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Datacenter Site Manager

SoftLayer Technologies Paris +2 locations

• Effectively oversee daily datacenter operations with respect to the facility, local technicians, and inventory. • Manage upwards of… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Inventory Specialist

SoftLayer Technologies Koto-ku Tokyo, TOKYO

If you are a person who seeks responsibility, thrives when empowered, and understands the importance of personal accountability, then we would like… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Event Marketing Manager - APAC

SoftLayer Technologies Singapore, SINGAPORE

including: •contract negotiation and disposition; event staffing; related travel arrangements… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Server Build Technician

SoftLayer Technologies Amsterdam, NOORD-HOLLAND

Headquartered in Dallas,Texas, SoftLayer is the innovation leader in on-demand Dedicated and Cloud hosting. As the largest hosting company in the… Glassdoor

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    Current Employee - Software Engineer  in  Dallas, TX
    Current Employee - Software Engineer in Dallas, TX

    I have been working at SoftLayer


    The web hosting industry is very stable right now. Softlayer struggles to hire people, there is good job security. Free snacks and soda. There is alot of work todo, you will not be bored.

    They pay a premium for php developers (even if you do not have a lot of experience). Negotiate hard going in... as there is no annual pay raise policy.


    You are given a phone and expected to be available 24x7. Lots of people talk about having two jobs... office hours and 'outside' office hours. Management threaten to fire employees if things go wrong.... 'put names in a hat and pick one out... that person is going to be fired'.

    There seems to be a two different 'classes' of employees.... if you are in the 'club' you will get stock options and pay raises, very few people are in the club. The company is very top heavy, not much room for promotion.

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    Treating your employees like adults will result in a better working environment. Trust your employees, they are doing a great job given the difficult circumstances.

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