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6 days ago

MULTIPLE POSITIONS

AIRBNB, INC. San Francisco, CA

MULTIPLE POSITIONS Company Airbnb, Inc. Location San Francisco, CA Position Type Full Time Experience Unspecified Education Unspecified Airbnb, Inc… Monster


5 days ago

Recruiter (Contract)

Airbnb San Francisco, CA

include: Managing multiple reqs across multiple global teams Being obsessive about great candidate experience Finding the best, brightest and… Glassdoor


5 days ago

PR Manager, Canada & Regional

Airbnb San Francisco, CA

This position will be based in San Francisco, where you will work closely with the international and US communications team, marketing and social… Glassdoor


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Airbnb CEO & Co-Founder Brian Chesky
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  1. 13 people found this helpful  

    Generally good but lack of accountability in work can be maddening.

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    Current Employee - Customer Experience Lead  in  San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - Customer Experience Lead in San Francisco, CA

    I have been working at Airbnb full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    I've met some of the most interesting and unique people from all backgrounds here; I can say that for most of my working time here I have genuinely loved my team and my colleagues. I've also had a lot of freedom to act and take decisions without tons of oversight, and I felt very empowered and happy about this. The compensation and benefits are good.

    Cons

    The freedom I mentioned above has started to go away; as they attempt to run themselves like a real company and not a start-up, there is a sensation of an iron fist clamping down on us. Trying to become a real company (with accountability, transparency, and future profitability) without becoming corporate is hard. Right now I don't feel that Airbnb is doing very well with that.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Perks and benefits and 'fun!' don't make a place worth working for the long haul; it's about more than that. To be a great place to work, the actual WORK has to go well. There is too little focus on this generally.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO