Prefer not to say (Former Employee) – Florida – April 24, 2017
I thrived under the right management at Magic Leap, and sank faster than the Titanic under incompetent replacement management (replaced because C staff weren't getting along creatively). This company has all the potential in the world to be a game changer, and the amazing developer companies and professionals with whom they're partnering are truly the most exciting in the world. However, without the right creative visionary leadership, they're floundering, and arguably not designing a remotely accurate marketing plan for the right early adopter demographic. If you have the opportunity to work for this company, it's absolutely something to consider (for the benefits alone), but still a gamble depending on where you are currently, because at this point it seriously may not exist in a couple years. Magic Leap risks being lapped quite easily by larger behemoths such as Apple and Samsung in a very short period of time.
Benefits, hours, pay were all the best of my career
incompetent management, backstabbing, land grabbing, infighting, cold uncaring leadership, poor cooperation across teams
IT Consultant (Former Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – September 21, 2015
A typical day would involve checking invoices and support tickets. Meeting with my team to discuss anything from technical issues to sports. Check inventory and order parts if necessary. Help users with varies issues from network connectivity to hardware crashes.