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July 7, 2020

What is paid time off like at LiveRamp?

Pros

Great employee benefits, wonderful flexible time off program, culture that has supportive teams and leadership responsiveness

Cons

Rapid growth, which is really great and comes with it is some process opportunities (this is not really a con, it's a great spot to be in actually).

Advice to Management

Continue listening to your employees.

Great employee benefits, wonderful flexible time off program, culture that has supportive teams and leadership responsiveness

July 7, 2020

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April 12, 2022

Does LiveRamp offer relocation assistance?

Pros

- career advancement opportunities - great benefits package - flexibility - recognition

Cons

- communication across teams could be more effective

great benefits package

April 12, 2022

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July 27, 2020

Does LiveRamp offer massages?

Pros

- People tend to be given responsibility. - There are opportunities to grow, both in terms of learning technologies, but also in terms of driving projects and taking on responsibilities other than coding - interesting architectural and scale problems that come with the nature of the product - I really like most of the people I work with. They're motivated, nice, and smart. - Pre-Covid, the San Francisco office was pretty nice and had a decent snack selection. Getting free lunch and free coffee is nice. - Hackweek has been a good opportunity to try out new ideas or tech. Hoping that stays the same with the move to floating "hack days." - Pay is good - Unlimited PTO is mostly a good thing: taking time off can sometimes be hard (or hard to catch up from), but most people take more than 2-3 weeks throughout the year

Cons

- The product and systems can be quite complex, and some info on the details of how they work is tribal knowledge. - Some parts of the codebase have a lot of technical debt and take a decent amount of effort and talking with engineers experienced with them to understand. For a while, LiveRamp skewed too much towards hiring new grads and that shows in the code. Making seemingly small changes can be harder than expected because of the difficulties related to tech debt that can be discovered along the way. - Being on call can vary from a light load of checking alerts and performing some manual cleanup to a full time job for the on call engineer that can mean working some off hours or on the weekend if you're unlucky. - There a few "ownerless" systems or end-to-end product features. Making changes related to these can be hard. - Some growing pains around product intake and prioritization process. Each team has a lot of autonomy in choosing their own backlogs, which can be good in some cases, but can also mean a lot of effort is spent trying to select which few things can be done and deal with stakeholders pushing for initiatives there isn't time to do. - Some engineering management and product roles are or have been stretched thin - There can be crunch periods, depending on the team and project. - Escalations can create friction or throw a wrench in project planning.

Advice to Management

- Keep building out the Technical Project Management org. That should help engineers better focus on being engineers (rather than trying to align schedules and chase stakeholders) and help us refine our planning processes. - Focus on building long-term solutions, even if there are short-term trade-offs. - Make sure teams are empowered to say "no" to projects to avoid trying to juggle too many. - Keep moving on efforts to clean up tech debt and build systems that work for the long-term. - Maintain support for tech stack modernization. - Create opportunities for more casual interaction, particularly across teams, while we're all working remotely

Getting free lunch and free coffee is nice.

July 27, 2020

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May 27, 2020

Does LiveRamp offer dental insurance?

Pros

I've been working at LiveRamp full time for the last 3 years. The company truly values and invests in us. Over those years, I've watched this company grow from 200 to 1000 employees. Not much has changed but my favorite qualities are listed below: 1) You get to work with smart, nice people, who get things done 2) Strong culture 3) Work-Life Balance 4) Tons of room for growth 5) Great pay and benefits (commuter, 401k matching, medical, vision, dental, child care/16 weeks MAT leave) 6) Flexible time off

Cons

Growing pains always happen when you're on a rocket ship but as long as upper management continues to be transparent, there are no issues! I miss being in the office :( - not because of LiveRamp but because of COVID.

Advice to Management

COVID has been tough on employees but you're doing the most to help us. Thank you!

5) Great pay and benefits (commuter, 401k matching, medical, vision, dental, child care/16 weeks MAT leave)

May 27, 2020

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May 27, 2020

Does LiveRamp offer family leave?

Pros

I've been working at LiveRamp full time for the last 3 years. The company truly values and invests in us. Over those years, I've watched this company grow from 200 to 1000 employees. Not much has changed but my favorite qualities are listed below: 1) You get to work with smart, nice people, who get things done 2) Strong culture 3) Work-Life Balance 4) Tons of room for growth 5) Great pay and benefits (commuter, 401k matching, medical, vision, dental, child care/16 weeks MAT leave) 6) Flexible time off

Cons

Growing pains always happen when you're on a rocket ship but as long as upper management continues to be transparent, there are no issues! I miss being in the office :( - not because of LiveRamp but because of COVID.

Advice to Management

COVID has been tough on employees but you're doing the most to help us. Thank you!

5) Great pay and benefits (commuter, 401k matching, medical, vision, dental, child care/16 weeks MAT leave)

May 27, 2020

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