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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 – more... 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. – less
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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

Big Fish Games hopes to be just that in the casual retail gaming pond. A leading publisher of casual, single-player games, it – Read more