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Site Editor

QuinStreet Foster City, CA

QuinStreet is looking for an associate to join the Editorial Division in a full-time role in the education vertical. In this position, the associate… Glassdoor

19 days ago

Online Media Associate - Outreach

QuinStreet Foster City, CA

The QuinStreet Online Media Associate - Outreach role provides an opportunity to join one of the top online marketing companies in the world. Our… Glassdoor

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Senior Network Engineer

QuinStreet Foster City, CA

QuinStreet is seeking a results-driven, versatile and dynamic Senior Network Engineer to maintain and manage our two 24x7 mission-critical (revenue… Glassdoor

12 days ago

Senior Vertical Manager

QuinStreet Foster City, CA

The Health Insurance team is hiring a Senior Vertical Manager who will work on a variety of areas including client management, product, analytics… Glassdoor

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    Child brain (start-up) in teenager's body (mid-size). Needs to grow up it's attitude.

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    Current Employee - Analyst in Foster City, CA
    Current Employee - Analyst in Foster City, CA

    I have been working at QuinStreet full-time (more than 3 years)


    - You never complain about compensation, one of highly paid places.
    - Culture is good, causal environment.
    - Balancing your work and personal, manager respects your personal priorities.


    - Career opportunities are veryyyyy limited. Top management don't value talent, so don't expect much support if you want to do something innovative.
    - No process ownership, if any wrong kind of people own it. While implementing new projects there is no value for business analysis practices and very less efforts on complete pre-project analysis and planning.
    - There is very less effort made to retain employees, even when team, vertical or the whole company is struggling.
    - Make sure you think twice before joining, don't solely go by compensation it can be pain if you decide to move on.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    - Communicate frequently with your employees about current strategy and goals, specially now when the company is so bad.
    - Fast implementation of your technology projects is costing you a lot. When your revenue is directly proportional to time your system and sites stay up, then why take such a risk. Hire specialist who can set process at every level, specially on the tech side. I mean the company is not a start-up any more.
    - Most of you tech team has settled down to very causal and relaxed attitude, shake them up a little bit.
    - Try to retain your motivated or talented employees, you can get a lot done from them. Compensation is not the sole thing to satisfy your employees.

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