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30+ days ago

Brand Marketing Manager, Global Brand

LinkedIn Mountain View, CA

This position sits in the Brand Marketing team that is responsible for driving reach and engagement with LinkedIn’s audience of 300M+ members and… Glassdoor


14 days ago

Partner Enablement Manager

LinkedIn New York, NY

The Partner Enablement Manager will be a pivotal role in leveraging partners to scale and increase the knowledge and adoption the LinkedIn platform… Glassdoor


14 days ago

Credit Analyst

LinkedIn Sunnyvale, CA

In alignment with company credit policy, the Analyst is expected to analyze new and existing customer’s financial data and administrate / authorize… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Manager Oracle Financials, Business Applications

LinkedIn Sunnyvale, CA

Process Enablement & Optimization • Engage, coordinate and align with business partners on projects. • Manifests broad domain expertise… Glassdoor


20 days ago

Senior Analyst, Online Revenue Operations

LinkedIn Sunnyvale, CA

• Collaborate with Sr. Manager to build a world-class Online Revenue team with focus on streamlining… Glassdoor


11 days ago

Marketing Campaign Manager, Marketing Solutions

LinkedIn Mountain View, CA

• Own the quarterly calendar for campaign launches, partnering with the marketers who develop the core assets for the campaigns (ebooks, videos… Glassdoor


14 days ago

Business Analytics, Manager/Sr. Manager

LinkedIn Mountain View, CA

• Create analytics framework to drive Market Research, Brand awareness and Reach for Linkedin. • Work closely with the LinkedIn’s Marketing… Glassdoor


28 days ago

Manager, Insights Programs, LinkedIn Talent Solutions

LinkedIn San Francisco, CA

Embedding new insights into our sales, marketing, and client teams is a multidisciplinary end-to-end endeavor. It starts with data analysis, primary… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Solutions Architect, Technical Consulting

LinkedIn New York, NY +3 locations

The LinkedIn Technical Consulting team is a part of the larger LinkedIn Customer Success Organization. This team is responsible for ensuring LinkedIn… Glassdoor


25 days ago

Contract Assignment Sales Recruiter, Marketing Solutions

LinkedIn San Francisco, CA

As the next member of the team you will impact the way recruitment is handled at one of the most important recruiting organizations in the world. We… Glassdoor


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    Transformative experience

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    Former Employee - Sales  in  Mountain View, CA
    Former Employee - Sales in Mountain View, CA

    I worked at LinkedIn full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    All of the previous comments about the food and the perks are true; they definitely take care of their people. The HQ is beautiful, and the new offices in Sunnyvale make you feel like you're at a ski resort. I also can't recommend the leadership highly enough; Jeff Weiner is an inspiration, and the other execs are all driving towards a shared vision. The culture and values of the company are held in high esteem and they're felt throughout the organizations.

    I had the opportunity to see, meet, and interact with some of the most intelligent and successful people I've ever been around -- both other employees and people from the outside. LinkedIn brings in great guest speakers. The employee experience itself is awesome.

    I also am now able to use the LInkedIn name to do pretty much anything.

    I was part of the Global Sales Org, and while LinkedIn's not slowing down any time soon, it's not for everyone. It's easier to sell LinkedIn products because of the name recognition, but the sales culture needs work.

    Cons

    Theres an IV-drip of Kool-Aid in everyone's arm within 2 weeks of joining the company. You will likely be called out for disagreeing or bringing up any major changes. This gets tiring after a while.

    The Sales org as a whole has good leadership in Mike Gamson, but the more down the ranks you guy the more egotism and BS you'll run into.

    Also, don't expect meeting 100% of expectations to be even remotely close to enough to get you anywhere. Not only are the expectations high, but there will be people who are working twice as many hours as you, getting in way earlier, and achieving the same things, and thus looking better than you. There's a culture of working long hours even after the sting by the department of labor, and there were no managerial efforts to curb this. In fact, during meetings people would be praised as "rockstars" for being the "earliest to arrive" and the "last to leave." little work-life balance. Oh, you'll also be underpaid if you start in Sales Development.

    They also have a trend of hiring a ton of really smart, motivated people from "target schools" (read: Ivy League and Stanford) and then not really giving them with anywhere to go after their first year or so. I can see this ultimately leading to frustration and burn-out.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Make sure you're balancing the number and type of young "rockstars" with the number and type of opportunities you have for them down the road. Or better set expectations. Otherwise, keep doing what you're doing with the culture and values.

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