- Redwood City, CA
- 10000+ Employees
- 40 Locations
- Type: Company - Public (EA)
- Founded in 1982
- Revenue: $5 to $10 billion (USD)
- Video Game Publishing
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a month ago
Considering an senior SE architect role at EA, and was wondering if anyone could share some insights re comp and negotiation. I currently have a respectable salary and PTO for ORL but feel I’m underpaid and am truly staff/principal. Can anyone share RSU amounts, bonus, percentages, sign on bonus negotiations that might be of help? 220k Senior Architect, prev Hands On Director Electronic Arts (EA) EA
2 months ago
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I recently interviewed last week with Electronic Arts, the initial interview went extremely well, was even told that my profile and information would be passed around to other departments because of how much experience I have. I was told that I would hear back from them by the end of the week of next week. It is now next week and I have not heard any news yet even though I sent a thank you email. Should I send another one? Also, what are somethings I should ask in the next round?
5 months ago
Moving to Orlando next month and have come across a number of exciting hybrid opportunities at Electronic Arts (EA) . I have been fully remote for the past 4 years and am tired of it. How do you suggest I go about securing a referral to make my chances stronger? The positions are closely aligned with my strengths and experience….
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Some of the diversity, equity and inclusion work that EA did and progressed on while I was there was cool to see as I was there. It felt as though they really walked the talk. There is ample opportunity for moving teams and projects across EA, and employees will often return after being away at other companies.
Sometimes the leadership at the highest level can follow trends that the rest of the tech industry is doing which can stymie some of what different projects are doing, or result in somewhat unnecessary and recurrent layoff cycles. As mentioned in the pros, many employees are "boomerang" employees. They will often leave and come back and be able to demand a higher salary, whereas hanging around you may not see the same growth opportunities.
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Electronic Arts Awards & Accolades
- Fortune’s World's Most Admired Companies 2022, Fortune Magazine, 2022
- America's Best Midsize Employers, Forbes, 2022
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Overall, 80% of employees would recommend working at Electronic Arts to a friend. This is based on 3,299 anonymously submitted reviews on Glassdoor.
61% of job seekers rate their interview experience at Electronic Arts as positive. Candidates give an average difficulty score of 2.8 out of 5 (where 5 is the highest level of difficulty) for their job interview at Electronic Arts.
64% of employees think that Electronic Arts has a positive business outlook. This is based on anonymous employee reviews submitted on Glassdoor.