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- "Bad management and unable to compete in the region." (in 23 reviews)
- "No training structure" (in 17 reviews)
- "Bad leadership; say one thing and do another." (in 13 reviews)
- "Bad salary if you join at a starter level and try to work your way up!" (in 6 reviews)
- "hours are long and the rewards are few." (in 5 reviews)
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- 3.0Dec 3, 2020Software EngineerFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsMorrisville, NC
Reasonable deadlines for work life balance Good vacation balance Located in RTP 3 monitors Quarterly dev choice Lateral career opportunities Clean & siloed architecture Amazing release engineering team Amazing db team Mono-repo (like Google) Downstairs gym ($10/mo)
Overnight black friday shifts Loud/cramped open office WFH not an option (while covid it is) No standing desks or cubical walls Layoffs around every 4 years Save money by removing coffee cups and other services Flat engineering structure so no Sr levels Only promotion option is management On .NET Framework Siloed work, limited exposure to full stack No family events anymore A lot of devs leave due to management (good dev != good mgr)6ChannelAdvisor Response3y
As always, we appreciate the feedback and that you took the time to provide it. Thank you for the kind words about our release engineering and DB teams, too! We’re in the e-commerce business and so the holidays are critical for our customers… not much we can do about that and we do try to balance operational responsibility. We removed disposable coffee cups not to save money but to generate less waste (that’s why everyone got a branded mug to reuse). Lastly, our attrition rate in engineering is low single-digits and has been for years, so I’d take issue with the notion that “lot of devs leave” -- simply not accurate as our retention rate in R&D is best-in-class. But again, appreciate the feedback! David (CEO)
- 4.0Nov 11, 2018Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
nice people to work with relatively productively good work/life balance international exposure
in a niche market face some competition from big companies1ChannelAdvisor Response5y
Thanks for sharing your feedback! I especially love your comments around people as this is exactly the kind of environment we want people to feel. Sounds like you may have moved on from ChannelAdvisor so best of luck in the future! David (CEO)