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- 5.029 Nov 2023Technical SourcerFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsDallas, TX
- the people, the people, the people - I loved working with them - work-life balance - benefits were stellar - autonomy - freedom to implement new ideas - culture - ERG events and support - mentorship/mentee opportunities regularly - openness of other people to connect and network
- layoffs - leadership issues with headcount and direction - budget cuts - hard to transition internally to new roles
- 4.01 Dec 2023Technical SourcerFormer Employee, less than 1 yearSaint Louis, MO
All the extra perks that come with working at Meta are second to none.
You are a very small cog in a very big machine. Profits over People. Made $32 Billion in profit and laid off thousands.
- 4.022 Nov 2023Technical SourcerFormer Employee, more than 1 yearLondon, England
- people - compensation - structure & clear goals
- lack of transparency across the company - your satisfaction heavily depends on which team/department you're in - unexpected lay-offs
- 4.06 Nov 2023Technical SourcerCurrent EmployeeLos Angeles, CA
gives you all you need to be successful in the role and all the added benefits
leadership didnt know how to run the company in the face of tiktok taking over. Lost a lot of money on reality labs that hasnt turned a profit
- 5.09 Nov 2023Technical SourcerFormer Employee, less than 1 yearChicago, IL
Great culture, collaboration and ability to make an impact.
Limited opportunities to take on work outside of dedicated pipeline.
- 5.020 Oct 2023Sr. Technical Sourcing RecruiterFormer Contractor, more than 1 yearVancouver, BC
You get to learn a lot Lots of innovation
Things change too quickly. Your teams are changed quiet often. Very little ramp up time
- 5.010 Oct 2023Technical SourcerFormer Employee, less than 1 yearVancouver, BC
This company felt like somewhere I could've stayed for a while, growing in my career and also my bank account.
Due to the sheer number of recruiters in the organization, sourcing is more of an internal relationship building exercise than an external sourcing.