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30+ days ago

UI Artist

Glu Mobile Long Beach, CA

• Ability to quickly iterate concepts given input from your lead. • Professional attitude and an ability to take constructive criticism… Glu Mobile


30+ days ago

UI Artist

Glu Mobile San Francisco, CA

• Ability to quickly iterate concepts given input from your lead. • Professional attitude and an ability to take constructive criticism… Glu Mobile


2 days ago

UI Artist – new

Glu Mobile Bellevue, WA

• Ability to quickly iterate concepts given input from your lead. • Professional attitude and an ability to take constructive criticism… Glu Mobile


30+ days ago

Graphic Design/UI Artist

Glu Mobile Toronto

• Work with the Art Director and Sr. Artist to determine the specific interface design needs of projects, and help turn those needs into market-ready… Glu Mobile


30+ days ago

Associate 2D Game Artist

Glu Mobile Long Beach, CA

• Work with Project Managers, Content Managers, 2D Artists, and Designers to help create content for our highly successful games • Proactively… Glu Mobile


30+ days ago

2D Game Artist, Senior

Glu Mobile Long Beach, CA

• Work with Project Managers, Content Managers, 2D Artists, and Designers to help create content for our highly successful games • Proactively… Glu Mobile


30+ days ago

Senior 2D Character Artist

Glu Mobile Bellevue, WA

• Work with the Art Director to create concept art for both new and existing IP • Follow style guides, and assist in their creation when asked… Glu Mobile


30+ days ago

Lead 2D Artist

Glu Mobile Redwood City, CA

• Support the creative vision with high quality concept art and assets that help solidify the art style • Provide concepts for critical parts of… Glu Mobile


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47 Ratings
  • Very friendly and open culture

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Senior Engineer in San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - Senior Engineer in San Francisco, CA

    I have been working at Glu full-time (more than a year)

    Pros

    I joined as a senior engineer in the team and worked at Glu for almost 2 years and was overall satisfied with the culture and openness of the top management who would reach out to employees and convey the goals for each quarter out on a timely basis. Good health benefits and other perks including lavish bonuses at times when the company is really doing well. Lots of free snacks, drinks and games to chew upon when you feel you want to take a break from work. Some people in certain departments would stay long and dedicated but most would honor their work-life balance. Merit-based promotions and raises. Overall a great learning environment for newbies and freshers.

    Cons

    Intolerance for mistakes. Even a slight one could make you walk out of doors. Grumpy bosses who think they are the only authority and would not hesitate to shout at people even in meetings. Too much unnecessary power assumed by management and lots of unwanted meetings would take place even to discuss trivial things which would be a complete waste of time. HR slow in responding and things can take a long time to materialize even if its important to you simply because it wasn't important to them, so less caring. Managers holding certain positions can make a big fuss out of ordinary questions or situations and would be reluctant to share knowledge because they think that could endanger their hold on power. Control is what they want to assume even if it appears unreal or unnecessary. And layoff rounds would occur once every six months.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Mid-tier management is something that needs a drastic makeover or training on how to manage their people better and provide some autonomy in jobs to those who are held responsible for the same. In other words autonomy and responsibilities are highly imbalanced and top management should take steps to align these across departments.

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