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- "The culture and the vibe at LI is great; there's a friendly 'can" (in 964 reviews)
- "The Dublin office offers great benefits and a culture where I learnt a lot during 4 years." (in 546 reviews)
- "People are great and on site perks are good." (in 523 reviews)
- "being really matters and the company gives you amazing perks to be able to have a good work/life balance." (in 360 reviews)
- "Great perks (from free food and free gym to equity plan)" (in 182 reviews)
- "Middle Management in the London office is/was poor." (in 117 reviews)
- "This has resulted in some very mediocre people getting promoted and as a result you have bad managers." (in 99 reviews)
- "Middle management is inexperienced." (in 47 reviews)
- "Slow career progression based on rigid assessment criteria" (in 44 reviews)
- "Limited Growth opportunities depending on the market Going up the ladder is very competitive" (in 31 reviews)
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- 5.0Oct 1, 2023SalesCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearNew York, NY
Great place to work. Innovative with great colleagues.
It can be difficult to sale sales navigator when it is available for businesses to buy online at the same price and not have to go through a sales rep.
- 4.0Feb 24, 2016ManagerFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsSan Francisco, CA
Excellent product, world-class benefits, above average pay, relaxed dress code, growth opportunities, and friendly atmosphere. I love the management philosophy of Leadership, Leverage, Results. Early on in every position, the employee is asked "what is your next play." The company is always looking to determine your next role and opportunity.
LinkedIn hires on pedigree and age. Most managers are under 30, directors are under 40, and anyone over 40 is a rarity. Important positions will be staffed based on the university the employee graduated from, rather than work experience. Sales process is being created by recent Ivy League grads who have never sold. Some sales and service director positions have been filled with individuals who are extremely smart but have limited to no experience selling and retaining. The attitude is if you are smart, you can lead any team no matter if you have zero experience doing your staff's actual trade. The millennial focus is highlighted in many aspects of the culture. At the 2016 global sales organization meeting, messaging was all about "you are the best-of-the-best" and that LinkedIn would not be successful without the individual job you do. Top performers were highlighted in front of thousands of employees. As the employee came to the stage to receive their well deserved award, videos of colleagues commending them were shown. Interspersed among work-centric kudos, the awardee's parents were shown in the videos congratulating their child and stating how proud they were of them. For a non-millennial, it was weird to see their parents congratulating their kid in a work setting. But this is also a company who holds Bring Your Parents to Work Day.436
Times are tough in tech. Anyone actually enjoy working for their companies? Which companies have maintained their positive culture during the macro downturn? I can say with certainty, LinkedIn is not one of those companies.
Hi friends, hope everyone is well 💗 I’m having a hard time after a few great years at LinkedIn — started as PMM and promoted to SPMM but maxed out my room to grow. I started right out of bschool (CBS), did my internship at Amazon in product management and open to hopping back across to PM or continue in product marketing. If anyone could refer me to big/medium tech (or have wisdom to share) I promise to use any and all opportunities for good (: Thanks a mil
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LinkedIn has an overall rating of 4.2 out of 5, based on over 6,746 reviews left anonymously by employees. 84% of employees would recommend working at LinkedIn to a friend and 66% have a positive outlook for the business. This rating has decreased by -4% over the last 12 months.
84% of LinkedIn employees would recommend working there to a friend based on Glassdoor reviews. Employees also rated LinkedIn 4.2 out of 5 for work life balance, 4.3 for culture and values and 3.8 for career opportunities.