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64 English questions out of 64

June 12, 2022

What is paid time off like at Indeed?

Pros

This review would be huge if I listed everything. Unlimited PTO, work from home allowance, mentorship programs, hefty insurance packages even for domestic partnerships with no documents needed, bonuses, stock, great pay, There are so many amazing things it stresses me out because I'm terrified to lose the job.

Cons

Someone who hasn't worked in the tech industry before may find Indeed's jargon to be hard to parse.

Advice to Management

Gather and understanding after hire of how familiar the new employee is with the world of tech companies and how things work on average.

Unlimited PTO, work from home allowance, mentorship programs, hefty insurance packages even for domestic partnerships with no documents needed, bonuses, stock, great pay, There are so many amazing things it stresses me out because I'm terrified to lose the job.

June 12, 2022

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April 5, 2020

Does Indeed offer massages?

Pros

Great employee perks including top class health insurances, free drinks and snacks

Cons

The worst working experience I've ever encountered. -No work life balance. In the interview, I was told there is awesome work life balance here, and almost no OT here which is totally not the truth. You are expected to work 10-12 hours a day. Though it's not enforced directly, it is implied by team lead and manager. They assigned you the overwhelmed work to do which is even out of your job scope, then told you that you can stop your work at 6pm. But the workload is definitely couldn't be finished before 6pm. Even you sacrifice yourself and work overtime every day, the work will never be completed. Because they keep assigning you the work more and more, and lastly give you the worst and false evaluation even though how hard you worked. -Poor management. Poorest management team, you couldn’t imagine a team can be leaded by these kinds of people: they are emotional, unprofessional, childish, lack of basic working knowledge. They couldn’t accept any different voice, and keep building “yes-man” around them. The leads keep making mistakes but all will become subordinate’s faults, that’s their way. -Office politics. It’s so funny even there is office politics in such a small team, and 2 team leads in the same team. The power-hungry leads use their subordinates as a tool to fight for their promotion. So, subordinates must become victims. -Border bullying culture Harassment behavior from team leaders and managers. Even they have an ethical team or HR department who should take care of this kind of issue, and you reported to them you have mentally exhausted due to endless border bullying, but no one take care of this issue seriously, and no one will care you, anyway you’re replaceable. And the team leader even told you, if you couldn’t endure then quit here.

Advice to Management

-Genuinely review those team leads and managers who are really not qualified to their roles. If the turnover rate is high in the department, something should be wrong with the leads. Please do some investigation for the reasons, especially when the new hire resigned. Please think about the rectification of your management team. -Company shouldn't connive and ignore the bulling behavior, and keep those people in the management team. The leads can make or break the culture. -Value and respect your employees.

Great employee perks including top class health insurances, free drinks and snacks

April 5, 2020

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October 28, 2020

Does Indeed offer relocation assistance?

Pros

Great Leadership, good benefits, and salary package. Positive company culture

Cons

Internal communication and heavy proccess

Great Leadership, good benefits, and salary package.

October 28, 2020

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June 3, 2022

Does Indeed offer dental insurance?

Pros

Pay is good, flexibility to work remote and get the job done. Good benefits and Medical coverage

Cons

It really depends on your manager, there are good managers that have managed before and then there are other managers who are trying to make their mark and not looking out for their team.

Good benefits and Medical coverage

June 3, 2022

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May 19, 2021

Does Indeed offer family leave?

Pros

pay flexibility paternity leave pension, so many benefits

Cons

I have no cons to report for working at Indeed

Advice to Management

Keep doing what you're doing

pay flexibility paternity leave pension, so many benefits

May 19, 2021

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