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Executive Assistant – new

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· You are a planner down to the smallest details. Your vacations are planned out to the hour! (But you always get into the best events that way and… thePlatform

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Software Architect – new

thePlatform Seattle, WA

This position offers a tremendous opportunity to influence the next generation of interactive media applications. The role provides unlimited… thePlatform

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  • Good Opportunities for Advancement, but High Drama Workplace

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    Former Employee - Applications Support Engineer in Seattle, WA
    Former Employee - Applications Support Engineer in Seattle, WA

    I worked at thePlatform (More than a year)


    Great employee perks; free snacks and drinks, frequent employee lunches and afternoon art walks. Employees are generally allowed to pursue side projects (building tools, teaching seminars, etc.), and it's possible to have a lot of influence, even as a lower ranking employee, over what direction your team goes in. Good opportunities for advancement and to pursue the things that interest you the most. Upper management is generally friendly and accessible. Depending on what team you're on, overtime pay is a possibility.


    Annoying machismo among the overwhelmingly male tech support staff; a great deal of sexism in the workplace that I noticed even as a guy. Also lots of talking bad about co-workers behind their backs, and lots of drama. The company is owned by Comcast, so procedural HR stuff in general is cumbersome, filled with red tape, and we had to use the same terrible employee portal as the rest of Comcast, which was even less functional for us, as we were a part of Comcast but not really.

    Advice to Management

    Put more of a focus on hiring diverse employees, and making sure everyone feels welcome. Encourage managers to resolve, rather than participate in, inter-employee drama, and possibly provide more training to them on how to lead a team... beyond just the stupid slideshow classes on the Comcast HR portal. Ditch the HR portal, if you're still using it.

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