement survey and develop steps & programs to implement these changes. We have been working with the entire company to implement our new Guiding Principles to further enhance the OEC culture across the global. Amanda Flood Employee Experience Specialist OEC
- Former Employee, more than 3 years★★★★★
Avoid. Just avoid.6 Jul 2020 - Developer in Newbury, EnglandRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Some of the best, most talented developers and data analysts that I've had the pleasure to work with. The sort of people who inspire you to do better. Pay is quite good. Other benefits are negligible.
Let's start with upper management, who, with a few exceptions, were the magical trifecta of inept, ignorant and arrogant. Avaricious salespeople promoted far beyond their competency level who are unwilling and unable to comprehend what their technical staff would actually do. The technology itself had promise. Some very talented people poured a huge amount of time and effort into it. Unfortunately, this went unrecognised within the company. Half finished solutions were rushed out of the door to make a quick buck. Developers would spend the majority of their time firefighting. Fixing bugs that should've never made it into production, providing low level tech support to the telesales team, and expend huge amounts of effort simply keeping the system running. What was meant to be a laissez faire environment went totally unchecked by lower management and team leaders. Cliques were common, tears were common, and valid concerns were dismissed as "banter" and "just the motor trade". Finally, for a company with a business model that is essentially eliminating inefficiency, they were staggeringly inefficient. Salespeople would swoop over new opportunities like vultures. Not communicating with each other about what was sold to who. More times than I can count I'd be told to work on a new feature, only to be told the following day to stop work and start on something else. A week later....back to the original feature, followed by inevitable "Why isn't it done yet?! You said it'd only take a day" conversation.Continue reading
- Former Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★
Antiquated culture & product (with a dash of chauvinism for flavor)3 Jan 2019 - Business Development Representative in Richfield, OHRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
- A fair amount of autonomy in the role - Fairly well-known in the prospective market - The work space is nice, with a gym and cafe in the building
- CEO and much of the upper management lead through fear - An antiquated product that (with few exceptions) does NOT deliver on expectations - Selling into a highly-saturated market with a legacy of unfulfilled promises. I.E. most customers have or have had a product from OEC that did not deliver the ROI promised.Continue reading
- Current Employee★★★★★
A growing, well-run company with great benefits10 Dec 2011 - in Richfield, OHRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
160 hours vacation time from date of hire; tuition reimbursement, career training emphasis, profit sharing,referral bonus, community outreach opportunities.
Too few women and minorities in upper management;Continue reading
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