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(258 total reviews)
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- "1) Great people / mentors / colleagues /" (in 78 reviews)
- "Great culture inside and outside the office to win and have fun doing it." (in 56 reviews)
- "Great benefits (getting better in 2022)" (in 41 reviews)
- "Work life balance is great" (in 25 reviews)
- "Great technologies and coworkers!" (in 22 reviews)
- "The leadership team is born and bred within LiveRamp." (in 10 reviews)
- "We need continuous training for all departments as a standard" (in 8 reviews)
- "Growing pains always happen when you're on a rocket ship but as long as upper management continues to be transparent, there are no issues!" (in 6 reviews)
- "But as teams continue to expand and have dependencies across other teams, there needs to be a minimum set of guidelines so that the communication is effective." (in 6 reviews)
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- 2.0Sep 7, 2022Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 3 years
Good people that care about other people have been driven out of the company (both voluntarily and involuntarily)
LTeam is stuck in brick and mortar days by calling for a return to office. There are a number of bullies on the LTeam that hold the rest of the leaders hostage. And the CEO does nothing to intervene. The propaganda that is being broadcast about people first at LiveRamp is utterly laughable.19LiveRamp Response2y
Thank you for taking time to share this review. Each of us has our own experience—yours matters and we should talk through it in the spirit of continuous improvement. Our leaders respect the values we set forth and make a special effort to create a safe environment for Liverampers to thrive and freely voice their concerns. Please do reach out and a member of our People & Culture team will ensure the concerns you have are addressed.
- 5.0Jun 1, 2017Managing Director, Enterprise AccountsCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsAustin, TX
Extremely supportive environment. Encourages and empowers women. Some of the brightest people in tech work here and the team I'm on is incredible. It's been a game changer for me both personally and professionally.
Some red tape on the Acxiom side of the house and internal politics.
- 5.0Sep 1, 2014Product ManagerCurrent Employee, less than 1 year
It's a lot of fun to work here with extremely motivated and intelligent people. Very selective hiring makes sure that people are a good fit for the company and are passionate team players. Everyone is given a lot of responsibility which makes work challenging and exciting. I have worked for a few companies before joining LiveRamp and have to say this is the first place where I have actually enjoyed tremendous personal and professional growth in less than half a year - thanks to excellent colleagues and challenging work. Even after the recent acquisition not much has changed when it comes to work style and culture as the company remains largely independent. We're still growing fast and most people are very excited about new growth opportunities that come along with the acquisition.
The company gives you a lot of flexibility and autonomy in your work style, but you have to make sure to find your own work/life balance which can be challenging at times. If you care about working on consumer-facing products this might not be right place for you - you have to be able to derive your motivation from the (sometimes) more abstract business value we create for our customers and the larger consumer impact the company has on marketing.
- 4.0Jul 16, 2018Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
-Good environment to grow your career and take on a lot of responsibility fast -Really nice and social people -Company values are clear and reinforced
-Organization structure shifts constantly which adds a lot of unneeded confusion and reacclimatingLiveRamp Response6y
Fellow LiveRamper - Thanks for sharing your experience. We are indeed growing quickly, we we'll continue making org changes along the way. That can feel disorienting, to be sure, and there are always ways that we can make those transitions smoother. If you have ideas for how we can grow in this area, it'd be fun to do lunch and discuss. - Brandon
- 3.0Oct 4, 2021Data ScientistFormer Employee, more than 1 yearSan Francisco, CA
- There are some very smart and capable people working hard to get things done - Great work/life balance - Decent benefits
- Management lacks visions, and are unable to inspire employees - Spending $$$$s to acquire startups instead of investing $$s to empower employees to get the same things done. - Many in the higher managements have LR as their sole experience. Leading to complacency, narrow visions, and tendency to promote people based on tribal politics rather than talent. - Incompetent people hanging onto their jobs due to legacy tech / tech debt. They are protected by management due to politics. - Layers of managements sugarcoating real problems into oblivion. - Problems are obviously reflected in recent stock declines. Coupled with pay freeze, employees feel underpaid and obviously causing a lot of attrition4LiveRamp Response2y
We are glad you enjoy the benefits & work life balance. Liveramp strives to provide the best opportunities to our employees and those are just the start. I can see you have voiced concerns as well with management vision-If this is something you’d like to discuss further, the People & Culture team door is always open
- 3.0Nov 3, 2020Product ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 3 years
If you are at a mediocre or worse employer in ad-tech, and looking to get to a better one, LiveRamp likely fits the bill. The work-life balance is extremely manageable, coworkers are friendly, and there are some very intelligent and ambitious people in pockets. You have a lot of autonomy and flexibility and the overall comp + benefits package is reasonable. Most people in the org are friendly and approachable -- overall a good cultural vibe even if feels more corporate than startup now.
*Salaries frozen *Not many places wherein meaningful new opportunities are being incubated. The company should do more to foster entrepreneurship so that we can, ironically, find an 'identity' that will take us to a much greater place. There isn't much of a vision for that today -- the business is mostly in a fight to be relevant at all post-cookie. *The brighter your colleague is, the more likely they are to be trying to find a way out of LR. *3pd cookies disappearing is a substantial threat to the organization (as with any ad-tech company). For a company of its size and value, it is uncommon to face such an existential threat to its core business. The stability an employee feels now may not be there post-cookie. The company is making efforts to mitigate the damage by investing in a cookie-less solution, however it is very unclear how this will turn out. To join LiveRamp, you'd really have to believe that the future of the web is authenticated. This is a non-trivial bet to make, and the past attempts at such on the web have failed. The industry could very well go a different direction and/or LiveRamp's offering will just be smaller in the future than today. Still a better positioned company than most. *As another poster has mentioned, I would be cautious about joining the addressability team depending on whom you will report into.25LiveRamp Response4y
Teammate - Thanks for sharing your experience. I think that this review was written shortly before our announcement with The Trade Desk? That partnership speaks pretty directly to the viability of LiveRamp's product strategy—and a key ecosystem leader's confidence in the value of what we're building. Also: If not already, I encourage to share your perspective with Abhijit, our Chief Product Officer, and with Dave Eisenberg, the executive sponsor of our addressability effort. And if you'd prefer to talk with me directly, I'd be glad to make that happen. Let me know! - Brandon
- 5.0May 23, 2016Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearSan Francisco, CA
- LiveRamp sits at the center of the adtech ecosystem, making it an incredibly interesting and fast-paced place to work. - Everyone tends to be on the hard worker end of the spectrum, but the emphasis here is on finding ways to work smarter. While that phrase is pretty ambiguous, in practical terms that means that we're given a lot of freedom and support to work on projects that automate repetitive processes, cut down on communication silos, and increase our ability to serve more clients more, um, better. - The people are as smart and driven as they are fun to work (and party) with!
- The hours can be pretty long and the learning curve is very steep. - We don't always put people in positions that will make the best use of their talents and/or personality, and can be slow to identify and resolve those instances. - Problems aren't always resolved until they are escalated, which in the long run could create a culture of ALL CAPS, if you know what I mean.
- 5.0May 27, 2020Talent Acquisition SpecialistCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsSan Francisco, CA
I feel that LiveRamp has done its team a huge service in the way the company reacted to the pandemic. There is a lot of ambiguity out there, and LiveRamp has done its best to regularly communicate as much information as possible to the team. We have seen updates to our benefits and a new work-from-home program, both of which were implemented rapidly and in direct response to employee concerns. It's clear that employee feedback is taken seriously here. Beyond recent events, my experience at LiveRamp has been very positive. My team provided support and guidance from Day 1, while also leaving room for a lot of autonomy. Hiring teams here have high standards because they're looking for people that can add value to the team both in the short and long term -- if you're looking for a slow & steady kind of pace, this may not suit you. I believe it's made me learn and grow faster. I can't speak to other teams, but I know that people I work with every day are hardworking, kind, and caring. That's the kind of environment that makes it worth coming to work or getting online every day.
There are some processes that execs feel they do not have to follow. This causes bad habits to trickle down to their teams and sets a poor example.LiveRamp Response4y
Hi teammate - Thanks for sharing your experience, both about our response to the pandemic and overall. Your observation about executives not always following certain processes is important. In the spirit of learning and continuous growth, I'd love to talk through what you're seeing. Who knows? I may be one of the culprits and am eager to fill in any blind spots. - Brandon
- 1.0Aug 24, 2022Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
-Everything depends on your team and manager; there are some great managers in the company who people proudly follow -Select departments continue to have budget for offsites and hiring; but only those the leadership values and predominantly roles/teams that generate money
-They promoted flexibility for the last few years and many of us joined the company with this in mind. But clearly leadership wants to eventually mandate a return to office (we get bi-weekly emails about coming back already) -CEO is focused on old school idea that butts in seats are the reason the company isn’t doing well (instead of the many red flags, business gaps, and dumpster fires across the teams) -People Team used to look out for employees but majority of the empathetic leaders left and now new leadership mostly focuses on cost cutting and appeasing C-Suite -it is clear the company is not doing well on the market or internally… -Attrition is sky high6LiveRamp Response2y
Fellow Liveramper, our ears are open to this feedback. We work hard to invest in our people, and make decisions that provide the best possible outcomes. We always want our teammates to bring their best selves to work, and I’d love to have more dialogue around this so we can continue to innovate and grow.
- 5.0Sep 9, 2020PresidentCurrent Employee, more than 10 yearsSan Francisco, CA
- Great company culture. Everyone wants to do what's best for the company. - Product is unique and valued by customers. There are definitely areas that the product needs to improve but it's well positioned in the market. - High quality team. People are really smart and hard-working. The organic community building events that are emerging in WFH show how much people care about each other.
- Scaling challenges. Company has scaled quickly. People and process is catching up.1LiveRamp Response4y
Fellow LiveRamper - Thanks for sharing your experience and for all you've done over the years to build our team and company. Additional ideas welcome as we continue to scale. Your insight on growth is right-on: Exciting and rewarding, and also a call to action to ensure our processes keep pace. - Brandon