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2 days ago

Junior Systems Engineer (Overnight Shift) - NOC, Data Center – new

Match.com Dallas, TX

• Monitor all Match customer facing sites • Monitor Match paging and alerting systems • Build and deploy servers for production and… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Sr. Engineer, Java

Match.com Dallas, TX

• Design and develop distributed applications in Java using a variety of frameworks and tools. • Develop kafka application to send data to hadoop… Glassdoor


6 hrs ago

Systems Engineer - NOC, Data Center (Day Shift) – new

Match.com Dallas, TX

• Monitor all Match customer facing sites • Monitor Match paging and alerting systems • Build and deploy servers for production and… Glassdoor


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    Overall good experience with a few big drawbacks

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    Former Employee - Customer Care Specialist in Dallas, TX
    Former Employee - Customer Care Specialist in Dallas, TX

    I worked at Match.com full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    - Fun, casual atmosphere
    - No dress code
    - Frequent parties during & after work hours. Monthly happy hours during work with free food & booze. Yep, Match.com pays employees to get drunk during office hours at least once a month!
    - Excellent benefits package. Insurance coverages begins the first day of the month after which you are hired.
    - Extremely generous PTO
    - Free food, snacks, sodas
    - Beautiful office
    - Some very cool, creative, & fun people work here. Everyone makes an effort to be friendly & make connections with new employees.

    Cons

    - Some departments have completely incompetent management who lack the knowledge for the positions they hold.
    - Depending on the department you work in, opportunities for advancement can be very limited.
    - No yearly performance-based raises. Raises are only available if you manage to get promoted.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get rid of the people in upper management who don't understand the jobs of the people they manage. Weed out the members of management who make decisions based on personal friendships and favoritism.

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