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14 days ago

Director, Research & Insights -

AOL New York, NY

This position supports a variety of internal constituents including Sales, Marketing and Product. And will report directly to the Sr. Director… AOL

20 days ago

Demand Development Associate,

AOL New York, NY

The Demand Development Associate will be responsible for supporting the Demand Development team in managing DSP, exchange and ad network buyers to… AOL

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    Almost anywhere else - I quit in disgust in 2007

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    Former Employee - Lead Software Engineer  in  Dulles, VA
    Former Employee - Lead Software Engineer in Dulles, VA

    I worked at AOL full-time for more than 8 years


    During my tenure at AOL I worked with some of the most talented engineers in the world. Given the level of mismanagement, the blatant and pervasive disregard for work-life balance and the level of job insecurity it is hard to understand why AOL was able to attract such talent.


    They own you. While I was there, engineers routinely put in 60+ hours a week, and not because they were "passionate" about the work. Management is driven by panic, company focus changes constantly. The threat and fear of layoffs is constant and pervasive. A few years ago the company invited past and present employees to a celebration at the headquarters - I was besieged by old colleagues of mine wanting to know where I'd gone and was my current employer hiring.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop abusing your employees. Get a grip on market forces and develop a valid strategy to confront the company's decline. Stop managing by reign of terror - I saw employees given achievement awards one month only to be laid off the next. Stop this.

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