Mission: LendingTree will be the largest and most profitable performance marketing company in the world by:
-Building the #1 brand in each category
-Profitably out-marketing competitors into oblivion
-Building amazing customer experiences
I have been working at LendingTree full-time (Less than a year)
Great company culture, friendly people, lots of folks willing to help. I work on the content side of the business so I can't speak to sales or any other department.
Amazing attention to detail at the employee level -- there's a big emphasis on employee development, and it's clear HR really cares about investing in people and they encourage managers to do the same.
For example, a big part of the review process involves designating which employees have potential for more responsibilities (raise/promotion, etc) and throughout the year there are trainings available to improve the way teams work together.
All in all, you really feel like this is a positive work environment even as the company continues to scale and grow. That may have to do with the fact that the recession hit them so hard and yet they survived. You can tell they really appreciate that and that they know what's at stake if they fall on hard times again.
You just have to take one look at its stock value to tell how smart management is and that level of optimism definitely trickles down to morale.
They also give you a lot of freedom to do what you are good at -- there's not really anyone standing in your way if you've been entrusted with a project or a team. Most folks just want to know how they can help you succeed.
-Since our office is not located in Charlotte, we don't benefit from some of the perks at the Charlotte headquarters, like lunch, access to a gym, etc.
Another LT recruiter no-call - seems scattered and unprofessional overall. Recruiter scheduled time, then didn't call, then didn't answer email about rescheduling. Just be warned there's a high probability you're wasting your time.