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Opportunity to see how a successful company is run. more From a former California Facebook employee on June 9, 2014, under the heading "extremely cliquey, political, poor culture, lacking in communication and career growth."Pros: Amazing food, great campus and latest technology. It was unintentional, but now you gotta decide how much you're willing to give up, how much of your intellectual independence." The problem is not isolated to Facebook, he said, citing other social-media platforms such as Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat.
Advice to Management: Be absolutely honest to new hires about where Facebook stands in the spectrum between “severe” and “forgiving” for performance reviews, especially when you let new engineers choose their initial team. Though he didn't have answers on how to permanently correct the problem, Palihapitiya encouraged students to take a "hard break from some of these tools and the things that you rely on." He added that he has posted on Facebook only a handful of times over the past several years and didn't allow his children to use social media platforms, referring to them with an expletive.
Cons: You have to suck up to the right people and play a "game" if you want to succeed and get support for your career development at Facebook. Pros: Renowned company name, a good stepping stone to next career.
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less From a former Facebook software engineer on May 3, 2011. When he started, he said, there was not much thought given to the long-term negative consequences of developing such a platform.