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  1. «premiere experiencei»

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    Ancien employé - Employé anonyme - San Jose, CA (États-Unis)
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    J'ai travaillé chez Facebook (Moins d'un an)

    Avantages

    -Renommée de la société
    -Salaire dans la moyenne haute des cabinets équivalents

    Inconvénients

    -heure de travail souvent bien au delà de ce qu'il est demandé
    -compétition en interne

    Conseils à la direction

    Assurez une meilleure gestion des managers qui ne sont pas toujours compétents


  2. «Bien sous tous rapports, attention au work/life balance.»

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    Employé actuel - Employé anonyme - Dublin, Dublin (Irlande)
    Employé actuel - Employé anonyme - Dublin, Dublin (Irlande)
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    Avantages

    RSU, Cantine Gratuite, laptop et téléphone de fonction, gym prise en charge, transports publics pris en charge, congés parental, mutuelle.

    Inconvénients

    il n'y en a pas vraiment. Il faut surtout faire attention à conserver un minimum de vie sociale en dehors de facebook pour ne pas être coincé dans la bulle

    Conseils à la direction

    Plus d'attention et une meilleure visibilité pour les candidats soumis via referral. Un plan d'aide au logement, un plan d'épargne pour l'achat d'un immobilier.


  3. «qui souhaite occuper un emploi salarié»

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    Employé actuel - Manager - Abidjan (Côte d'Ivoire)
    Employé actuel - Manager - Abidjan (Côte d'Ivoire)
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    Je travaille chez Facebook à plein temps (Plus d'un an)

    Avantages

    L?envie de développer de nouvelles idées, notamment dans les métiers créatifs

    Inconvénients

    si on décide de devenir indépendant en se disant que ?c?est la seule solution

    Conseils à la direction

    Un peu de sérénité dans le travail va souvent de pair avec une plus grande efficacité. Le "savoir-être", qui se traduit par la confiance en soi


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    «Très bien :)»

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    Employé actuel - Directeur Marketing - La Haie-Fouassière (France)
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    Je travaille chez Facebook à plein temps (Pendant plus de 5 ans)

    Avantages

    Je suis pleinement responsable de ce que je décide et j'aime sa

    Inconvénients

    Il faut être sur de soi et ne pas avoir froid aux yeux


  6. Utile (3)

    «Analyste»

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    (Traduit de l'anglais)

    Avantages

    Dynamique, bien, génial, excellent, merveilleux

    Inconvénients

    Stress, mal, terrible, blabla


  7. Utile (158)

    «Fast paced company with high expectations, but incredibly fair. You won't a place that cares more about it's people.»

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    Employé actuel - Employé anonyme - Menlo Park, CA (États-Unis)
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    Je travaille chez Facebook à plein temps (Plus d'un an)

    Avantages

    - Incredible benefits
    - Excellent compensation that rewards strong performance
    - Lots of autonomy
    - Tons of room for growth
    - Very transparent from the top down
    - Strong leadership
    - Intelligent and caring colleagues
    - The most fair and well thought out review process you will find everywhere
    - Exciting work

    Inconvénients

    - If you don't learn to make the work life balance work for you, it can be exhausting. But you'll also be given lots of support with this if you ask for it.
    - It doesn't matter how good you are at your job, chances are you're going to be surrounded by a ton of other people who are just as good if not better. Imposter syndrome is real, but if you got an offer, you probably belong here too.

    Conseils à la direction

    Keep doing what you're doing, keep an eye on employee burnout, keep supporting your people and keep pushing them, and the rest of the world, forward.

    Réponse de Facebook

    17 avr. 2017 – Director, Global Recruiting Programs and Operations

    Thank you for the feedback. From the Life@ benefits and conveniences to the many employee affinity and advice groups, we are all here to support you. If you need additional help, please reach out to... Voir plus


  8. Utile (268)

    «Pleasantly Surprised»

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    Employé actuel - Site Selection Program Manager - Menlo Park, CA (États-Unis)
    Employé actuel - Site Selection Program Manager - Menlo Park, CA (États-Unis)
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    Avantages

    I'm a 55 year old working in a company where the average age is 28, and I've never been happier. I have always wanted to work in a company where I wasn't the proverbial square peg, and after nearly 30 years in the work force, I believe that I have found the company that complements my ideology for how a company should operate. Here are the "Pros" as I see them...

    - Leadership: Mark Zuckerberg, Sheryl Sandberg, Chris Cox and the rest of the leadership team. Inspiring, smart and totally real.
    - The Culture: The openness is a real thing, we're trusted to do the right thing, mistakes are expected, being yourself is important and encouraged, humility is encouraged and expected, building trust is paramount, the mission of making the world a more open and connected place isn't just a cool phrase because it guides everything. It's not about us, it's about everyone else.
    - The People: Smart and nice is what I find. The diversity is better than any other company I've worked at and it's getting better. Those that are figuring out how to make what we do better for everyone are really good at implementing their ideas. Two years ago I didn't know what this company really was or if it had a secure future. I can clearly see now that they have what it takes to last, and it's sincere.
    - Management: Managers are hired because they're good managers and not because they're good at something else. The management track is different than the contributor track and they're equal in importance.
    - Benefits: Working in the Valley it's hard to differentiate all the benefits employees receive and Facebook is at least equal to all the major tech companies, but coming from Seattle the benefits are nothing short of incredible.

    Granted, I haven't been with the company for very long and I'm still in the honeymoon period, but I can tell what's real and what's not; this place is for real.

    Inconvénients

    Like any tech company, the work is big and complicated so work/life balance can suffer from time to time. The difference is that it's the passion within the individuals that drives them to work long hours and forego time off. Of course there can be times when schedule demands force the imbalance, but it's not such that 10-12 hours days become commonplace and expected regardless. We do what we do to get the job done; no one is killing themselves because there's an order to do so.

    Being able to eat to your hearts/stomachs content can be dangerous to the waistline, but that's a self-control thing and not the company's issue.

    Conseils à la direction

    Keep doing what you're doing and fight hard to not be complacent. I believe that humility is the key so don't ever lose that thinking. Your motives will always be suspect, but if you're able to look in the mirror everyday and know that your motives are pure, that's all that matters. Walking the talk is the best evidence there is.

    Réponse de Facebook

    31 mars 2016 – Your Friends at Facebook

    Thank you for sharing your experience here. We believe our mission-driven community is special, and bringing together people with different backgrounds to work on challenging problems makes us better.


  9. Utile (432)

    «Open, fast, no bs»

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    Ancien employé - Software Development Engineer - Seattle, WA (États-Unis)
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    J'ai travaillé chez Facebook en Contrat Permanent (Plus d'un an)

    Avantages

    It might be easy to roll your eyes when people from Facebook say how open their culture is, but it's true; it's more open than any other place I've worked at. At a company wide-level, secret projects, public incidents, important non-public business metrics and the like are all openly discussed. You can ask questions about them directly to Zuckerburg at the weekly Q&A. I think the idea is that if everyone is on the same page or at least, differing views are heard, the company will be stronger, and solutions may be offered from a place you didn't expect. This is much different from previous companies I worked at, where discussions on internal email lists would be shut down by some lawyer saying that there's certain things that can't be discussed, and important data is divided up to groups and individuals on a "need to know" basis, etc.

    This culture applies at a lower level too. You feel comfortable giving feedback to each other about each other, about product decisions, about management, etc. The flipside of this openness is that you of course, have to be willing to receive the feedback, you have to recognize that while openness and feedback is highly encouraged, decisions have to get made, and actions and data are more valuable than words. At the higher level, since the company trusts employees with access to so much information, keeping such info confidential from the outside world is taken seriously.

    It's a great place to work as an engineer. You're given a lot of freedom, but it's also a responsibility to make sure you're doing things that are valuable. You don't get much credit for working hard or being smart if you don't produce valuable output.

    One cool thing about Facebook, in contrast to other comparable companies (Google, Amazon, and Microsoft, though in truth, FB is much smaller), is how they have a pretty singular focus. Even with the differing areas (including advertising and such), they do a good job of keeping their eye on their mission of connecting as many people as possible. I also think they are way more empathetic to their users than most people give them credit for. It seems like popular opinion has it that FB is arrogant and only cares about its users insomuch as they represent $-signs. From within the company, it didn't feel this way at all. I saw a lot of empathy towards users, and a lot effort spent to improve or things or fix broken things with no direct financial benefit. The strategy is not complex. The thinking is that if they can make FB easier and more fun to use, then more people will use it for more time each day (which will also have a network effect of attracting even more people to use it), then the advertising dollars will follow. Of course, it is true that FB wants to make the audience more accessible to advertisers as well, but there are a lot of people at FB who care about privacy and security.

    They have really good infrastructure and really great ways to share the infrastructure and code. They have a lot of cool internal tools, and what they've built is really impressive, and more importantly, it helps your team build products faster without having to solve problems that someone else already solved. Every software company tries to do this, but FB seems to have been more successful with it. Perhaps it's because they're still relatively small, but if anything, I can at least say it is very cool while it lasts.

    The perks and work environment are great, unless you're one of those types that can't stand open office spaces. I've worked in both a private office and open offices in multiple companies. While I do think a private office has some benefits, I mostly think it's a personal luxury for the employee and a huge waste of money for the company. I'd much rather have the money go into other areas like salary, benefits, and other workplace improvements rather than the added real estate necessary to have offices.

    Of course, you've heard about the food and snacks. They have an amazing selection of great stuff, and what I like about it is that it sort of goes above and beyond expectations. Sure, some days, lunch is better than others, but I really can't complain, and the selection of drinks and snacks is amazing. It's not like you should work at FB just because of that, but it demonstrates FB's desire to make work as fun and convenient as possible.

    You'll be surrounded by people who like being there. I can't think of a better environment to work in. If you have a giant ego, you may not like it as much. Respect is definitely given to those that have deep experience in the industry, and they are expected to lead others and mentor more junior employees. However, if for whatever reason, you can't perform at the level expected, no one is going to care if you did this and that at Google or shipped ten things at MS, etc.

    FB also has a lot of fun events, and I made a lot of friends working there, so going to the events was fun. Also, if you're older and worried that FB is just a bunch of 22-year-olds, and that you won't fit in, I wouldn't worry about that. FB does have a lot of young employees (who are really smart btw), and it does hire a lot of people straight out of college, but it also attracts a lot of experienced engineers from other top companies like Google, MS, Amazon, etc.

    Work-life-balance seemed totally normal to me. It may be different depending on your team, but I felt you could do 40-50 hours of work a week for the most part and you would be totally fine. It's about what you produce, not how hard you're working. Other team members who had children would work normal hours and go home at normal times. I didn't see any of these folks have a problem when they left early to take care of their child or things like that. Of course, there could be times that people are expected to work extra if something critical happens, but for the most part everyone wants to avoid this and this happens sparingly, from what I observed. Now, there were many times where I chose to work late myself, but I never felt any pressure to do so. The caveat is that there are on-call rotations, and in addition, even if you are not on-call, you are expected to be reasonably available if the on-call person needs your help. However, again, no one wants this, and your team will work on ways to avoid these situations.

    The best thing I can say is that working at FB is about productivity. I didn't experience and political bs and it was a pleasure working with a group of people who were all concerned with producing a good product and making the best of the time spent while doing it.

    Inconvénients

    FB expects a lot out of engineers, and you can't slack off. Of course, you shouldn't slack off at any job, but since FB is pretty fast-paced, there is a risk that you'll have trouble adjusting at first.

    FB has a lot of custom infrastructure and tools, and prehaps more impressively, it works great. It makes doing your job really great, but on the other hand, you'll end up learning a lot of stuff that won't be applicable elsewhere.

    FB's code-base is very good in some ways, but in other ways, it's not as great as some of the existing engineers think it is. I don't think this is that big of a deal, but the important part is that as an engineer, you need to quickly learn FB's values and practices and "get with the program" so to speak. If you don't like some things, then you just have to deal with it, as it's not likely you're going to change people's minds at this point. The nice thing is that things are at least very consistent.

    Conseils à la direction

    You need to focus on how you are going to maintain the existing culture and protocols as you grow. I think this could be really tough.

    Réponse de Facebook

    10 juil. 2015 – Your Friends at Facebook

    Thanks for your great feedback. We really appreciate the transparency from Mark, Sheryl, and the entire leadership team. This open culture does permeate throughout the company, and we are focused on... Voir plus


  10. «Great!»

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    Employé actuel - Data Scientist - Menlo Park, CA (États-Unis)
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    Je travaille chez Facebook à plein temps

    Avantages

    It's great working here, there's nowhere else I'd rather be. You are working with very smart people who are energized and believe in the work they are doing. You will be rewarded for doing well, and for the company doing well. You are empowered and encouraged to wield influence and ship products that can literally affect billions of people, no matter what level you are at. There is also a lot of food.

    Inconvénients

    It's really expensive to live around here, and the traffic sucks, so if you want to work in the heart of things in Menlo Park you have to contend with that. And it can be pretty intense, but that's mostly because there really is so much to do, and you will want to go do it!


  11. «Truly wonderful company»

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    J'ai travaillé chez Facebook en Contrat Permanent

    Avantages

    Great culture, great coworkers, great leadership!

    Inconvénients

    Big company culture -- may be a plus for some

    Conseils à la direction

    Keep doing what you're doing!


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