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30+ days ago

Executive Assistant, VP Product Marketing & VP, Partnerships

Yahoo! Sunnyvale, CA

* Provide first class executive administrative support for the SVP Brand Creative, VP Media and project support as delegated by the Executive… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Product Manager V

Yahoo! Sunnyvale, CA

* Gather market-driven requirements, write functional specifications and work with a dedicated development, service, and quality engineering teams to… Beyond.com


12 days ago

Search Account Manager

Yahoo! Sunnyvale, CA

* Manage a book of business consisting of up to 200+ direct clients * Knowledge and understanding of all internal systems to respond to general… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Product Manager, Ads and Data

Yahoo! Sunnyvale, CA

Our ideal candidate is a well-rounded leader with functional experience in digital media and a very strong track record of successful execution. You… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Sr. Manager, Procurement

Yahoo! Sunnyvale, CA

This position is a high-visibility Senior Manager role focused on driving value and significantly impacting organizational efficiency and Yahoo… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Sr. Events Manager

Yahoo! Sunnyvale, CA

The Senior Event Manager will be responsible for developing and executing high profile B2B and Consumer events that drive engagement and build… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Sr. Product Manager Platforms

Yahoo! Sunnyvale, CA

As a Sr. Product Manager at Yahoo!, you will develop market and product requirements, analyze trends, drive the product vision and strategy, and… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Senior Product Manager, Search

Yahoo! Sunnyvale, CA

Our ideal candidate is a well-rounded leader with functional experience in ecommerce and a very strong track record of successful execution. You are… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Senior Business Operations and Monetization Manager

Yahoo! Sunnyvale, CA

The Manager/Senior Manager of Business Operations and Monetization for Advertising and Data will report to the Sr. Director of Business Operations… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Senior Manager, Executive and Equity Compensation

Yahoo! Sunnyvale, CA

A candidate in this position will drive the design and implementation of Yahoo executive and equity compensation programs. The position is… Beyond.com


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    Current Employee - Technical Yahoo - Software Engineer  in  Sunnyvale, CA
    Current Employee - Technical Yahoo - Software Engineer in Sunnyvale, CA

    I have been working at Yahoo full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Yahoo is an amazing community filled with highly technical, passionate and kind people. Yahoos are really open and the company is focused on improving the products already released and creating new products that users will enjoy. The environment is great for any age and the community vibe gives it the feel on an extension of college. If you thought college was the best time of your life, you will love Yahoo. It's fast paced, the people are great and there is so much to learn and do on campus. You can find great opportunities anywhere.

    There are some reviews on here which state something about a bell curve review system where every employee has to fit a position in the bell curve and if you are at the bottom of the bell curve for 3 quarters in a row you get fired... *sigh*, it is complete bull. I wish I hadn't believed it because it stressed me out a little bit when I started, but I asked my manager about it and he just laughed. There were some rounds on layoffs a couple years back when MM took control. There was a rating system in place but basically it was people who weren't trying and who were not committing any code who were laid off/fired. If you go in every day, work with your team, enjoy the fun things at Yahoo and get things done no one will want to get rid of you.

    I also heard that if you keep getting the highest ratings in your quarterly reviews that they promote you and give you raises and more responsibility to make sure you are challenged. It isn't about waiting for a spot to come available, it's about making sure that you as a person develop, not just the company. I LOVE that!

    You also get long term disability insurance for free. This is a highly valuable perk!! I had a friend who injured himself scuba diving and is now paralyzed from the neck down. His company didn't provide LTD insurance and he had to ask his friends and family for money to help support his family and pay medical bills. It was heartbreaking to watch someone so vibrant do something they were embarrassed about while losing the use of 90% of their body. Most companies only give you short term for free. If the same accident happened to me I would get half of my salary from Yahoo until I was 65 and Yahoo would also take care of my medical bills. I am sure you could pay extra to increase the percentage to something like 80%, I'm thinking about it. I like to scuba dive.

    Craziest perk: In building C there's a refrigerator next to the gym entrance filled with flowers. If you're going home late or it's your wife's birthday you can grab some *nice* bouquets of flowers to take home. Free of course. :)

    Cons

    There's the whole "Work from home" thing that was a big deal to a lot of people, but I agree with the policy. I'd rather be on campus collaborating. You *can* work from home, but you need a reason such as doctor's appt, or DMV appt, plumber coming etc. But wouldn't you just rather be on campus for the free food?

    One point I will mention is that I had cheaper healthcare at my former company which was a lot smaller. There are about 5 policies to choose from. I used to get brand name meds for $10, now they're $30. It's still a great price compared to Obamacare and sure, I get paid a lot, but I was expecting a little bit better from Yahoo.

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    Cheaper healthcare? :)

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