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3 days ago

Director, Recruiting

Getty Images Incorporated New York, NY

This position is instrumental to ensuring that talent is a key source for Getty Images ongoing growth and success. You will partner with business…

4 days ago

Senior Analyst

Getty Images New York, NY

The Senior Analyst role is both a support and thought leader role within a central Business Intelligence team inside Getty Images. The role will be… Getty Images

4 days ago

Senior Manager, Public Relations

Getty Images New York, NY

. You can effectively manage long- and short-term objectives whilst hijacking breaking news and daily developments to position Getty Images as the… Getty Images

4 days ago

Desktop Support Specialist

Getty Images New York, NY

• Cover the Level 1 Service Desk queue for a set amount of hours per week, ensuring all incidents are worked and solved at this first level where… Getty Images

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Getty Images Co-Founder & CEO Jonathan D. Klein
Jonathan D. Klein
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    Dysfunctional Company with no future

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    Former Employee - Software Engineer in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Software Engineer in New York, NY
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    I worked at Getty Images full-time (More than a year)


    Work life balance was very reasonable here (with the exception of on-call weeks). You'll also get to work with a nice group of people.


    The engineers and lower level managers doing the work are discouraged from sharing ideas or giving feedback to how problems will be solved early on. The decision making process is top down. There is no communication between technology and product departments, which has led to stagnation and lack of innovation. I left because we never seemed to be working on anything new, impactful or interesting. They also promise a 15% bonus, but since the company doesn't make any money you will never see a penny of that promise. Health and other benefits are well below average.

    Advice to Management

    Get a competent CEO and CTO. Treat the company as a technology company and adopt agile processes (I know you think you do that, but you have it all wrong). Flatten the management structure and get Technology managers that can code. Tech directors should respect the Project and Product organization, they have some good ideas...they are good friends to have.

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