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21 days ago

Automotive State Relations Manager

Experian Americas Washington, DC

• Maintains current and complete contracts with all states. Handles data contract negotiations with the states including the terms and price of the… Experian Americas


21 days ago

Sales Associate I Federal

Experian Americas Washington, DC

The role of the Sales Associate is to perform sales and support activities for Experian's clients in order to develop business relationships and… Experian Americas


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Craig Boundy
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    Too much change

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Costa Mesa, CA (US)
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Costa Mesa, CA (US)

    I worked at Experian Americas full-time for more than 8 years

    Pros

    Great colleagues, excellent pay and benefits. Most of the time, the work is quite interesting.

    Cons

    Too much change over the last year. During the recession there were lots of lay-offs and virtually no positions have been refilled. This has led to burnout amongst too many good people. While the work is rewarding and the people are great, the consistent demand to do more with less is going to drive people to leave now that the job market is better.

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    Bottom line focus has led to missed investment opportunities in people and platforms. The company and BOD need to take a longer term view than they currently do so that the company can compete better than it is currently doing.

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