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3 days ago

Sr. MySQL DBA – new

Auction.com Belmont, CA

/duties: • Monitor and provide DBA support for MySQL databases. • Work closely with Business Analysts, Product Managers and developers to… Auction.com


5 days ago

Head of Security and Compliance

Auction.com Belmont, CA

But don’t be fooled, this isn’t your traditional security engineering role; it will also put your project management skills to the test. You’ll work… Auction.com


26 days ago

Web Designer, Marketing

Auction.com Belmont, CA

/duties: List 3 – 5 central areas of responsibility that make up a large portion of the job • Design of product and consumer marketing to fulfill… Auction.com


5 days ago

Senior Software Engineer, iOS

Auction.com Belmont, CA

/duties: • Implement product features and refine specifications • Work with Product Managers and Business Analysts to design and define… Auction.com


5 days ago

Software Engineer, iOS

Auction.com Belmont, CA

/duties: • Implement product features and refine specifications • Work with Product Managers and Business Analysts to design and define… Auction.com


4 days ago

Director of Engineering, Web

Auction.com Belmont, CA

/duties: • Managing and hiring team of 5 to 8 Engineers. • Work closely with Platform (API) team and Product Managers to build our next… Auction.com


5 days ago

Mobile QA Engineer

Auction.com Belmont, CA

• Establishes the purpose and deliverables of the test effort. • Provides… Auction.com


26 days ago

Director of Marketing and Site Analytics

Auction.com Belmont, CA

/duties: • Lead innovative initiatives that help build new marketing capabilities and ‘operationalize’ analytics. This would include working… Auction.com


14 days ago

Senior Tax Manager

Auction.com Belmont, CA

/duties: All areas of responsibility listed below are essential to the satisfactory performance of this position by any/all incumbents, with… Auction.com


15 days ago

Sr. Technical Recruiter (Full-Time)

Auction.com Belmont, CA

Also, Google Capital just invested 50 million into us. This is a great opportunity for a Sr. Technical Recruiter to join a dynamic and fun internet… Auction.com


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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Belmont, CA (US)
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Belmont, CA (US)

    I have been working at Auction.com, LLC full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    After a rough few months of changes and layoffs, the company finally feels like it's better aligned for future success. Teams are better structured and we now have common goals. We've redefined our company mission and vision, and it feels like our individual goals and OKRs are aligning to achieve our mission/vision. It's not 100% there but it is getting better and I'm very hopeful for the future. The executive team is aware that we need to work on our culture and is making a dedicated effort to listen to employees, communicate better with employees, and build a strong culture.

    What I'm about to type will sound pretty brutal but it's how I perceive the situation - there are a lot of comments on here talking about the layoffs. I will agree that there were a handful of good people in those layoffs that got let go with little to no communication but for the most part? The layoffs reduced redundancy and got rid of idiots. And unfortunately, there were wayyy to many idiots that didn't do anything prior to the layoffs. There are substantially fewer idiots now and the people left are people who actually work and do their job and do it well.

    My benefits are pretty decent, we get free food in the Belmont office which is cool, my technology set up is pretty awesome, my coworkers are great and i'm finally on a great team. Like i said, it was a few bumpy months but I think things are finally aligned and will get even better over the next few months as we continue focus on our objectives, our employees, and our business.

    To sum up:

    * There are substantially fewer idiots, complainers and slackers now
    * Teams finally aligned and make sense
    * We got paid a bonus and while it was late, we still got one despite a downturn in overall company performance. Having come from big companies that don't give you squat when the company performance isn't 110%, i think something is better than nothing
    * Things are improving, management is aware of the problems and are working to fix things over time
    * Free food for Belmont, snacks, fun team

    Cons

    In the year that I've been here, I have had 4 different managers and the first three were awful. My current management team actually understands marketing and what I do so that is good. The layoffs demoralized people so that's been a con as people feel down and currently mistrustful of management. The communication from management isn't great. My bonus was late but I do realize that I'm lucky enough to get a bonus so I'm not complaining about that so much as I am the lack of communication. Internal communication is awful and needs to get better.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Continue to listen to your employees and continue to work on company culture. Improve internal communication around issues like bonuses, management changes, etc. Continue to build on internal transparency

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