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  1. Hilfreich (5)

    „Beware: Remote analysts paid less than in-office analysts”

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    • Vergütung und Zusatzleistungen
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    Akt. Mitarbeiter - Support Analyst 
    Empfiehlt nicht

    Ich arbeite seit weniger als einem Jahr bei Bullhorn als Vollzeit

    Pros

    There's not much to say here really.

    Kontras

    Bullhorn is very hard to learn, and it's even worse when you're sitting at home with no one to lean over and ask for help. Training does not prepare you in the least. Office perks such as snacks, lunch/breakfast, and monthly outings are non existent for you since you are sitting at home. Support is based in St. Louis so be prepared to work 8-5 St. Louis time. regardless of where you live. And none of that compares... to you being compensated $3000 less than if you worked in the office in St. Louis. The catch is that they are no longer hiring office support so promotion prospects are very slim since the people in the office have so much more experience.

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    Rat an das Management

    Did you think people wouldn't find out or did you not see the inequity here? Either way shame on you!

    Bullhorn2019-05-06

    Reaktion von Bullhorn

    May 8, 2019Senior Vice President, Client Services & Support

    We are committed to providing an incredible employee experience. I am sorry that your experience at Bullhorn has not met that goal. Our pay structure is based on the market ranges within each market we operate. Atlanta, Boston, St. Louis, Work from Home have their comp driven based on the ranges set by the market. It is also important to note that people who commute to the office on a regular basis have out of pocket expenses and commuting time that factors into what the market dictates. Our Work from Home program is new and we are still adapting. We will continue to enhance the training experience and invest in tools and processes to optimize the Work from Home experience.

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  1. „Good place to work”

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    Ehem. Mitarbeiter - Anonymer Mitarbeiter 

    Ich habe für mehr als ein Jahr bei Bullhorn gearbeitet (Vollzeit)

    Pros

    Flexibility, good benefits, good hikes,team outings

    Kontras

    Politics,favourism,no cab facility,overtime work hours

    Bullhorn2019-10-12
  2. „Good Company”

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    Ehem. Mitarbeiter - Software Engineer 
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    Positive Prognose
    Befürwortet Geschäftsführer

    Ich habe für mehr als ein Jahr bei Bullhorn gearbeitet (Vollzeit)

    Pros

    - Good parental leave policy: 3 or 4 months if primary caregiver. This enabled several of my coworkers to have really meaningful time with their newborns, even if they didn't give birth. - Bullhorn promotes from within: There are many people who started in support and are now in development, leading teams, or making product decisions. This might be my favorite thing about Bullhorn. It makes the teams stronger and... smarter and rewards employees, and has a big positive impact on the culture. - Representation in development of women & minorities is better than anywhere else I've worked. Still room to improve, especially in upper-level management. - Management: I had a great experience with my manager; they set the bar for what I expect from management, period. Our feedback loop was quick, informative, and insightful. - R&D upper level management is competent & responsive (and also got promoted from within). - They're flexible and adapting to the idea of remote work reasonably well. - Employee Resource Groups: Allies and Herd are doing great work.

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    Kontras

    - I get the feeling Bullhorn is a bit behind the industry in how it recognizes senior-level engineers. I've felt confused on both sides of the line, learning someone is senior who I would have assumed was mid level and learning someone was mid-level who appeared super senior. On the plus side, management is actively pushing folks toward the next role and being proactive in helping people improve & grow. I... offer the following two cons with the qualification that I think Bullhorn is making progress (and made significant progress while I was there) in empowering employees to fix them: - The technology isn't always the best. It can be a struggle sometimes to feel inspired while working through so much legacy code, or bits of product that were made with no regard to best practices. Sometimes it's great, though! - Development feedback loops are too long; little quality of life things like how long it takes to refresh a build, reload a dev server, deploy to a vm, run tests, etc really add up and lead to frustration. I think a number of people are aware of this but in general the standard is not high enough here, and the people who can fix these things often have too much on their plates already. An initiative was announced recently to start spending sprint time to address issues that might include issues like this, and I hope that is where they'll focus. The payoff in terms of productivity would be absolutely huge.

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    There are considerable gains to be made in productivity by improving little things, tightening feedback loops, and writing cleaner code. I think it requires raising the bar of technical excellence and nudging development culture more in the direction of doing things the right way vs. getting it shipped. I experienced so many instances where I had a much harder problem to solve for a simple feature because someone... chose the "get it shipped" route for a short-term gain and a long-term loss. Sometimes it's the right call to get it shipped! It can't always be the right call. Find ways to support people who have intersecting underrepresented identities e.g. a person of color who is disabled and LGBT. They're doing a lot more work to just exist in the office than you probably realize and they need you to be literate about issues they may be facing and to have your support. Keep sticking to your values as you have been! It was a pleasure working at Bullhorn and I'd consider coming back.

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    Bullhorn2019-10-11

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