N/A (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – 24 July 2017
Cons - HR team is weak and doesn't engage in any employee relations work - management outside engineering has a serious lack of diversity (all men except for content and hr). Used to be more diverse prior to hiring "official" managers. Standard excuses are used ("hire based on qualified applicants") - burn & churn attitude towards non-engineering employees - hire externally rather than develop internally: no effort spent on developing current employees - engineers are allowed to act with impunity and systematically disrespect non-engineering employees - ridiculous hiring standards leads to dearth of engineers and an unhealthy culture in engineering - good benefits are used as an excuse to systematically massively underpay non-engineering employees. Sorry guys, catered food doesn't pay my SF rent. - data-driven to the point of excluding common sense and cultural/social awareness that is critical in a global company
good benefits, good individual people, catered lunch and dinner, great office location, good snacks and drinks
Administrative Secretary (Former Employee) – New York, NY – 28 August 2017
Plan work schedules, hours, assignments, and job duties to ensure adequate staff services are rendered to all areas. Regularly inspect and evaluate physical condition of facility. Provide monthly administrative progress reports relative to short term accomplishments, future short term plans and staff education/training. Schedule major project work, assuring that adequate staff and supplies are available to perform said tasks. Maintain and support facility goals and objectives as they relate to third party patient survey process.
Operations Co-ordinator (Former Employee) – Greater Manchester – 24 June 2014
All aspects of administration, maintaining up to date records and running daily forecasts and monthly reports, ensuring each contract is viable and profitable for both customer and business, network credit vetting, liaising with the customer to keep them reassured and up to date with the progress of their orders, working with different departments to guarantee the customer receives correct hardware and these are despatched/delivered on time. Most importantly having daily contact with the networks to navigate a seamless connection process. Finally working with all parties (customer/sales/account managers) to ensure a smooth handover.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – 30 May 2013
I learned a wish a lot about fashion and what it takes to style a customer. I didn't like the pressure of having to sell clothes to customers. I felt like if they wanted to buy something that could but i didn't like the pressure of having to talk a guest into buying something. I enjoyed the many people i met and when a customer left the job satisfied.