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17 days ago

Operations Analyst III

Akorbi San Bruno, CA

• Identify issues, form hypotheses, and synthesize conclusions into recommendations. • Develop and analyze usage data obtained through organizations… Job Board


5 days ago

Online Specialist (must speak English, Polish and German)

Akorbi San Bruno, CA

* Determine eligibility of videos for YouTubes Partner Program * Answer partner questions and address their root cause * Identify, propose, and drive… Job Board


15 days ago

Online Video Reviewer-French or Japanese Fluency required

Akorbi San Bruno, CA

("The role"): As a Partner Support & Education Associate, you join a multi-lingual team to help our users make money - or even a living - with… Job Board


4 days ago

Account Strategist II

Akorbi San Francisco, CA

Partner Business Solutions (PBS) services the worlds leading publishers and helps drive accelerated business growth for them through our publisher… Job Board


17 days ago

UI Designer

Akorbi San Francisco, CA

We are looking for a UI/UX designer with a passion for experimentation and innovation. This UI/UX designer will be responsible for all phases of the… Job Board


5 days ago

Online Support Specialist

Akorbi San Francisco, CA

Location: San Francisco Client: Worlds largest internet search engine Rate: $33/hr. Length: 12 months (benefits available at 60 days) Job… Job Board


19 days ago

Applications Engineer

Akorbi San Francisco, CA

Join our engineering team developing hardware and software. Your responsibility is to develop integration and system level testing for a wearable… Job Board


18 days ago

Graphic Designer

Akorbi San Francisco, CA

Work with the product teams to create cohesive diagram and presentation material for story-telling Rapidly sketch and iterate on conceptual design… Job Board


10 days ago

Hardware Design Engineer

Akorbi Palo Alto, CA

• Design Nests future products by owning architecture selection, electrical design and validation. • Lead the electrical… Job Board


10 days ago

Traffic Manager

Akorbi Palo Alto, CA

Facilitate the design requests and deliverables for the creative team. Optimize the allocation of limited resources. Create and maintain… Job Board


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    Great service to clients but amateurish management to employees

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    I worked at Akorbi full-time

    Pros

    Wonderful translators and interpreters, this also helps to look good on your resume

    Cons

    If I have that option I'd give it a ZERO star because the one star is just to give brownie points.

    NO work/life balance, this job is pretty much YOUR whole entire LIFE! With no rewards/promotion/compensation on the horizon. It's modern-day slavery at its worst! If clients have unrealistic deadlines and expectations, management doesn't care if you are dying of thirst and let the vultures take you, tear you to pieces, and eat you up. It's a give all take all approach. They care more about the clients (aka money) than they do on their own employees. I have never been treated like a low class slave like the slaves that were treated 3 centuries ago, and I am extremely appalled that this still exists to this day.

    As I said before, management style is amateurish. You are working with people who don't follow through with requests, gave too many restrictions that prevented employees from doing their jobs, or kept changing the restrictions, and refused to invest in more manpower and state-of-the-art technologies to help deliver what the clients needed. Why? Because employees are completely expendable in their eyes.

    Favoritism is very prominent. If you are not their favorite, there's no point to work diligently for recognition. So that means they are getting a great deal from you.

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    I think what I have addressed says it all. I am extremely grateful that I do not have to work for such atrocious company that do NOT care for their employees which is why turnover is horrendous there. They pretty much want to keep the money as much as they can to themselves.

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