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30+ days ago

Frontend Javascript Developer

IAC Oakland, CA

The role & your impact • Passion, knowledge and experience within the JavaScript and Node.js ecosystem. You know how to navigate the vast and… Monster.com

10 days ago

Director, Strategic Growth and Planning

IAC Oakland, CA

In this role you will work with various business unit leaders across some of IACs content properties to assess new initiatives and develop new… IAC

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    Former Employee - P M in Oakland, CA
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    I worked at IAC full-time (More than a year)


    Great work/life balance. (Management was great about vacations, WFH, etc.) Pay was reasonable. People were nice, if generally uninspiring. Lots of team functions/happy hours (though this may be a negative in some people's books).


    IAC runs their portfolio companies with a very short-term mindset. It's all quarterly targets and "what's the Street gonna think?" This makes transformative product development nearly impossible. (If you're not willing to sacrifice ANY near-term revenue, it's gonna be pretty tricky to come up with the Next Big Thing.) Also, no real growth opportunities across IAC companies. (It's not particularly easy for a mid-level employee to transition from one IAC company to another. You have to apply as if you were an outside candidate, at which point you might as well apply to a sexier, faster-growing outside company.) All leads to a pretty stagnant, second/third-tier feeling company. IAC is the anti-Google.

    Advice to Management

    Address the issues outlined in the "Cons" box above. Also, go easy on the corporate-speak. It fell out of fashion 20 years ago, and it's not generally useful or descriptive.

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