- San Francisco, CA
- 1001 to 5000 Employees
- 11 Locations
- Type: Company - Public (RAMP)
- Founded in 2005
- Revenue: $100 to $500 million (USD)
- Software Development
At LiveRamp, we are incredibly proud of our talent and aim to provide an exceptional experience to our employees. We believe that investing in our people, cultivating a strong culture, and committing to supporting our teammates encourages LiveRampers to become their best selves both personally and professionally. From our exceptional workplace culture to the benefits we offer, LiveRamp ensures that people are supported in every aspect of their careers. These offerings encourage our employees to be their best selves. Our promise is making a difference in the lives of our employees and our community. Our LiveRampers have completed a “Great Places to Work” survey that certified us to become one of PEOPLE’s Companies that Care. We’ve been featured on PEOPLE’s Companies that Care 2022 list. We have a commitment to not only support our employees but also the communities we serve, and our environment.
LiveRamp: Where people matter most People matter most is a commitment to putting our LiveRampers at the center of the decisions we make. It means that we understand that we cannot deliver an exceptional customer experience if you are not having an exceptional employee experience. It means we want you to LOVE working here.
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- Anonymous Employee in United StatesNo OfferNegative ExperienceAverage InterviewApplication
I applied online. I interviewed at LiveRamp (United States)
InterviewVery disorganized. They just transitioned candidate tracking systems and things got crossed on the backend. I applied for the Expert Services but the displayed job description was for the TAM role. Met with the smooth talking salesy recruiter, who did no clarification questions to qualify me for the role - but set me up an interview anyway with the hiring manager for the wrong role. I didn't have the right qualifications for the ES role after meeting with the hiring manager they said they'd definitely move me to the TAM role for the next interview and start there, as I am very qualified (I'm a Sr TAM at a Fortune 50 company). The recruiters proceeded to ghost me for 8 weeks after multiple attempts to call/email for follow up, I got a canned rejection email. One of the most disorganized and unprofessional experiences, I wouldn't take a role here if offered.Interview
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LiveRamp Awards & Accolades
- Fortune Best Workplaces in the Bay Area™ 2022, Great Place to Work® and FORTUNE magazine, 2022
- PEOPLE Companies that Care, PEOPLE, 2022
- Great Place To Work® Certification, Great Place to Work Institute, 2021
- Fortune’s Best Workplaces in Technology, Fortune, 2021
- Great Place to Work's Best Workplaces for Parents, Great Place to Work®, 2021, 2021
Popular Careers with LiveRamp Job Seekers
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...The benefits employees receive are very generous, and they have a fun work culture....
November 28, 2022
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Overall, 58% of employees would recommend working at LiveRamp to a friend. This is based on 576 anonymously submitted reviews on Glassdoor.
37% of job seekers rate their interview experience at LiveRamp as positive. Candidates give an average difficulty score of 3 out of 5 (where 5 is the highest level of difficulty) for their job interview at LiveRamp.
48% of employees think that LiveRamp has a positive business outlook. This is based on anonymous employee reviews submitted on Glassdoor.