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AOL Jobs in Los Angeles, CA

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17 days ago

Account Executive

Aol Los Angeles, CA

About the Role: In this role, youll be part of a team at the forefront of digital ads industry, working with an award winning Advertising… Aol

25 days ago

Video Client Services Manager

Aol Los Angeles, CA

Video Client Services Manager, ONE by Aol Video The Video Client Services Manager will be assigned to specific buyer (Agency, Trading Desk, Brand… Aol

25 days ago

Implementation Manager

Aol Los Angeles, CA

We are seeking an Implementation Project Manager/Tagging Expert. This role requires you to be extremely organized and technically savvy when it comes… Aol

12 days ago

Sr. Manager, Consumer Analytics & Research

Aol Beverly Hills, CA

AOL is seeking a Senior Manager to join the Consumer Analytics & Research team, as part of a fast-paced and highly capable team. Senior Manager will… Aol

23 days ago

Display Client Services Manager

Aol Beverly Hills, CA

AOL (NYSE: AOL) is a media technology company with a mission to simplify the internet for consumers and creators by unleashing the world's best… Aol

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  • undergoing great change, for better and worse

    • Work/Life Balance
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Software Engineer in Los Angeles, CA
    Current Employee - Software Engineer in Los Angeles, CA
    Positive Outlook
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    I have been working at AOL full-time (More than 3 years)


    It's fun, because the business is taking on lots of new challenges and opportunities. The problem space is big and could lead to great things.


    The benefits haven't really trickled down. Leadership is not multitasking that well through the chaos and a lot of important things are not being attended to. There is this weird upside down culture dynamic. It seems like the NY central is very focused on being hip and cool like those trendy tech companies, but in the process are failing to actually empower anyone who knows anything about technology or the how to run a good tech team. We get a bunch of surveys asking us about 'culture' and 'values'---which seems like a ridiculous way to learn about culture and values. And then I can't give an essential team member the raise that would allow me to retain them or get the head count I need to manage the growth, and there is no budget for desperately needed licenses and hardware. I get that leadership needs time to sort things out, but in the meantime we are growing and people are burning out.

    Advice to Management

    Get much stronger tech representation in senior leadership, i.e. not just one person. Take burnout seriously and act faster to prevent it or your team will disappear before you know what happened.

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