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24 days ago

Implementation & Development Analyst

AutoTrader.com Atlanta, GA

Notre mission AutoTrader.com est d'atre votre solution en ligne ultime pour l'achat et la vente de voitures neuves, certifis et utiliss. Notre site… AutoTrader.com


26 days ago

Sr. Business Analyst ATC

AutoTrader.com Atlanta, GA

Notre mission AutoTrader.com est d'atre votre solution en ligne ultime pour l'achat et la vente de voitures neuves, certifis et utiliss. Notre site… AutoTrader.com


7 days ago

Analyst, Insights & Analysis

AutoTrader.com Atlanta, GA

Notre mission AutoTrader.com est d'atre votre solution en ligne ultime pour l'achat et la vente de voitures neuves, certifis et utiliss. Notre site… AutoTrader.com


13 days ago

Senior Oracle Quality Assurance Analyst

AutoTrader.com Atlanta, GA

The Senior Quality Assurance Analyst is responsible for being competent in the testing of software enhancements, document software… Glassdoor


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    Good company weighed down by some in management

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    Former Employee - Individual Contributor  in  Atlanta, GA
    Former Employee - Individual Contributor in Atlanta, GA

    I worked at AutoTrader full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Great medical and dental plan, decent PTO (if you can get the time away), nice facilities and eating options, covered parking. Salary was slightly above market for my position which I appreciated. Free coffee and discounted lunch within the facilities. Fairly easy access to 285 both coming in and leaving.

    Cons

    If you're of the aggressive mindset, you may do fine. There's a very competitive spirit within the corporate office. One where managers sometimes put the best interests of their people second to projects which don't warrant the urgency. Each team will be different but overall I see a similar "race to the top" mindset by management. More of a "ready fire aim" approach which doesn't always make the best use of limited time. There are some exceptional individual contributors who are great at what they do. They must get their motivation from the rare occasion they are recognized for their contributions. While the company does have an entire floor dedicated to learning, good luck getting the time away to improve yourself through these opportunities. Also they have a floor dedicated as a break room with TVs and video games. Again, good luck finding the time to utilize these benefits. One last point, I have a hard time accepting management calling people "resources" openly. I understand that's what we are, but be a bit more "human" please.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Please look at how you really interact with your team. Develop them, don't just talk about it. Give them the time and space to do so. You have a great brand, but remember many others did at some point and fell from the top.

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