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Principal User Experience (UX) Designer

SuccessFactors Reston, VA

As a member of our User Experience team, you will push your creative, problem-solving and people skills to the fullest. You will work closely with… Glassdoor


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SuccessFactors President, Cloud & On Premise HR Mike Ettling
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    Dog-eat-dog culture.

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    Former Employee - Former Employee in Arlington, VA (US)
    Former Employee - Former Employee in Arlington, VA (US)

    I worked at SuccessFactors full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    I was a former employee at Plateau when we were bought by SuccessFactors. SuccessFactors is a large company with good benefits. The company seems to be very successful and the people I worked with were mostly great, but most of them were former Plateau employees. As Plateau was a good company witha lot of smart, great people, SuccessFactors benefitted by buying Plateau from a personnel standpoint.

    Cons

    As I was a Plateau employee, when we were bought by SuccessFactors, the culture of the company changed almost immediately. The unspoken motto of this company seems to be "throw someone under the bus before they have a chance to throw you." Lots of arrogance, fingerpointing, desperation with little accountability. During our first meeting with our new parent company, the management/execs there from SuccessFactors seemed to be excited about the company but none of it seemed genuine. It was even a little cultish. Also, they have this liberal leave policy where you don't have a set number of Paid Time Off hours. Instead, you ask your supervisor if you can take time off and then you have to make sure your job is being done while you're on vacation, even if that means doing your job on vacation. They try to sell it as this wonderful benefit but, in truth, they just don't want to pay out accrued vacation time to employees who resign.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Be real with employees. Be accountable. Allow employees to have personal lives without expecting them to sacrifice everything to the god of SuccessFactors.

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