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2 days ago

Associate Software Engineer (Matching) – new

eHarmony Los Angeles, CA

eHarmony is looking for highly talented new grads to join any one of our Engineering teams! Every day, eHarmony matches millions of people based on… eHarmony

4 days ago

Accounting Manager

eHarmony Los Angeles, CA

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: • Oversee the day-to-day accounting function of two direct reports. • Oversight of the Accounts Payable function and… eHarmony

4 days ago

Senior Manager, Systems Operations

eHarmony Los Angeles, CA

, the right candidate will have a high sense of urgency, clear customer focus and accountability, along with creativity and decisiveness. You should… eHarmony

5 days ago

Front End Software Engineer

eHarmony Los Angeles, CA

• You know the difference and similarities between desktop and mobile development. • You're self-motivated… eHarmony

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eHarmony Founder and CEO Neil Clark Warren
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41 Ratings
  • Helpful (5)

    Full of aimless big wigs

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    Former Employee - Software Engineer in Santa Monica, CA
    Former Employee - Software Engineer in Santa Monica, CA
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at eHarmony full-time (More than 3 years)


    Perks are good. Most non-executive employees are nice.


    Just another tech company that tries to mask political egos, aimless vision, and unfulfilled employees with superfluous perks - alcohol fueled outings, company subsidized massages every Wednesday, gym memberships, etc. If you’re passionate about tech and looking to actually learn and make interesting contributions in your day job, definitely look elsewhere. Their ability to exploit lonely people through marketing campaigns is what continues to keep this company afloat, and has nothing to do with vision, leadership or innovation. Their COO who basically runs the entire company seems to only care about the bottom line, and disregards their base of mostly unhappy customers. Probably explains why engineers, designers and product managers have recently been leaving in droves, and management is scrambling to keep the few talented people they have left happy.

    Advice to Management

    Focus on improving the product and delivering at least some value to your users. Listen to your talent base, rather than the aimless executives.

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