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Marketing fun.
Graphics (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVMarch 18, 2013
Pros: nice people.
Cons: poor management
- Marketing team has no direction and poor management.
- inconstancy of branding
- Out sources design work to agency when there's a team of designers
- No advancements or pay raises
- Unqualified workers.

Other than that.... Nice people, bball court, vending machines and Christmas parties.
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Misplaced priorities on a sinking ship
Four Full Time and Six Part Time (Former Employee), Fountain Valley, CAJune 27, 2012
Pros: nice people
Cons: poor pay, rough hours, abusive manager
D-Link is a company badly in need of a culture change. They change directions so quickly that no idea ever has time to take root. They will stand by upper management to the ends of the earth,to the extent that they have almost turned over 3/4 of their workforce since 2008. Yet, most Directors and Managers are still there, feeding off the company teat as the sow goes down with the ship. I am constantly surprised that a company this poorly run stays afloat, but I guess their parent company in Taiwan keeps influxing them with cash. I should point out one thing. They let a manager abuse employees, habitually, for 4 years The guy had 9-10 separate HR reports on him, yet there were no cnsequences... Until he threw a big fit in front of upper brass, and he was immediately, and deservedly, dismissed. It was a rare case of a bad thing happening to a bad person, but honestly, when one guy is turning an entire dept into a he*& hole, shouldnt he have been gone after, say, report #3?