Avid Technology – Burlington, MA
Understanding business requirements andor problems and translating these into technical solutions based on the Salesforce, ,NET or any open source… Dice
Avid – Durham, NC
- Write authored and ghost-written blog posts and articles - Help build media/blogger/influencer lists -Compile questions for podcast and video… Job Board
Avid Technology – Boca Raton, FL
(Role Profile) About Avid Avid Technology is looking for a Senior Director, Human Resources to join our team based in Boca Raton, FL. At Avid, our… jobsradar.com
Avid – The Colony, TX
Audio Visual Integrated Designs is whats known as a Custom Integrator. We're basically a small custom audio visual design and installation firm… jobsradar.com
AVID – New York, NY
We’re searching for a Principal Sitecore Developer who can take a leadership role within an interdisciplinary team that creates world-class… TheLadders.com
Avid Technology – Berkeley, CA
Temp-NONE-External… Avid Technology
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I worked at Avid Technology full-time (More than 5 years)
Work with some highly creative and intelligent people in music software. Laid back environment. Learn a lot about recording, engineering, and post production.
Dysfunctional culture with little accountability. Everything had to go through a bureaucratic process that killed anyone's sense of being able to contribute or innovate within the company. Supposedly "agile" but everyone struggled to meet long term product deadlines handed down from the top, despite knowing it wouldn't happen. Upper management was completely disconnected from the customer base as well as the employees. Everyone feared another round of layoffs was around the corner. CEO ruled by intimidation and said openly sexist things at company meetings. People preferred to work alone rather than collaboratively, and there was no set standard of accountability.
Advice to Management
Get some accountability in place, for yourself and for your employees. Radically improve how you receive and respond to feedback from your employees, and your customers. Show up more than once a year.