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- Twitter scored higher in 9 areas: Overall Rating, Career Opportunities, Compensation & Benefits, Work-life balance, Senior Management, Culture & Values, CEO Approval, % Recommend to a friend and Positive Business Outlook.
What Employees Say
- "Work life balance" was the most mentioned Pro at Twitter.
- "Work environment" was the most mentioned Pro at Uber.
- "Work life balance" was the most mentioned Con at Twitter.
- "Wear and tear" was the most mentioned Con at Uber.
I have been working at Twitter full-time for less than a year
- Unique, massive scale challenges, interesting work - Genuinely caring and empathetic management! - Generous with well-being and taking care of our mental health - Definitely the most diverse... company I've worked for! - Very good tech, even though it can be dated at times, it works well! - Remote friendly - You can have a big impact as it's smaller than other big tech companies
- Pay outside the USA is poor - "market rate" puts you on par with local companies that treat their employees poorly and are far less successful. You copy their policies and lose a chance to hire top... talent and change the status quo.
Advice to Management
Review your international pay policy - people outside the US deserve fair pay for their contribution, not their country of residence. US salaries are _way_ higher than other countries, which... means it feels unequal despite your efforts to be fair. Lots of talented people are working outside the USA where the costs of living are as high if not higher than the USA, e.g. London or Singapore. By saying "we'll pay the market rate" you're being part of the problem that perpetuates unequal treatment. We're all helping build and run the company using our skills, why would the profits from our collective work be shared mostly to the USA employees?