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eBay Inc. President and CEO John J. Donahoe
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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in London, England (UK)
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    Its a great place to work with friendly and welcoming colleagues across the board, almost makes you feel like family ; nice perks like free beverages, fruit and pastries, daily newspapers ; gym with personal trainers on site


    Unfortunately eBay lacks a clear strategy, following too many different directions and is becoming even more bureaucratic than government institutions ; Projects are picked up and pushed forward under severe pressure from senior management only to be dropped six months later ; Sn management is only focussed on politics, whilst 'the people' have become the company's least important 'resource' ; Sn Management promotes employees who talk the most, not those with stellar performances ; Work-life balance no more, one can expect to work 50-60h per week

    Advice to Management

    Sn Management takes great pride in communicating and emphasising eBay's core values. It is about time they live up to these, particularly regarding being 'open, honest and direct' and to 'communicate'. A great, or rather disappointing example of how these are merely flowers of speech, was the communication regarding the global workforce cut announced beginning of 2015. It is incomprehensible how the CEO stands in front of the EMEA offices in person and does not mention a single word about said issue late 2014, whilst tabloids publish articles about employees being laid off less than 24h after a company 'All Hands' - If the Sn Management wants their employees to believe and trust in them, there needs to be a significant change of behaviour or even of Management itself.

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