Ivy Exec
49 W38th Street, Floor 12A New York NY 10016
Customer Support 1 (888) 551-3444 Toll Free
Customer Support (212) 431-3969
Elena Bajic
2006

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Recommend to a friend

67%

Say this is a great place to work

71%

Proud to have on resume

78%

Most Helpful Positive Review

Current employee - Manager / Senior Manager

Collaborative, relationship-based culture; building relationships is critical to success here.

Most Helpful Critical Review

Former employee - Manager / Senior Manager

You will work to the ground - but you can learn and grow tremendously if kept in the right context. My core leadership skills were developed long before I came to this company but from a business standpoint this company honed my skills to a fine edge

Former employee - Analyst / Associate

It is a lovely company. Wouldn't change a thing there.

Former employee - Analyst / Associate

Office is diverse.

Former employee - Analyst / Associate

Best things about the company are the people, courtesy and cooperation.

Former employee - Manager / Senior Manager

I would not return to the Legal and Compliance Organization due to terrible leadership.

Former employee - Manager / Senior Manager

The Intuit culture was great, the group I worked in was awful.

Former employee - Director

Very bureaucratic work culture.

Former employee - Director

Intuit is an insular place made up of leaders who love to protect their fiefdoms -- this company puts the "cult" in culture. If you did not grow up and come into leadership as a classmate of the current leaders, it is very, very, difficult to get your recommendations for change heard, let alone adopted. Ever heard of the term "Midwest Nice"? Folks will be nice to your face, and as you turn away they will drive the knife in very deep and convince others to join in on the fun. Second-rate, bush league approach will catch up to them as more nimble, talented competitors continue to scale and attract customers.

Former employee - Director

This place reminds me of high school in the worst way. Very clique oriented; boys club re: senior leadership; if you're not a member of the "in club" from day 1, it will be very difficult for you to join, integrate, and be accepted.

Former employee - Director

They claim their culture is a strength. They claim you can "bring your whole self to work." I say you may do so, but it will be at your own peril. Their culture is like a high school clique that pats itself on the back and tells itself how great it is. Don't buy it.

Former employee - Manager / Senior Manager

Changes are needed in the constant churn of leaders in higher level positions (C-Suite) and the extreme level of competition for "office"

Former employee - Manager / Senior Manager

You will work to the ground - but you can learn and grow tremendously if kept in the right context. My core leadership skills were developed long before I came to this company but from a business standpoint this company honed my skills to a fine edge

Former employee - Manager / Senior Manager

Has a good number of Type A personalities. The benefits and pay were top notch. The workload as a senior manager/director was NOT work/family balanced. If you wanted to get ahead and get promoted you couldn't work under 60 hours a week including weekends always tied to your phone.

Current employee - Manager / Senior Manager

Collaborative, relationship-based culture; building relationships is critical to success here.

Current employee - Manager / Senior Manager

Innovative, creative, supportive, inclusive, curious work culture.