- San Francisco, US
- 1001 to 5000 Employees
- 3 Locations
- Type: Company - Private
- Founded in 2010
- Revenue: Unknown / Non-Applicable
- Internet & Web Services
What people are saying about Stripe
9 months ago
I need help. I started in ad sales and moved on to marketing operations. Some time later I realized I was not making enough money and decided to leave my company. This is when I realized I lack the typical skill set and software knowledge for marketing ops at other companies. I feel like I’ve been basically wasting my time at my previous company. Managed a career change and an awesome op at Stripe to get laid off a year later. I Honestly don’t know what kind of roles to apply for now?
9 months ago
I was recently laid off from Stripe's Tax (Taxjar/Sales and Use Tax) department less than a year after making a career pivot to Tax and Tech. I was an Autofile Specialist and I processed filings for the month and completed various tax research and software projects during the off period. I really enjoyed working in tax, but now I'm having a hard time finding another role that is similar or in another in tax that is willing to hire with less than a year of experience. Any tips?
10 days ago
Hi! I'm seeing some roles open up for program managers at Snap, Google, Meta & Stripe. Would anyone be open to connecting and providing a referral? Quick about me: Technical & non-technical program manager with experience working on product, martech, and big data teams. MBA & consulting experience as well. DM me if you'd like to connect.
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The work is very high impact and there are lots of opportunities to learn if you're not already familiar with the fintech space. Most of the big projects I've been on so far have been fun to work on. There are also a lot of talented, kind, and helpful engineers at Stripe who are really nice to learn from. I really enjoy my manager and the folks on my team. The money + bonuses are ~ok~. Pretty standard for a pre-IPO unicorn, but the goal is that there will be a big pay off later (fingers crossed).
- The work life balance is *bad*. For how many products Stripe has, we are a very lean company. Too lean. There's just a lot of work, and very very tight deadlines, very fast paced, and not enough engineers and product managers to do all of it. If you want WLB as an engineer, join an infrastructure team, not a product team. - There is little to no investment in making the engineering org more diverse. This was surprising to me because of a lot of public facing company statements, but don't be fooled like I was. People (at least in the eng org) do not care about diversity. - HR sucks. And of course they would, I guess. But I had a really negative experience with HR where I walked away feeling completely devalued and gaslit. - Dev environments kinda suck and make the work a lot slower than it should be.
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InterviewAsked to do 3 communications that were at least a week worth of work before I even got to panels. They were looking for free work. Very unimpressed. They were clear they had terrible WLB.Interview
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