Working at LexisNexis

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Ratings for LexisNexis

  • Appreciation
    3.4
  • Company Outlook
    3.8
  • Fair Pay
    2.6
  • Learning and Development
    3.5
  • Manager Communication
    3.6
  • Manager Relationship
    4.0
  • Pay Transparency
    2.2
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LexisNexis Reviews

What is it like working at LexisNexis?

Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) in Raleigh:
Pros: - Able to work with AWS. - Company will invest in your continuing education. - Pay and benefits are competitive for market. Cons: - Culture of complacency where no one really tries to fix the problems, just patch them up enough to move on to the next thing. - Change happens at an astronomically slow pace. - Testing seems to be practically non-existent.
Great Place to Learn and work.
Information Security Engineer in Atlanta:
Pros: Opportunities
Cons: Schedule
Good ol' boys club.
Senior Account Manager in Atlanta:
Pros: I love that LexisNexis the company encourages it's employee to grow and develop.
Cons: Sales Management
Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Manager in Durban:
Pros: We are not micromanaged and are given the ability to work independently with very little supervision.
Cons: Salaries should be the same across the border for individuals in the same field
Very busy.
Pricing Analyst in Dayton:
Pros: Helping fix processes that need improvement
Cons: Poor leadership
Senior Legal Analyst in Layton:
Pay raises are non existent. There is no COLA or bonus program either. Benefits are just so so. However the people are wonderful and there is great flexibility. I would not recommend here if you are looking for good money. If you need a supportive work environment it is great.
My boss told me I do the work of 5 people.
Pricing Analyst in Dayton:
Pros: I can work from home now, tuition assistance
Cons: How I do the work of 5 people and my counterpart does bare bones work with over double pay