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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
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    I have been working at full-time


    Free food, free shuttle buses, relaxed culture, probably one of the best Chinese companies to work at. Dynamic and exciting company.


    There are some downsides, as are with any company - e.g. there's quite a lot of inter-departmental rivalry. It's a very large company too, easy to get lost.

    Advice to Management

    I suggest to increase communication between departments, put air filters in your offices, improve your Beijing office facilities, increase compensation. Interviews

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    I went through some of my contact people to have them arrange an interview for me. It took about three to four weeks for someone to contact me. The person's English was not that great but he was still able to communicate his ideas to me. After the interview, it took about a month of talking back and forth before a decision was made. Unfortunately I did not get the job.

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    • Salary was not discussed until the final day which was the reason for not getting the job.   Answer Question Awards & Accolades

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Headquarters Beijing, China
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Public (NTES)
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $1 to $2 billion (USD) per year
Competitors SINA,, TOM Group makes it easy for the Chinese to connect. The company's Web portal offers online community and e-commerce services, as well as content channels targeting users in mainland China. In recent years has shifted its focus to online game development, with much of its business being attibuted to popular titles such as Westward Journey Online III and Fantasy Westward Journey. The company generates revenues from fees charged to users of online games and wireless value-added premium services (stock quotes, downloadable ring tones for mobile phones ... More

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