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What Employees Say
I have been working at Adobe full-time
I can honestly say that I've never been surrounded by so many genuine, authentic, and nice people in my career. The work environment is one where colleagues truly care about each other. It may sound... simple but it's really motivating to be at a company where employees care so much about each other and the company cares about you- as a person not just another employee. There is also a mindset here where leadership is always questioning the status quo, pushing everyone to think bigger and differently, not get complacent, and to push for disruption if it will make us better. For a company over 30 years old and very successful, it's incredible to see and hear our leaders pushing for new ways of thinking so actively. There is no "old vs. new" guard that you might see at other companies. In addition to all this, the offices are gorgeous, comfortable, and creative. Food is excellent and subsidized a lot (not free which I like as there's no waste and less entitlement that what I've experienced at other Valley companies).
No real cons from a working perspective, I could get picky and say the elevators get crowded at lunch time and parking is tough if you show up to work late!
Advice to Management
Keep up the mindset of being so welcome to new ways of thinking, fresh perspectives. The humility here is key to us continuing to get better and stay ahead.
I have been working at Skytree full-time for more than a year
I like the culture of the company a lot, it is a bit like an academic group (not surprsising since it started as one) but with much better pay and way less politiking. Interesting projects and very... capable knoweledgeable coworkers and superiors, very open to new ideas and technologies. Frequent guests from universities and research labs. Flexible work arrangements, flexible hours.
We are a startup and with it come the usual startup cons, e.g. an occassional crunch time where something *HAS* to be done today, longer work week - 45-50 hours seems about average. As far as... company specific cons - I really can't think of any.
Advice to Management
Would be cool if we had more company-wide events, e.g. a fishing trip or five.