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30+ days ago

Data Scientist

LiveCareer San Francisco, CA

• Leverage our rich data sets of customer demographics and on-site behavior to conduct research, develop models, and create big data based products… LiveCareer

30+ days ago

VP, People Operations

LiveCareer San Francisco, CA

• Lead the development of the organization’s human resource function • Develop staffing strategies and programs to identify talent within and… LiveCareer

30+ days ago

Data Scientist Internship

LiveCareer San Francisco, CA

Do you enjoy problem solving and technology? Are you interested in working in a collaborative, friendly environment? If so, we invite you to consider… LiveCareer

30+ days ago

Director, Marketing - JobTap

LiveCareer San Francisco, CA

Lead the development and execution of the end to end plan for JobTap, our new family of employer solutions, including: Marketing Strategy… LiveCareer

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Doug Jackson & Jamie Freundlich
16 Ratings

    A disorganized dinosaur

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    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA

    I have been working at LiveCareer full-time (more than a year)


    - Some people are excellent at their jobs.
    - Focused work environment with an opportunity to make an impact.


    - Different parts of the company are not aligned. Each person in management has "pet" projects that pull teams in competing directions.
    - Things change without clear communication.
    - People are fired without communicating to the remaining people the reasons. Leaving us to wonder why...
    - Promises are not kept.
    - The office is too small for the number of people without a clear timeline to fix the problem.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    - Stop arbitrarily changing company policies.
    - Put the employees first.
    - Innovate, don't just copy competitors.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

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