Enterprise Business Development Rep (Former Employee) – Waltham, MA – 5 February 2018
Just like anywhere you have to work your butt off and overachieve to get paid. Some have to just work a little harder than others because some teams had more experience and better attitudes than others.
Intern (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – 12 January 2018
Even though I was an Intern, I was treated with respect and included as part of the team. The pay was great and the workhours were not overly demanding. I would love to have the chance to work there again.
Application Developer (Current Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – 10 January 2018
Nice experience of working with qualified co-workers and managers. Learned how to manage work and life balance Our team used to celebrate the birthdays in each month Used to celebrate Halloween, Diwali, X'mas, fun to be part of ServiceNow
Get ready to work harder than you've ever imagined
SR. PROGRAM MANAGER (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – 10 December 2017
ServiceNow has a great product and many of the people and teams who work there are amazing. The company is, however, growing so quickly that it's in a tough 'teen' stage - and many changes are occurring all the time as management tries to survive success.
It's also a place where there's poor work life balance. Be prepared to work 50-60 hours a week just to survive
Customer Support Technician (Current Employee) – San Jose, CA – 28 November 2017
ServiceNow is one of those companies that you're grateful you have a job there. It celebrates all different types of cultures. There are a lot of opportunities throughout the year for food which is a plus!
Technicien de proximité (Current Employee) – 92400 Courbevoie – 27 November 2017
Les journées sont bien chargées et le temps passe très vite. Installation de poste, mouvement de poste, backup de données utilisateurs (outlook et autres), remplacement de composants informatique, déploiement d'applications à distance ou manuel...etc. Mais dans mon cas je trouve les taches trop justes techniquement parlant. L'ambiance au sein du service est très bonne et la proximité avec les utilisateurs est l'aspect positif du poste.
Marketing and Communications Senior Director (Current Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – 22 October 2017
Pros: - Talented CEO and new CHRO - Fair compensation - Product is well liked by customers
Cons: - Marketing culture is toxic due to CMO who is narcissistic, a micromanager, and a bully - HR has been fairly non-existent leading to structural and cultural issues - Lack of understanding/effort/discipline to best incorporate global and remote workers via basic technologies such as webex video.
Summer Intern in IT Service Management (Former Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – 15 October 2017
I had a very positive experience working as an IT developer and getting the opportunity to be a part of ServiceNow. I've worked at half a dozen technology companies already in my career and ServiceNow does a phenomenal job at valuing it's people, providing a clearly defined career growth path, and providing challenging work while rewarding top performers.
High growth company leading the edge of technology in the service management space
Technical Consultant (Current Employee) – Remote – 9 October 2017
The hardest part of the job is sometimes keeping up with the ever-changing technology. There is always something to learn. It can be a challenge to get a good work/life balance when working remote. Company provided benefits are exceptional. Company events are inclusive of the employee's and their families. The overall atmosphere in the office is team-building. ServiceNow is a great company to work for, especially if you thrive on technical challenges.
IT (Former Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – 26 August 2017
ServiceNow was a great place to working until a recent change in IT management. Its now a cut-throat culture with a lot of politics and backstabbing. Even your own manager will throw you under the bus to save her own skin. Upper management isnt in touch with the staff because all information is filtered through the manager and the manager fires anyone that attempts to communicate with upper management directly.