Bunchball Jobs & Careers in Redwood City, CA

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5 days ago

Account Manager

Bunchball Redwood City, CA

Bunchball is seeking a talented Account Manager to work within our Client Services team! Get in early and play an integral role in scaling the… Dice


30+ days ago

Account Manager »

Bunchball Redwood City, CA

Sitting at the intersection of social media marketing and social gaming, gamification is transforming the way businesses engage with customers and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Engineering

Bunchball Redwood City, CA

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30+ days ago

Client Services

Bunchball Redwood City, CA

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14 days ago

Customer Success Engineer »

Bunchball Redwood City, CA

Sitting at the intersection of social media marketing and social gaming, gamification is transforming the way businesses engage with clients and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Lead Software Engineer in Test »

Bunchball Redwood City, CA

The engineering organization lives and breathes our motto - "More Product. More Accurately. More Often." We release… Glassdoor


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Jim Scullion
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    People are great, management and product need work

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Redwood City, CA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Redwood City, CA

    I have been working at Bunchball full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Surrounded by great, motivated people on a day to day basis. You become close to the team you are working with. It is a start-up so it gives you opportunity to take on a variety of tasks. Benefits are pretty good. Not great, but good.

    Cons

    Management has a tendency to either micro-manage or be completely absent, depending on the manager and particular department. The product is constantly having problems, which leads to difficulties supporting and selling to customers. Not enough accountability with the Engineering department. It is difficult to get raises/promotions. Work/life balance can be difficult for some, depending on what you are doing. Location seems to be out of the way for most employees. Most people are commuting an hour or more each day to get to work and excessive telecommuting in some teams is frowned upon.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Work on getting the Engineering department up to caliber. Make sure there is accountability and everyone is pulling their weight. The CEO needs to be more cognizant of the company and stop shutting himself in a room all day. Talk to employees, honestly listen to what they have to say.

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