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Marketing & Communications Senior Director

XPRIZE Culver City, CA

The Senior Director of Prize Marketing leads the portfolio of prize marketing. They are the key to having the world know and understand the what and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Director, Prize Operations

XPRIZE Culver City, CA

The Director of Prize Operations is responsible for tactical leadership of the XPRIZE portfolio of Active Prizes. Reporting to the VP, Prize… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Director, Marketing & Communications

XPRIZE Culver City, CA

The Director of Marketing will lead marketing (offline and online) for two to three prizes at a time. This role is central to the organization as… Glassdoor

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    Oh Come, Oh Come my Guardian Angel!

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    Current Employee - Senior Director in Culver City, CA
    Current Employee - Senior Director in Culver City, CA

    I have been working at XPRIZE full-time (more than an year)


    Honestly, don't see any perks.


    I don't even know where to start? Before coming to work for X Prize I heard a lot of great things about the company. This perception started quickly fading day after the day, since I started witnessing more and more anomalies and corruption. But, hey, wait we have HR to solve most of these issues, which sounds so assuring when you talk to them. In reality HR does not car!!!
    Many employees, including me heard HR saying(thinking out loud):"IF THEY DON'T LIKE IT HERE,THEY SHOULD GO FIND ANOTHER JOB". What a horrible unethical thing to say.

    In my opinion it is simply fascism. People complain because first of all HR does not do anything to improve their condition. Hmmm...., maybe they don't know how to?

    HR also asks employees to write positive reviews on glassdoor. Oh my God! How far and low they can go? Did I say UNPROFESSIONAL?

    Add UNETHICAL to that!

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Resign immediately if you care about well being of employees.

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