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Great colleagues and benefits, some confusion in management
Marketing (Former Employee), Seattle, WAMarch 25, 2014
Pros: solid benefits, fun industry, colleagues are smart, fun and talented people
Cons: few opportunities for advancement, questionable leadership in middle management
Big Fish is a solid start up with fun products and services to work with.

The benefits are great (gym in the building, bus pass, 401(k) with matching, medical/dental, stock options), and your colleagues will probably become dear friends of yours. The CEO has solid vision for the company.

The downsides are evident, though: management gets juggled around quite a bit and new managers are sometimes less qualified than the people they're managing. The rate of turnover has risen recently because of this.

If you do what you're told and do it beyond expectation, then you will thrive here.
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Friendly environment, slow to get things done
QA (Current Employee), Seattle, WAJanuary 15, 2014
The company feels like it outgrew itself, and people are seeing the result of it now. Too many people in middle management, and not enough of those people are effective at encouraging change, and instead seem content to do their jobs as long as it "works".

Nearly everyone I work with is friendly, however, and there isn't a lot of catty personal drama here. Though it exists, just like anywhere else.

If you can get hired on, this is a good place to learn new skills, and then take them elsewhere, as you will likely reach a point within a few years where your pay no longer matches your work load.
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productive and fun working place
Account Clerk (Former Employee), Lagos, GUSeptember 13, 2013
Pros: free lunch
Cons: short brake
we work from Monday to Saturday the management is good my co worker are fun to be with

About Big Fish

Founded in 2002, Big Fish is the world's largest producer and distributor of casual games, delivering fun to millions of people – Read more