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30+ days ago

Social Media Manager

TheLadders New York, NY

Are you a social media advertising expert? Have you cracked the code driving profitable customer acquisitions via social media? You are fully… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Technical Recruiter

TheLadders New York, NY

s and set recruiting strategies that include sourcing passive and diverse candidates and managing the flow of employee referrals • You will… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Product Manager, Growth

TheLadders New York, NY

for the Product Manager, Growth: • Own key growth metrics (acquisition, k-factor, conversion) for mission-critical products. • Define… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Digital Marketing Specialist

TheLadders New York, NY

of the Digital Marketing Specialist: Strategic Focus • Understand company goals and how that translates into a digital marketing strategy… Glassdoor


15 days ago

Talent Specialist (Temp - Perm)

TheLadders New York, NY

TheLadders is looking to hire a Talent Specialist to be an integral part of TheLadders.com team. The Talent Specialist will provide day-to-day… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Account Executive

TheLadders New York, NY

If you’re a hunter with strong interpersonal skills and desire to make an impact in a fast-paced, high-growth Internet environment… we want you. Now… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Senior Visual Designer

TheLadders New York, NY

Visual Designers at TheLadders execute both product and marketing work. The Senior Visual Designer possesses a solid understanding of graphic design… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Front End Engineer - Backbone.js, Javascript, CSS3

TheLadders New York, NY

We are seeking talented Front End and Lead Front End Engineers who are motivated and have a strong passion for technology. Find out more about our… Glassdoor


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    Forget advancement; why do we go to the bar on Thursdays; incompetent management...but well-stocked kitchen!

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in New York, NY

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

    Pros

    - A job in a big city, like New York, may lead to better opportunities in the future...but only if you socialize/network out of the office.

    - Open office enviornment

    - Kitchen well-stocked with a plethora of snacks and drinks, even healthier options.

    - You may not be able to prove your abilities to management, but you can prove your worth to yourself.

    - My coworkers were very competent.

    Cons

    - Management either micromanages or doesn't manage when they need to.

    - Learn the chain of command or have your work stolen by management. (Hint: there is none, go straight to the people the changes will affect.)

    - Not all employees treated equally: temps excluded from much of company culture because of employment status. They're not invited to parties, company picnic, talent show, etc. even though their contributions are crucial to the life of the company.

    - Everyone celebrates end of week on Thursday (because of way job postings used to work) so forget socializing if you don't live within the general vicinity.

    - High-schoolish/cliquey social structure

    - Incomptence rampant in all levels of management: right hand doesn't know what the left hand is doing.

    - Boring, monotonous work you don't need a degree for, had to dig deep to challenge myself.

    - Working remotely is pointless if the speed of said system only allows you to do half your work in a day.

    - If you're older, you might be working for someone and around people younger than you. Prepare to eat humble pie.

    - Dismal payrate

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    - Learn to communicate effectively and properly

    - Provide clear feedback

    - Treat all employees equally and include all (even temps) in the company culture

    - Compensate workers appropriately: equal pay for equal work

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