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17 days ago

Consumer Marketing Manager - Global

Twitter, Inc. San Francisco, CA

The Consumer Marketing Manager - Growth position requires a creative and strategic marketer who can easily navigate between strategy and execution of… Twitter, Inc.


23 days ago

Global SMB Regional Sales Operations Manager

Twitter, Inc. San Francisco, CA

The Sales Operations team @ Twitter partners with Global Sales teams to drive revenue, craft and execute sales strategy, manage all internal systems… Twitter, Inc.


23 days ago

Account Manager, MMS (Travel)

Twitter, Inc. San Francisco, CA

As an MMS AM you’re an advisor and a consultant. You will educate your clients on the power of Twitter’s promoted products. You are responsible for… Twitter, Inc.


23 days ago

Account Manager, MMS (B2B)

Twitter, Inc. San Francisco, CA

As an MMS AM youre an advisor and a consultant. You will educate your clients on the power of Twitters promoted products. You are responsible for… Twitter, Inc.


25 days ago

Senior Accountant, Corporate Functions (G&A)

Twitter, Inc. San Francisco, CA

• Responsible for timely and accurate close of General and Administrative expenses and all associated reporting and reconciliation in accordance with… Twitter, Inc.


25 days ago

Ads Analyst - Contract

Twitter, Inc. San Francisco, CA

Thoroughly and efficiently evaluate ads and advertisers for compliance with Twitter advertising policies Continually review internal tools, process… Twitter, Inc.


26 days ago

Sr. Software Engineer - Platform Infrastructure (M&M)

Twitter, Inc. San Francisco, CA

Direct response advertising has been a major growth engine for our ads business over the last several quarters. And we’re confident that our recent… Twitter, Inc.


26 days ago

Software Engineer - Platform Infrastructure (TellApart)

Twitter, Inc. San Francisco, CA

Direct response advertising has been a major growth engine for our ads business over the last several quarters. And we’re confident that our recent… Twitter, Inc.


26 days ago

Search Quality Engineer

Twitter, Inc. San Francisco, CA

- Apply information retrieval, data-mining and/or machine learning techniques to improve the quality of a variety of search products. - Do… Twitter, Inc.


26 days ago

Sr. Software Engineer - Platform Infrastructure (Core Services)

Twitter, Inc. San Francisco, CA

Direct response advertising has been a major growth engine for our ads business over the last several quarters. And we’re confident that our recent… Twitter, Inc.


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    Some good perks, but unstable management, stealth firings, and relentless pace

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA
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    Doesn't Recommend
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    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    The platform and product are incredible, although it's unclear how committed the current leadership and management is to retaining the aspects that made it so great (user trust, respect for privacy) and how things will change in the relentless pursuit of more MAUs to satisfy wall street

    The free food is amazing and company is generally open to flexible work schedules dependent on department and manager. Very good leave policies (unlimited PTO, 10 weeks maternity/paternity leave), although good luck taking a vacation and not checking email or attending a meeting.

    Compensation is good; RSU grants prior to IPO (can't speak post) were generous.

    Cons

    The company is going through an identity crisis as it transitions from a small private company to a large public multinational with significant investor pressure. That transition has taken its toll on leadership and it feels like DickC is scrambling to save his job and survive, largely by implicitly blaming others for the company's failures, getting rid of a huge number of executives. The churn at the top hurts those at the bottom as the constant leadership changes come with new org structures, new philosophies, and new politics, and projects get put on hold and priorities shift.

    There have been a number of stealth layoffs, which management states is for poor performers, but people usually don't see it coming and even those working with the impacted employees had no idea. One day you'll email somebody you've been working with closely for months and it gets bounced back and that's how you're informed they're gone, but there's very little further discussion about it. This leads to a stressful environment where people are always worried about the axe, and consequently have short time horizons when thinking about their future at the company.

    When executives were recently asked what they thought about a recent exodus of "long-timers" (people at Twitter around 4 years) the response was an acknowledgment that the pace was relentless and people leaving matches expectation. Lasting two years here is a victory and you're considered an old timer at that stage. Despite the constant churn due to people burning out or getting fired, there's very little investment in building institutional knowledge or making the company work culture more sustainable. You can see the short term outlook everywhere, even in public comments, and people seem focused on short term wins to move short term metrics versus longer term investments in building a stable and long lasting business that will be around for the long haul. It's a real shame because it's an

    Advice to Management

    Think long term and beyond saving your own jobs or increasing your own stock payout. Be courageous in thinking beyond short term investor pressures and think about building a product and work place that will be here for the long haul.


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