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IAC CEO Greg Blatt
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Pros
  • There was a great work/life balance and true feeling of appreciation for employees (in 9 reviews)

  • Great people, good benefits, and the most beautiful building in Chelsea (in 7 reviews)


Cons
  • Not a lot of room for growth; senior management is out of touch with the office; promotions are based on favoritism; compensation is not competitive (in 7 reviews)

  • in addition, there continues to be a huge lack of communication between different teams (in 4 reviews)

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  1.  

    A very enlightening experience where I learned new things.

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    Former Employee - Product Support Representative  in  White Plains, NY
    Former Employee - Product Support Representative in White Plains, NY

    Pros

    comfortable work space, great boss, a lot of fun to work there.

    Cons

    None that I can think of

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Connect with your employees on a closer level

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  2. 5 people found this helpful  

    A great place to work for a short while

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    Current Employee - Web Developer  in  White Plains, NY
    Current Employee - Web Developer in White Plains, NY

    Pros

    Your coworkers are wonderful. There is a high percentage of competent people and a low percentage of egos and drama. People help each other and reach out to include people in social activities. There have been more cliques forming lately, though.

    Cons

    Lots of secrecy regarding job advancement. Salary scale is crazily scewed -- many of the most proficient workers are paid far less than people who are barely competent. There's almost no cost benefit analysis involved in large projects, which leads to huge amounts of money being sunk into plans that are highly unfavorable to the company.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    "Market research" should entail more than identifying successful products and attempting to clone them. Analyzing market saturation, tracking changes among target audiences, as well as weighing cost of production versus likely income are all obvious things that should be done before investing large amounts of company time into new initiatives.

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