Paid fairly well for the work being done, however...
Web Moderator (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – November 17, 2016
Paid fairly well for the work being done, however remote positions by design are meant to be flexible. That's why they are attractive. This job is not. Sporadic hours every day of the week that are set hours (12-1, 6-7, 10-11 on Thursday, etc.) along with flex hours if you'd like to work more than your set schedule. You'd think for a job requiring a college degree there would be at least a professional trust and respect for the employee to get the job done.
Company with a prospective future as an innovator, brand leader and creative talent overshadowed by poor management.
Contractor (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – April 13, 2016
Pros -Meet and work with incredibly talented people -Flexibility in work schedule (in office/remote/work from home) -Be a part of a SaaS company that has arguably interesting and innovative products/services
Cons -Uncertainty about what kind of leader you're going to get. (Don't know whether your leadership is going to help you thrive or set you back a few years. People are always leaving their jobs, thus department and team structures are always shifting on a rapid scale.) -Blatant office politics. (People, usually leadership, manipulating their way to a bigger paycheck/recognition no matter the consequences, workplace go…
Overall Take a deep look at the kind of managers and leaders you hire and how they treat their teams. Listen to what team members have to say and how they feel. Ask yourself why so many good, talented and exceptional people are leaving Bazaarvoice.
Work with talented people
Schizophrenic work enviornment, shady middle management
I have no words to mention about this organization. Micro managing, no clear vision, talking without goals, & untrustable. Product roadmap the most disastrous. The organization quickly grew but now it is collapsing faster.
Full time (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – November 18, 2014
The company has a bright future but seems to be going through serious growing pains. Too many new projects that haven't been planned or thought through enough. Crazy spending on frivolous things and departments, processes lack consistency and there is a lot of redundancy overall. For an innovative company they are lacking a lot of efficiency.
benefits, free snacks/drinks, culture
pay scale seems uneven, huge lack of position growth
Great company training, not much advancement, very flexible schedules, zero, not even for long time but part time employees. Work can be monotone, but there is always something new. If you love reading, this is a job for you.
Nice company, but compensation definitely lacks. This comes from their startup days in which they were paying less for people. Definitely not the place to make a lot of money. I've seen people laid off bc they were making too much.
Spanish and English Content Analyst (Current Employee) – dallas, tx – July 15, 2015
I love working here. I work from home and get to set my own schedule, working anywhere from 16 hours to 28 hours a week. If I need to take time off, I just need to give one week's notice. The staff is friendly and hands off. As long as you work as correctly and efficiently, you will not get any micro managing.
Every single days flies right by me because there is always a ton to get done. I love this environment because its keeps me on my toes. Learning is something I want to do for the rest of my life so working with this incredibly intellegent people is perfect. Its a long process to get a job- interviews and presentation- but its worth the work!
fun work environment, flexable schedule, good talent, smart people, teamwork
sometimes too many cooks in the kitchen, so many ideas at once