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Symantec Jobs in Culver City, CA

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9 days ago

Assoc Software Engineer-Symantec

Symantec Culver City, CA

Due to continued expansion, the Security Response Content Team is looking for an Assoc. Software Engineer. This is a position of technical expertise… Symantec

16 days ago

Senior Principal Software Engineer - Symantec

Symantec Culver City, CA

Relentlessly protect the world’s information. Make a difference at Symantec. Across the globe, we are an ‘essential’ partner to both consumers and… Symantec

15 days ago

Senior Principal Program Manager - Norton Engineering

Symantec Culver City, CA

• Coordinating delivery and dependencies with multiple product teams • Continuously assessing and optimizing delivery processes for teams to… Symantec

17 days ago

Assoc User Interface Designer - Symantec

Symantec Culver City, CA

• Candidates must have solid Interface Design skills focused on User • Experience within an Agile development environment is highly desirable… Symantec

14 days ago

Director, Customer Experience - Norton Business Unit

Symantec Culver City, CA

• Serve as the leading voice of the Norton customer and act as a customer experience advocate in all decisions that will impact the customer… Symantec

17 days ago

Sr Software Engineer( Android) - Symantec

Symantec Culver City, CA

As a Symantec Agile Software Development Engineer, you'll be part of a team that creates popular market-leading mobile security products, while… Symantec

9 days ago

IT Infrastructure Architect - Symantec

Symantec Culver City, CA

• Global WAN & Internet circuit strategy to enable mergers, acquisitions and divestitures • Network services strategy, including DDI (DNS, DHCP and… Symantec

19 days ago

Software Engineer / DevOps - Symantec

Symantec Culver City, CA

• Must be comfortable with CM work that goes hand in hand with product development of server side programming with good understanding of Core Java… Symantec

9 days ago

Prin Product Manager-Symantec

Symantec Culver City, CA

Our CTO organization develops the overall technology vision for Symantec, driving cross-company engineering initiatives and collaboration, and… Symantec

14 days ago

Norton Business Unit - Software Engineer Intern - Symantec

Symantec Culver City, CA

will be varied and include working a company-wide automation framework, as well as the associated integration points for product and component teams… Symantec

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    Current Employee - Sales Executive in Culver City, CA
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    Great health benefits, decent pay, nice people, stock price went up (good if you purchased stock via ESPP). Some of their products are great. New CEO, Steve Bennett, seems to really want to make the company a success. Has shaken out many middle managers and replaced VPs with his own cabal. Remains to be seen how effectively they can stream-line Symantec. Can't do worse than former management. I really think the new management team is sincerely trying to make things better.


    Basically the same cons of any 20,000 plus person company. Tons of bureaucacy. Like trying to run through glue. Committees, meetings are required to do the simplest of things. Procedures, procedures, and protocols, and they are always changing. Senseless required HR meetings. Hard to focus on your core job with all the emails you receive from different departments. You have 20-25 plus passwords for 20-25 different computer systems that you need to login to from time to time. And you need to change those passwords every 90 days or so. Don't write them down somewhere near your computer! Constant bureaucratic noise. You forget what your job is. Is it to fill out HR questionnaires, self-evaluations, progress reports, legal documents or what?

    Advice to Management

    I think it may be a good thing that you got rid of 2000 managers. Just keep doing your best to streamline the business and make systems more efficient. Get a single sign on program for employees to sign into all programs with one password. Cut out bureaucratic noise. Don't be so legalistic. Let employees do their jobs.

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