Data Technician (Former Employee) – Ashburn, VA – 18 January 2016
*fast-pace and productive *I learned how to work as a team player in an innovative way *management was empowering and fair *co-workers worked as a team and very friendly *the hardest part of the job was having to leave the company *the most enjoyable part of the job were the assigned task and meeting new people
At Facebook we used to work and help clients run their ads on Facebook. It's was a pure inbound customer service were people used to call us with their company information and we use to guide them how to create ads and how to increase performance our their advertisement.
Software Engineer (Former Employee) – Menlo Park, CA – 11 March 2017
Because Facebook has fairly rigorous recruitment standards, you will most likely be working with some pretty smart people. Workloads are often high (not a 9-5 job), but it will challenge you and you will learn a lot. The numerous perks are also great!
Client Partner (Current Employee) – New York, NY – 1 March 2017
Rapid Growth Phase for the company. They do everything possible to make the employee feel well taken care of - fair comp, great benefits, etc. The challenge will be as we continue to grow at this exponential rate maintaining the culture that's made it a great place to work. Note its not for everyone - you have to be fully invested in your success and I have seen burnout. But so much of the benefits and being surrounded by great people help balance the demands to make exceptional impact they put on every employee.
Freelancing at Facebook was one of the most amazing opportunities in my career. I was able to work with a number of creatives and deliver a product that was launched via app. I worked the hardest and learned so much about deadlines and a number of programs to help move the process along. I would be more than happy to work with Facebook in the future.
There were unlimited snacks and drinks, three meals were served every day and the people were so friendly.
IT Deployment Intern (Former Employee) – Palo Alto, CA – 12 February 2017
Facebook loves to make their employees feel at home when at work. All play and some work, but really all work and fun are done at the same time. deploying provisioned phone and imaging laptops for employees was a different, but fun experience.
I work here as a temp for their customer service department. This is a decent gig for someone just trying to get some job experience, but there are not opportunities to advance and eventually be hired on as a Full Time Employee.
The food is great, but other than that, this is a tough job, and there is high attrition.
Free Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner as well as snacks provided
Product Data Specialist (Former Employee) – Menlo Park, CA – 13 January 2017
By now you probably have heard rumors that Facebook is the adult disneyland for workers. Well it is true! An array of food options that is catered to everyone. Free gym and showers on campus, many interactive activities that your guest will enjoy.
Pastry Chef (Former Employee) – Altoona, IA – 30 December 2016
I was hired with the intention of being trained on what items I was making. With time they continued to say I would be trained at some point but I was generally all by myself everynight with no instruction. My coworkers were pleasant though and they came out with a great product every day.