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6 days ago

Manager of Media Services

SmartRecruiters Inc San Francisco, CA

SmartRecruiters is seeking a motivated individual with a background in recruitment advertising, social media and a strong passion for disruptive… SmartRecruiters Inc


30+ days ago

Enterprise Account Executive

SmartRecruiters Inc San Francisco, CA

We are looking for experienced account executives and highly ambitious, experienced solutions consultants who have sold SaaS solutions in the… SalesGravy


30+ days ago

SMB Account Executive

SmartRecruiters Inc San Francisco, CA

We are looking for a results-driven, highly-motivated Sales Rep to own a disciplined sales process in order to drive transactions. Â Hundreds of… SalesGravy


13 days ago

Demand Generation Marketing Manager

SmartRecruiters Inc San Francisco, CA

SmartRecruiters empowers a new way of hiring with a one-stop shop cloud platform that makes it possible for smart businesses to find and hire great… Glassdoor


13 days ago

Customer Marketing Manager

SmartRecruiters Inc San Francisco, CA

• Manage paid Marketplace customer lifecycle and retention marketing strategy and communications across online customer touch points to drive… Glassdoor


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    Former Employee - Anonymous  in  San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous in San Francisco, CA

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

    Pros

    - Mostly great group of people. Everyone's insanely smart.
    - Location is central.
    - Free lunch MWF

    Cons

    - Value a culture of motivation by fear. Environment of second-guessers.
    - Lack of investment from senior management. Started as an intern when there were 10 people in the room and stayed for 2 years never once receiving feedback, advice, or encouragement from the CEO.
    - No structure, senior management is constantly changing their minds.
    - Low pay, lame benefits.
    - You'll regularly find employees crying or on the verge of a panic attack from stress.
    - Known bullies in the office, no one does anything about it.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    - Start valuing the people that work so hard to meet your ridiculous expectations.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO