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29 days ago

Software Engineer, API/Platform - Adap.tv

Adap.tv San Francisco, CA

Software Engineer… Adap.tv


7 hrs ago

Director of User Experience – new

Adap.tv San Francisco, CA

Director of User… Adap.tv


20 days ago

Inventory Director

Adap.tv San Francisco, CA

Adap.tv’s growing Inventory team is looking for an Director to source, develop and close partnerships with publishers while also building the team… Adap.tv


7 hrs ago

Product Manager, Data and Analytics – new

Adap.tv San Francisco, CA

Adap.tv is the video advertising platform of choice for the world’s largest brands, agencies, publishers and ad networks. A unified, programmatic… Adap.tv


7 hrs ago

Client Services Manager, Publishers - Adap.tv – new

Adap.tv San Francisco, CA

The Client Services Manager will be assigned to specific accounts and be responsible for the successful and on-time execution campaigns running on… Adap.tv


7 hrs ago

Client Services Manager, Adap.tv – new

Adap.tv San Francisco, CA

Client Services Manager The Client Services Manager will be assigned to specific buyer (Agency, Trading Desk, Brand Advertiser) accounts and be… Adap.tv


2 days ago

Sr Product Manager, Mobile - Adap.tv – new

Adap.tv San Francisco, CA

Adap.tv is the video advertising platform of choice for the world’s largest brands, agencies, publishers and ad networks. A unified, programmatic… Adap.tv


7 hrs ago

Software Engineer, Reporting - Adap.tv – new

Adap.tv San Francisco, CA

Adap.tv is the video advertising platform of choice for the world’s largest brands, agencies, publishers and ad networks. A unified, programmatic… Adap.tv


7 hrs ago

Staff Accountant, Adap.tv – new

Adap.tv San Francisco, CA

The ultimate candidate must be hands on and willing to own a variety of responsibilities independently, while thriving in a scaling… Adap.tv


7 hrs ago

Content Creation Specialist, Adap.tv – new

Adap.tv San Francisco, CA

Adap.tv is the video advertising platform of choice for the world’s largest brands, agencies, publishers and ad networks. A unified, programmatic… Adap.tv


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    Used to be great, now barely "OK"

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    Former Employee - Software Engineer  in  San Mateo, CA
    Former Employee - Software Engineer in San Mateo, CA

    I worked at Adap.tv full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Flexible hours: everyone has slightly different hours and I've never had a vacation request denied, so good work-life balance in general.

    Bright future: programmatic advertising is thriving and I'm confident the direction AOL is taking is the right one (I'm definitely holding on to my stock).

    Free food: catered lunch and fully stocked kitchen. There has been a lot of complaints about the food quality but most of the time it's good enough. Sure, sometimes it's great and sometimes it's terrible, but quite frankly it's not that bad in general. Fridges are full of sodas, juices, yogurts, fruits (strawberries, raspberries) and the kitchen also has a bunch of cereals, snacks, more fruits (apples, bananas, mangoes), coffee, ...

    (Some) smart people: there are a bunch of engineers left from the pre-acquisition days that are incredibly smart and have built impressive software. I've definitely learned a lot working alongside them.

    Cons

    Racial segregation: employees have a tendency to speak using their native language regardless of who is around them and how many times you try explaining to them how disrespectful it is (mostly the Chinese, but also to a much lesser extent the Israelis / Indians / Russians). Depending on where your desk is located you might be hearing more Chinese than English at the office.

    Massive exodus: before the acquisition very few employees were leaving, then about six months after the acquisition things started to change. Now engineers are leaving faster than new ones are being hired, and few engineers are left from before the acquisition (barely a year ago).

    Low salaries: people leaving usually get much better offers elsewhere (30-50% more) which clearly indicates something is wrong with the compensation. New hires are getting paid ridiculously more than long-time employees, so don't expect your salary to follow market trends once hired.

    Disparate managers: if you're unlucky enough to be in one of the few teams that have terrible managers then your life will be a living hell. And nothing will be done to remedy the situation even if more than half your team complains.

    Valueless titles: phony promotions are handed out left and right to keep people happy. There are literally people who have been promoted to "senior software engineer" less than two years after graduating college or "senior engineering manager" barely three years after graduating college.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Increase compensation for long-time employees, encourage people to speak English when in the office, understand that when most of a team is unhappy with their manager the problem clearly doesn't lie with the team members.

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