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Public Relations Manager United States

Build, manage and leverage relations with the media, including press, analysts, bloggers, and social media influencers. Collaborate with designers…

28 days ago

Component Software Engineer Seattle, WA

• Write and maintain scalable, testable, efficient, and documented code for modern, n-tier software systems for multiple platforms such as mobile… Glassdoor

8 days ago

Build & Release Engineer Calabasas, CA

• Write automated shell scripts to configure and maintain different environments used throughout the SDLC. • Build, configure, and deploy software… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Sr. Business Systems Analyst, ERP (Financial) Carpinteria, CA

• Deliver ERP financials improvement through streamlining the user experience, workflow and reporting. . Systems include: General Ledger, Payables… Glassdoor

14 days ago

Delivery Coordinator Carpinteria, CA

• Coordinate, compile, and replicate the finalized image and video assets into various content delivery networks according to… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

UX Designer San Francisco, CA

Many companies promise high-profile User Experience positions in an environment that values creativity and design, but few can actually deliver like… Glassdoor

4 days ago

Acquisition Marketing Manager, Digital San Francisco, CA is seeking a highly analytical and well-organized person that has the ability to keep our customer’s perspective at the forefront of all… Glassdoor

3 days ago

Marketing Infrastructure Lead – new San Francisco, CA

The Marketing Infrastructure Lead will work closely with marketing leadership to understand and prioritize top needs, drive strategic solutions, and… Glassdoor

20 hrs ago

Acquisition Marketing Manager, Partner & Affiliate – new San Francisco, CA

The Acquisition Marketing Manager, Partner & Affiliate will manage all aspects of the partnership marketing efforts as well as the… Glassdoor

23 days ago

Senior Email Marketing Manager San Francisco, CA

• Own and take full accountability of lifecycle email programs from strategy to development to execution. • Develop strategy of lifecycle email… Glassdoor Reviews

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    The really care about their employees... Right up until they don't

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

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


    Great benefits, great workplace. Beautiful area and campus. Enthusiastic and hands-on owner. Snacks. Great co-workers.


    They're very rah-rah about the company and the employees that make the company so great. Which is great. Until they decide on a change of direction. Then they usually lay off the people they don't need anymore and hire new people to do these new things. Until the next change of direction. The upper management seems to like to throw people at problems instead of solving the bigger company-wide issues that lead to the problems.
    It's a great place to work as long as they know they need you. But as soon as they think they don't, you're unceremoniously booted. And this is not just referring to the 10% of the company that was recently laid off. I definitely would not advise anyone to relocate to work at, as I've heard too many stories of cross-country moves, then layoffs within a year. And if you happen to be looking for a Marketing VP job, you'd have better job security as the drummer for Spinal Tap.
    My biggest criticism of would be the wide gulf between how they present themselves to their employees as the benevolent rulers of the online education world, and the ruthless drive for profit that's the reality of their business.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    You hire people who are eminently qualified for their jobs. Let them do the jobs you hired them to do, and have faith that, just maybe, they can also adjust to the changes that you want to implement in the future. Stop pulling the rug out from under employees who love working for You're gaining a reputation as a revolving door when it comes to employees, and that's not the best way to get the best people.

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