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5 days ago

DevOps

ThoughtWorks San Francisco, CA

Business continuitySecurityProvide technical leadership across all areas of the build, release and operations, to ensure delivery of exceptional… ThoughtWorks


5 days ago

Principal Developer

ThoughtWorks San Francisco, CA

As a Principal Developer, heres what you can do at ThoughtWorks: Disrupt, Lead and Innovate.Take the needs and challenges of a client and formulate… ThoughtWorks


2 days ago

Senior Developer – new

ThoughtWorks San Francisco, CA

As a Developer, heres what you can do at ThoughtWorks:Build bespoke software solutionsMentor and evangelize Agile, Lean, and Continuous Development… ThoughtWorks


14 days ago

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ThoughtWorks San Francisco, CA

ThoughtWorks is always keen to hear from like minded individuals so we wanted tomake it easy for you to talk to us.Our recruiting team prioritizes… ThoughtWorks


5 days ago

Technical Principal

ThoughtWorks San Francisco, CA

Have you always wanted to join ThoughtWorks but didn't because of the travel? Well, we have just the role for you!ThoughtWorks is synonymous with… ThoughtWorks


10 days ago

Lead Developer

ThoughtWorks San Francisco, CA

As a Lead Developer at ThoughtWorks, here's what you can do:Work on large-scale, custom-designed, multi-tier, enterprise-level software development… ThoughtWorks


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    Compelling People, Fun Projects, Frustrating Pay

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    Current Employee - Lead Consultant  in  San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - Lead Consultant in San Francisco, CA

    I have been working at ThoughtWorks full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    ThoughtWorks consists primarily of off-beat technologists from the 99th percentile of intelligence. Very smart people, very diverse. TW has been referred to as "the island of misfit toys" which I take as a compliment. Very non-hierarchical. Very tolerant of minorities. Very supportive of a diverse workplace.

    Cons

    You must be ready to work on projects that are not always thrilling (it's called work for a reason). Because it is so welcoming of unconventional personalities, non-hierarchical, and exclusive in it's hiring process - and fun to be at! - TW can [apparently] get away with systematic underpayment. Salaries are consistently below average despite the fact that staff is superior to their cohort at higher paying companies.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Devote more resources to skill training - it's unprofessional to assume staff will learn everything in their personal time. Pay at least average market wage for superior talent.

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