Senior Manager Accounting Operations (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – February 12, 2018
Adobe had wonderful benefits and work culture. I enjoyed it very much for the 16 years I was there. The company had a very good management training program covering interpersonal skills, personality understanding and leadership development. The work environment was also very good. Teams did their best to cooperate and resolve operational issues.
Adobe lives up to their values, but only for F/T employees
Change Manager, Contractor (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – January 2, 2018
Adobe is a great place to work; no doubt about that. The work culture is young and fresh with many activities and options to participate internally and in the community with your colleagues. They actively host diversity events and foster this within the work culture. Their cafes are great! You will often find something fun or interesting going on every single day at the San Jose location. Also, the HQ is centrally located within downtown San Jose with access to food, trains/bus, and Adobe does have parking in all of the towers.
This is all fine and good for F/T employees. I found that contractors were not able to fully participate in Adobe life and I was excluded by Adobe (not my immediate group) from participating.
Great cafes, fairly less stressful than other large techs of their size, fresh and lively
Executive Assistant (Current Employee) – Lehi, UT – December 13, 2017
Adobe is everything you want and more. The office I worked in had floor-to-ceiling windows, an onsite cafeteria, an onsite gym, and plenty of seasonal activities. Now that I work remotely I still enjoy Adobe's fabulous benefits and competitive pay.
Royalty Revenue Analyst (Current Employee) – Lehi, UT – November 9, 2017
My job is a temporary position. From what I've seen, the atmosphere is relaxed. In our area, we wear comfortable clothing to work. There is an onsight gym, you can rent a bicycle to get around town. Adobe provides a pass for public transportation.
Adobe creates an atmosphere that allows a person to thrive and develop.
Very challenging to bad project management wasn't better
Senior AEM / Full Stack Developer (Former Employee) – remote – November 6, 2017
I worked as a AEM front end developer on a government project for Adobe. It was slow going at first due to the lack of documentation on the project expectations and getting clear expectations.
I was the only developer on this very large project and although they did hire another AEM developer to assist in getting the project off of the ground the project scope wasn't detailed nor did they put enough documentation in place for the project to be completed.