On average, employees at Dun & Bradstreet give their company a 3.8 rating out of 5.0 - which is 3% lower than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Dun & Bradstreet employees are Account Executives submitting an average rating of 3.9 and Relationship Managers with a rating of 3.4.
"I know why the clam is happy."
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"Okay. I know why the clam is happy."
"highly adaptable business"
"Pros - The people I have worked with are great. Certain teams are structured well. Cons - Lack of communication up the ladder. Constant layoffs and organizational changes."
"I have worked with Dun & Bradstreet for a year and 5 months. Within that time I have migrated 10,000 plus accounts over to new system"
"DNB offers a great company culture and great people."
"I've worked for Dun & Bradstreet a little over a year and have seen tremendous change with the new leadership taking over. Change is a way of life here and positive outcomes are on the horizon."
"Awesome Company to work with."
"I've had a lot of consulting assignments and permanent positions over my 40+ year career. A few I can say I have actually enjoyed, and this is certainly one of them. I'm challenged, but not overwhelmed. They set goals designed to stretch but not break you. And the professionalism is on par with AT&T at its best. The respect they show for one another is just the icing on the proverbial cake. I hope to retire from here."
"This is a big company with the trials and tribulations associated with that environment - it takes a while to get most things done. Further, there have been several re-orgs in recent years which have given the experience of a chaotic feeling at times. Having said that, there are amazing, hard-working, smart people who work here, and they make employment by this company a good experience."
"I've been at D&B for about two years. It's an old company (170 years) and it does show its age. Very corporate, very set in its ways, but it's trying hard to catch up to the new business world."
"I began working at DNBCC in 2010. It is a burn and churn shop. It wasn't always so. They have a 150% attrition rate over a 9 month period of time. Knowing that going in will help. It's chaotic, and they change policies and prices often. You must stay compliant or it will affect your pay. It can be lots of fun for a young person just getting started but the pressure is great. If you are a professional in sales, I recommend staying away, they do not act professionally in the office, they act like a college frat house. Taco and donut eating contests for MVP, loud music and yelling all day long to keep up motivation. The money can be amazing if you figure out the job in time. But you are always, only as good as your last month."
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