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30+ days ago

Technical Account Specailist

Polycom, Inc. Westminster, CO

s, log files, configuration data, and analyze them in order to determine root cause of problems and finding solutions. 5. Maintain… Polycom, Inc.

18 days ago


Polycom, Inc. Beijing

× Able to consolidate information for next analyst step. Qualifications 3+ years work experience × Major in finance/accounting or related fields… Polycom, Inc.

25 days ago

UK Facilities Coordinator

Polycom, Inc. Slough, Berkshire, South East England, England

· Project manage any changes – to include space planning, design, building works, work station changes, communication plans etc… Polycom, Inc.

30+ days ago

Security Architect - Core, Replacement

Polycom, Inc. India

-The Security Architect will work closely with management to identify risks, threats, vulnerabilities and provide remediation guidance. -Expert… Polycom, Inc.

28 days ago

Senior Director, Investor Relations

Polycom, Inc. San Jose, CA

• Partner with and support the CEO and CFO on investor relations strategy, messaging and outreach. • Develop clear, compelling and consistent… Polycom, Inc.

30+ days ago

Bilingual HR Business Partner, Marketing and Latin America-Austin, TX

Polycom, Inc. Austin, TX

· Provide operational support and guidance to managers of the functional organization on the full range of HR policies and practice, including… Polycom, Inc.

30+ days ago

Elite Support Engineer

Polycom, Inc. Slough, Berkshire, South East England, England

will include, but are not limited to the following: 1. Interface with and manage assigned customers to resolve technical issues on Polycom… Polycom, Inc.

30+ days ago

CBM- Systems Integrators & Federal Channels

Polycom, Inc. USA, Washington, D.C, Working From Home

activities outside of large RFPs or programs (i.e. alignment of Fed SI reps and Polycom reps working… Polycom, Inc.

30+ days ago

Channel Operations Specialist

Polycom, Inc. Herndon, VA

Include: · Manage Deal Registration process for Americas and lead development of Deal Registration best practices globally · Work with senior… Polycom, Inc.

30+ days ago

UX Designer

Polycom, Inc. India

based on collected user requirements, use cases, and business objectives. mso-list:l0 level1 lfo… Polycom, Inc.

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    Good people, useful products, stupid / non-existent contract-to-hire policy.

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    Current Contractor - Anonymous Contractor
    Current Contractor - Anonymous Contractor

    I have been working at Polycom as a contractor (less than a year)


    Unlike a lot of tech companies who make things that no one really needs, Polycom develops many products that are actually useful to many businesses in today's global, technology-driven work environment. The liberal work-from-home policy is also a big plus, and the company's video collaboration software make it easy to stay connected to co-workers and teams, even with people working from home and from different offices.


    The policy of cycling in contractors to do permanent and ongoing work is counter-productive and simply a bad business practice. Contractors are hired with the promise of permanent work, yet once in place, even for those who by all accounts are smart, dedicated, and delivering high-quality work on time, there's no path to permanent employment and no process for approval of permanent employees from contract. Contractors get cut loose after exactly one year of contract employment, regardless of where they happen to be in the development cycle. Then the company back-fills the position with yet another contractor, who may or may not be as competent as the one being replaced. Team leads then spend valuable time training a new contract employee to work for 365 days and then get cut loose, repeating the cycle over and over.

    Not having to pay benefits for a group of employees may look good on a spreadsheet, but it's terrible for team cohesion and productivity, and it's probably not so great for Polycom's already suffering reputation.

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    When you find good people, hire them.

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