Experian – Chile
1. Contracts. 2. Addendums. 3. Upload of warning and terminations letters. 4. Vacations administration. 5. Training administration legal paperwork… Experian
Experian – Van Buren, AR
Experian Consumer Services enables consumers to manage and protect their personal credit files and to make more informed purchasing decisions… Experian
Experian – Allen, TX
The Call Center Reporting Manager leads a team of analysts that develop and systemically generate reports, quantifies and measures the impact of… Experian
Experian – Costa Mesa, CA
The Product Manager for Global Data Network (GDN) will support the immediate core needs of GDN during launch, as well as continued data load and… Experian
Experian – Scottsdale, AZ
Senior Finance Manager The Sr. Finance Manager/Director of Finance will manage the accounting and financial reporting and analysis functions for 41st… Experian
Experian – Costa Rica
• Critiques customer specifications. Develops and executes project plans including program flows. • Develops mail population segments to meet… Experian
Experian – Allen, TX
The Experian Enterprise Storage Group has a vacancy for a storage team leader who can lead Experians SAN and Backup team. This role will play a… Experian
Experian – Burlington, MA
• Participates in Discovery sessions with Client and Onboarding Team • Identifies any processes needed to optimize client data for CCMP consumption… Experian
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“Has potential to be great, let down by constant cost slashing and Senior Managers' performance & attitudes ”
- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at Experian full-time (more than 10 years)Pros
Worked with a great team of people in the regional office.
Projects I was involved with were generally interesting and challenging.
Had a decent work/life balance
Pension & ShareSave scheme actually quite decent.
Free tea & coffeeCons
Loyalty and ability count for nothing.
Senior Managers' primary goal is saving money. End of.
Bonus scheme is very mean. In the "improved" version of it, March 2013, out of the 3 examples given, under two of them the people were WORSE OFF, than the previous scheme. That's an improvement? And no-one noticed this. Or perhaps they just don't care.
The sense in the office everyone is living on borrowed time.
Senior Manager correspondence throughout the financial year proclaims how well the company is doing. However at the end of the year, when payrises, bonuses etc. are calculated, guess what? Turns out the company wasn't doing quite so well after all. Conclusion? Senior Managers deceive, inveigle and obfuscate.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Figure out how you can increase the share price by NOT making redundancies. How about selling products?Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookNo opinion of CEO