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Network Engineer, Senior Req ID

Yahoo! Inc. Sunnyvale, CA

Yahoo currently has a Network Engineer, Senior position available at our office in Sunnyvale, CA. Duties: Responsible for overall strategy, network… Glassdoor

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EMEA Head of Agency and Trading

Yahoo London, England

Yahoo is looking for an EMEA wide agency trading leader that will be responsible for building and managing a cross-functional team that provides EMEA… Glassdoor

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    A good job with the usual corporate pitfalls.

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    Former Employee - Small Business Web Hosting Support in Hillsboro, OR
    Former Employee - Small Business Web Hosting Support in Hillsboro, OR

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    There is definitely room for advancement if you can show ability to take on the tasks. The company is very open to employee input for solving issues or creating new tools. The health benefits package is very good. Immediate management are knowledgable of the product and advocate for their employees.


    As usual in a large corporation, one department may not be aware of what another is doing. Upper management can be disconnected from what your team needs to do a job as efficiently as possible. Despite preaching customer appreciation/specific service levels, money is the ultimate determining factor on some decisions to the detriment of the product and brand. Corporate higher ups can sometimes implement well meaning policies that make the job harder as a knee-jerk response to a complaint. Outsourcing can sometimes be a looming threat. Some back-end systems appear to no-longer have maintainers that truly understand how it is put together. IT can't always fix strange network problems despite creating issues that ultimately hurt your metrics and may result in discipline. Somewhat moderate churn for front line employees and some management.

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    Always make your employee's tools are properly working. Seek front-line employee input before implementing new procedural policies that may impact service levels.

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