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I worked at Cloudera full-timeDoesn't RecommendPositive OutlookDisapproves of CEODoesn't RecommendPositive OutlookDisapproves of CEO
You will learn a lot working at Cloudera. This is a great company to have on your resume.
A lot... Home offices (San Francisco & Palo Alto) are really the only employees that enjoy and benefit from the company perks. Other offices do not receive free lunches or company sponsored parties. In addition they will not allow you fly in to participate. "Legacy" employees - anyone over or close to three years are hard to work with or complain about. It can be hard to grow if you're not in sales. Company moral seems to be low, and disorganized.
Advice to Management
Please train your managers before promoting them to senior roles. Employees under them shouldn't have to deal with their inexperience. All managers should know what the company offers to build team moral. There should be a way to get employee feedback of manager performance more than once a year.