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30+ days ago

Public Relations Associate

Blizzard Entertainment Seoul

• Assist with public relations activities related to product launches. • Maintain and update the PR contact database on a daily basis. • Create… Blizzard Entertainment


30+ days ago

Managing Director & VP, Korea Publishing

Blizzard Entertainment Seoul

• Develop and direct country objectives consistent with the global / regional strategy of the company by planning, directing, and managing the… Blizzard Entertainment


30+ days ago

Community Associate

Blizzard Entertainment Seoul

• Localize, generate, and publish high-quality editorial content. • Translate Korean to English and English to Korean for game related documents… Blizzard Entertainment


30+ days ago

Senior Brand Manager

Blizzard Entertainment Seoul

• Develop the annual marketing plan built on solid player insights and sound business strategies to grow our user base and maintain the long term… Blizzard Entertainment


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    Pros

    Well, you'll work for an awesome company and receive good benefits, but if you're a female you'll often feel ostracized.

    Cons

    Employees are cliquey and it's hard to break into the corporate environment. It is not female-friendly at all and attempts to reach out and make friends with some employees will end badly. A male coworker was hired at the same time as me and he was accepted without issue. Also, employees treat sensitivity training as a joke/laugh at people who feel excluded. Altogether this makes feeling happy at work very difficult. Managers often aren't in touch with what's going on in their teams. Lots of relocations, too.

    Advice to Management

    Work more on interpersonal development with employees and keep managers appraised of what's going on in their teams.


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