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6 days ago

Senior Project Mananger (Remote

Taulia New York, NY

Taulia is based in San Francisco, CA, with a brand new office in Park City and multiple offices across the US and Europe. We've been steadily growing… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Senior Project Manager (Remote

Taulia New York, NY

About the Job:The Project Manager in Professional Services is responsible for owning and maintaining the client relationship from sale to production… Glassdoor


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    Taulia …the good, the bad, and the ugly

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

    I worked at Taulia full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Brilliant and motivated young people who work hard and care about their jobs. The Product and Engineering teams are particularly well run—with great leadership—and those teams are very tight/close. Taulia has awesome health benefits, commuter cards, catered lunches, weekly happy hours, a game room, a wet bar, go-carts and all the top-tier startup benefits one would expect. Staff work hard together and play hard together--most are sincerely good friends also. If you’re a young engineer there might not be a better place to work in the City. Taulia has an innovative product that is constantly evolving and will be extremely successful.

    Cons

    Senior/C-Level staff are super-smart and passionate, but they’re also sophomoric, impulsive and foster a frat-boy like environment within the company. Examples: it’s encouraged to ask potential job candidates the dirtiest joke they know during interviews; a C-level manager showed a graphic during a meeting, a parody of the John Deere logo, that promoted bullying to get a laugh; our manager took us on a retreat where all we did was drink for 3 days straight—not one iota of work or “goal-setting for the year” was done.

    You probably won’t be successful, or C-level management, if you don't fall within the current paradigm of male, under 40, straight and white. If you’re over 35 your resume will definitely get passed over by the current marketing leader. The company has a core value of diversity, but is predominately young, white males. Taulia’s real diversity comes from the many European countries the staff comes from.

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    Diversify your staff and provide an HR department where staff can speak privately and openly about work environment issues. Provide sensitivity training to your managers to foster a more diverse and inclusive workplace.

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