LegalZoom Jobs in Austin, TX

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29 days ago

IT Asset Manager, Inc. Austin, TX

• Develop and maintain processes for managing and tracking the full IT asset, license, and maintenance life cycle from procurement to retirement…, Inc.

30+ days ago

NOC Analyst II, Inc. Austin, TX

The Legalzoom IT Department is looking for skilled technicians to support our Network Operations Center (N.O.C.). The NOC Analyst will be responsible…, Inc.

30+ days ago

Director Telecom, Inc. Austin, TX

This position focuses on supporting the contact center. This would include call flow design, holiday treatment, contingency planning, and interacting…, Inc.

30+ days ago

FileNet Technical Lead, Inc. Austin, TX

The FileNet Technical Lead will have extensive experience with the FileNet P8 5.X platform. The ideal candidate will have a successful history of…, Inc.

30+ days ago

Salesforce Manager, Inc. Austin, TX

• Must have experience managing a distributed team while mentoring and guiding salesforce developers and admins…, Inc.

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    Current Employee - Sales in Austin, TX
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    I have been working at LegalZoom full-time


    - Good work interactions with co-workers. - Bagel Fridays. - Department wide activities/ company events are helpful when you first start. Easier to meet other co-workers and other departments.


    - People steal your sales. - Management can be deceptive. - Favoritism is a big deal here. - Too much overboard drinking at company events. - Sacrifice the work-life due to a lot of miscommunications

    Advice to Management

    The voice of the average employee is small. Make sure that the voices of everyone is heard. It appears that some people are a little more miserable than others and no one asks what's wrong. Positive attitudes are great, but not when you feel like you're being duped. With that being said, quarterly surveys should be sent out about how employees feel about their jobs. This will help provide the feedback needed to bring true morale and value back to the employee. Stress level is high with multiple drastic changes in short periods of time.

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