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6 days ago

Software Engineer, Ruby on Rails

O'Reilly Media Sebastopol, CA

The engineering team is collaborative, which means a better workplace if you’re independent, and self-motivated. This… O'Reilly Media


8 days ago

Sales Associate

O'Reilly Media Sebastopol, CA

• Act as Conference liaison with O’Reilly departments, to deliver on video interviews, OLC’s/Webcasts, Real-Time Books, and conference events… O'Reilly Media


6 days ago

Strategic Account Manager, Conferences

O'Reilly Media Sebastopol, CA

• Develop and maintain strategic relationships with prospective sponsors by attending competitive events… O'Reilly Media


8 days ago

Systems Administrator, Linux

O'Reilly Media Sebastopol, CA

The Systems Administrator is responsible for maintaining the systems, software, and services for the majority of servers at O'Reilly Media, Inc. This… O'Reilly Media


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    Worst Management Team Ever.

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    Former Employee - Director in Sebastopol, CA
    Former Employee - Director in Sebastopol, CA

    I worked at O'Reilly Media

    Pros

    The O'Reilly brand although fading still opens a lot of doors. Use O'Reilly get a better job.

    Cons

    O'Reilly is managed by accountants, not leaders. It has the feel of a company trying to keep the ship from sinking rather than trying to forge ahead to new and exciting destinations. As such, every new project feels desperate and not very well thought out, these new projects are usually given just one year with no metrics or goals and then are given the axe without any explanation. People who volunteered to work on the new project are let go instead of given their old job where there were previously successful. Tim doesn't run the company and hasn't for a decade. Instead he gave the reigns to an accountant who has no long term vision for the company.

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    Tim, replace everyone at the top and install a real management team before it's too late.

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