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Former Employee - Anonymous
Former Employee - Anonymous

I worked at Mint.com

Pros

its a good company, and the people is very nice

Cons

bad situation and the salary

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  1. Very good work life balance within Intuit and great project going on

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    Current Employee - Software Engineer in Menlo Park, CA
    Current Employee - Software Engineer in Menlo Park, CA

    I have been working at Mint.com full-time (less than a year)

    Pros

    good work life balance, choices of different kinds of fitness lessons, free lunch from time to time, exciting innovation going on, senior people here are very helpful, you can learn a lot

    Cons

    many changes going on within the orgs lately, hope we can have a more stable working environment later on

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    it's better to have less changes in the sense of shifting people between projects, and get more innovation ideas out to customers so that we can improve fast.

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  2. Not as Minty as before

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Mint.com full-time

    Pros

    It's a useful product, used by millions of people.

    Cons

    When it was acquired by Intuit, it was aimed to 'Mintify" the whole company; however, now it is more "Intuitified" itself. Almost all original Minters have left. Now this product is managed by a big boss from another Intuit department, with some his ex-subordinates brought in as mid-level bosses. And most product managers and engineers have worked on this product not long enough to know this product much, let alone to have good ideas.

    What they should work on: make this product easy to use, with better performance, to attract more users. Once you have 100 million users, you can do all kinds of things.

    What they actually work on: try to find new features to monetize, make features complicated to cover all use cases, move the dev team to IDC for lower cost, hesitate to improve performance at system level due to lack of capability and immediate demand. When nobody knows what's going on, "to rollback" is the easiest choice.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    It's too late.

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