Business Process Support Analyst, Supply Chain (Former Employee), San Jose, CA – November 13, 2012
A lot to learn about the software world and it would take several years to get comfortable without any software experience. I learned quite a lot about the Global Trade System and software manufacturing. My co workers were very helpful.
Account Development Manager (Current Employee), Orem, UT – October 29, 2012
Pros: free to run my business in a way that is effective for me.
Working in mountain time and covering the east coast my work day starts at 6 am. I work with six Account Execs on the east coast and one on the west coast with a specific focus on retail in the west.
I look up contacts and strategically plan and execute communication with companies with 500 Million plus in revenue. My goal is to set an appointment – more... to meet with one of my account managers and to stir up interest in our software. – less
Group Product Marketing Manager (Former Employee), San Jose, CA – September 4, 2012
Bad culture - layoffs every November (wasn't impacted but a colleagues were) - management not ready to take big steps to move the company forward - market changing fast and company heading for a painful period...
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), San Francisco, CA – August 21, 2012
Pros: free snacks
Cons: small cubes
Most enjoyable workplace I've ever had. I made so many friends and was able to join the special group for special events. I enjoyed the Emergency Response Team Training and got CPR Certifiied thru our ERT program.
Demanding and fast paced. Technologically advanced.
Credit Supervisor (Former Employee), Orem, UT – August 8, 2012
Pros: best benefits around. free soda!
Cons: struggling to incorporate omniture values and people.
Wonderful company to work at. The HR department and upper level management really strive to make this a premier environment to work in. They promote healthy lifestyles among their employees and have competitive salaries.
I wanna know that Is there recruitment going on in Adobe Noida and can u help me to know?
Job Work/Life Balance
Fun work environment
Software Quality Engineer, Flash Runtime (Current Employee), San Francisco, CA – June 4, 2012
Pros: good perks, great health care.
Cons: have to pay for parking!!!
Very creative and fun people to work with. Good perks and good benefits. Work is fun, and when that happens it is a pleasure going in to work. Will definitely be looking for a place that treats employees as good or even better.
Extremely cool culture, with casual dress wear and highly qualified individuals
Technical Consultant (Former Employee), Noida, India – April 19, 2012
1) Adobe's fosters growth of it's employees, people are their best asset. 2) I was into QA and Implementation team, depending on the test cycles I was involved in the quality assurance testing of Adobe LiveCycle. 3) Once the build was functionally tested, I worked with clients in the implementation of the build
Atendente de call center (Former Employee), São Paulo, SP – January 21, 2013
Pros: bons benefícios
Cons: sem oportunidade de crescimento
a Adobe é uma empresa boa para trabalhar,onde os benefícios são bons,porém os superiores levam os problemas com funcionários para o lado pessoal. Não dão oportunidade de crescimento ao funcionário,da a entender que o nosso trabalho,dedicação,comprometimento não tem retorno,por que todos quem entram para o call center quer crescer dentro de uma empresa.Mas – more... devido ao bom salário e benefícios muitos estão satisfeitos. Só sai da Adobe devido ao horário ( 15hs ás 23hs). – less