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23 days ago

Health Sales Strategic Partnership

Everyday Health, Inc. New York, NY

• Driving business in the northeastern U.S. markets by consulting with brands and targeting both DTC/HCP clients including pharmaceutical and medical… Everyday Health, Inc.


13 days ago

API Developer

Everyday Health, Inc. New York, NY

Are you ready to improve health outcomes using data? The ideal candidate will join an expanding, yet carefully curated team of seasoned application… Everyday Health, Inc.


13 days ago

Manager, Strategic Planning & Analysis

Everyday Health, Inc. New York, NY

The Manager is a key member of the Everyday Health Strategic Planning & Analysis team and will be responsible for assisting in the Company’s… Everyday Health, Inc.


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Everyday Health Co-Founder & CEO Benjamin Wolin
Benjamin Wolin
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    All smoke no fire

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    Current Employee - Senior Software Engineer  in  New York, NY
    Current Employee - Senior Software Engineer in New York, NY

    I have been working at Everyday Health full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Unlimited paid time off. Apart from that nothing really to talk about

    Cons

    Where do i start. The list is endless
    1) Claim to be a technology company but are nothing but a glorified sales company.
    2) Hell bent on using standard technology and are afraid to even try anything new or exciting
    3) Ridiculous turnover. The past six months the turnover rate has easily been over 70%
    4) The hiring of managers and promotion of individuals to managerial positions is very political and at times preference is given to certain racial, ethinic backgrounds.
    5) The product team is highly unqualified and have no set direction as to where to take the product. The sales team pretty much dictate the development of the product

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    If you do intend on going public or getting bought out invest in a good product team and invest in technology. Pay higher to get the brightest minds.
    In order to solve your high turnover problem look at the immediate reporting managers and ask yourselves if you have the right individuals as managers. This will definitely be start to turning it around.

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