Systems Administrator (Former Employee) – Singapore – December 12, 2013
I would put them on the bad side of average. They leave you to your own devices, which is a plus. But the raises and bonus are not very good and there is no career development at all and they do everything they can to prevent you from getting a promotion. You most likely will not do the job description that you interview for. They say that they pay for school and reimburse charitable donations, they don't. If you want to work with cutting edge technology, you will not be doing it here. Although I must say that the developers seem happy, and people with "manager" in their job title (and there are a lot) seem pretty happy too. But for me it was pretty much a waste of time.
They leave you to your own devices. No one is monitoring your time
They don't provide the benefits that they say they do. No career development, at all.
Customer Loyalty Specialist (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – June 15, 2018
Autodesk is actually cares about their employees greatly and the culture there is really friendly. Its a little rough on the ground level (entry level positions), but if you are a rock star Autodesk will make sure you grow fast.
Very Diverse Culture, Free snacks, Lots of opportunities for growths, Lots of locations
Commute, some decisions put the customers needs on the back burner
Customer Loyalty & Support Specialist (Former Employee) – San Rafael, CA – June 14, 2018
The management provides a rigorous, yet beneficial training for their associates. Everyone is friendly and willing to help one another. Autodesk does its best to maintain a high morale in the workplace.