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"Randy Falco needs to stop buying companies and focus on what he has now."

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Current Employee - Account Manager in San Francisco, CA
Current Employee - Account Manager in San Francisco, CA
Doesn't Recommend
Disapproves of CEO

Pros

The health benefits are good.

Cons

Very low company morale. Plus, AOL itself it pretty archaic and not cool.

Advice to Management

Get your act together.

Other Employee Reviews for AOL

  1. "Generic AOL review"

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    Current Employee - Operations Architect in Dulles, VA
    Current Employee - Operations Architect in Dulles, VA
    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    Interesting and challenging technical environment.

    Cons

    Being a scapegoat for all of Time Warner's problems. Lack of direction. Revolving door Management. Lack of customer focus.

    Advice to Management

    Make the customers happy not Time Warner or Wall street.


  2. "I've had better, I've had worse and therefore I'm just Neutral."

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    Current Employee - Account Manager in San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - Account Manager in San Francisco, CA
    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    The best reasons to work here at AOL are;
    1- Life and Work Balance. Summer days (1/2 day Fridays) and flexible when needed.
    2- Old School internet culture= good fun people to work with.
    3- 'Potential.' The company has the potential to do so much better if they align the tools and technology they have and communicate effectively internally.

    Cons

    The company is big and getting bigger- its harder to have good communication between the different businesses within AOL and the new businesses being acquired.
    And because of it's size- you have less opportunity to shine (depending on your position).

    Advice to Management

    Senior Management needs to build from the ground up. Sometimes you cant fix certain parts in hopes that it will all work together. Maybe setup a team to really work on restructuring and processes.

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