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4 days ago

Ui-Intern

Healthline Networks, Inc San Francisco, CA

Each month, 100 million people turn to the Internet to get healthier. Most are sick and need help. Healthline reaches nearly 20% of them todayand has… jobsradar.com


7 days ago

Senior Editor Of Social Content

Healthline Networks San Francisco, CA

Establish standards, systems, and best practices for social content creation Work with the marketing team on best practices around content… jobsradar.com


19 days ago

Senior Product Manager

Healthline Networks San Francisco, CA

We have built a highly successful A/B testing strategy that has provided tremendous contributions to our growth in traffic. As our testing run rate… Ivy Exec


2 days ago

Production Assistant-Temporary – new

Healthline Networks San Francisco, CA

Producing original article content; maintenance, updates, and enhancements of existing content; problem-solving and fixing content issues Quality… Healthline Networks


4 days ago

Senior Product Manager A/B Testing

Healthline Networks San Francisco, CA

We have built a highly successful A/B testing strategy that has provided tremendous contributions to our growth in traffic. As our testing run rate… Healthline Networks


4 days ago

Senior Product Manager Display Advertising

Healthline Networks San Francisco, CA

Each day we deliver over 10 million ad impressions across our Healthline flagship site and partner sites. As the primary revenue generator for… Healthline Networks


7 days ago

Accounting Specialist-Entry level

Healthline Networks San Francisco, CA

Code and input AP vouchers into the general ledger Collect voucher signatures in accordance with the Payment Authorization policy Administer… Healthline Networks


7 days ago

Part-Time-Assistant Editor

Healthline Networks San Francisco, CA

Help source and manage freelance writers Line edit articles Use Google Analytics to interpret metrics. Use these learnings to guide even better… Healthline Networks


7 days ago

Assistant Editor, Content Maintenance

Healthline Networks San Francisco, CA

Edit content according to Healthline editorial standards. Assign revisions to freelance writers. Review and incorporatemedical… Healthline Networks


14 days ago

Freelance Photo Editor

Healthline Networks San Francisco, CA

Source photos for lifestyle and clinical articles Edit photos according to Healthline specifications The ideal person for the job will… Healthline Networks


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    Good Technology but Wallflower Company

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    Pros

    * conservative management - the company isn't going out of business anytime soon. * focus on sales - management very focused on closing sales which is good because sales == money == salary and other good things. * interesting technology - the company's main focus is on products built around its human curated medical taxonomy, such as concept search, contextual advertising, NLP, etc. The ability to annotate against a high quality taxonomy makes many tasks easier/possible. * good people - coworkers are friendly and nice, almost like family to me. * fun workplace - company organizes a Halloween and Christmas party, as well as several other smaller parties throughout the year. * dog friendly - if that matters to you, it does make it convenient for dog owners. * free food - catered lunch every Fridays (at least in Engineering), free bulk foods (of the healthy variety) in the kitchen, free coffee and tea. * compensation - Speaking for myself, I feel I was adequately compensated for my contributions to the company (although compensations are usually lower than market in the general case). * medical insurance - the provide a variety of plans, but push the high deductible plan, which actually makes sense for most people, so it works out well.

    Cons

    * conservative management - management is very risk averse, they prefer to sell the same thing in the same market. This has changed recently but we would probably have been better off if we moved earlier. * focus on sales - comparatively much lower focus on product improvement, innovations, etc, although I believe that is changing also. * work life balance - like most startups, there is expectation of weekend/evening/holiday work. But in some groups, this expectation is unbounded. Although in all fairness, tradeoffs do exist if you want out. * lack of learning opportunities - the company is very focused on its own technology and while you will learn that in spades, you will find yourself getting out of touch with trending technology unless you work to keep yourself abreast. * lack of innovation - the bar to new ideas is set very high, as a result of which people give up and many potentially good ideas are left unexplored. I was fortunate in this regard, but had to work relatively harder to get my ideas accepted here than other places I have worked at. * poor image - the company is generally unknown outside the industry (not the norm, look at WebMD). Within the industry, it is generally regarded as somewhat boring, with no single defining focus - which is sad, because it has good technology and good people and is good at many things.

    Advice to Management

    I worked in Engineering and didn't interact much with other groups, so my advice is focused on Engineering. * increase public awareness about company - encourage engineers to present at conferences and meetups, seek out Director/CTO level summits to present at, promote the uniqueness of the technology and demonstrate its use in solving pressing problems, other business type things that get people talking about Healthline. * invest in engineering - send engineers to conferences, give them new tools to work with, encourage them to work on new things and be open to new ideas they try to implement into products. * be open to new technology ideas from junior staff - these are the guys who are most in touch with emerging trends. And good ideas can come from anywhere.


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