Data Technician (Former Employee) – Ashburn, VA – January 18, 2016
*fast-pace and productive *I learned how to work as a team player in an innovative way *management was empowering and fair *co-workers worked as a team and very friendly *the hardest part of the job was having to leave the company *the most enjoyable part of the job were the assigned task and meeting new people
Remote - Tech Support (Current Employee) – Remote – September 23, 2017
- a typical work day will be recruiting others to join in on the job raising your paycheck - I have learned what it takes to build a managing promoting team that can be used for any sort of items/goods using any social media platform -Management is very helpful and considerate of peoples needs and or working schedules, also very respectful to all employees -The hardest part of the job is sorting through recruits who may end up wasting time or not being motivated enough/ getting new recrtuits -The most enjoyable part of the job is that you can work from anywhere you can access your laptop from and isn't required of too much from you
able to work anywhere at anytime
depending on your level pay may be based upon recruits
Productive, New Technology, redic benefits - Too many boozing managers
Engineer (Former Employee) – California – August 23, 2017
Amazing benefits, but have to be held under a microscope every 6 months for achievement review. Anything perceived as slacking or not advancing' is failure. Yet breaking things as part of 'learning experience' and 'feed back is a gift' are offered as mantra. Yet if you are on the wrong side of a manager none of that means diddly.
Remember to go directly to HR with complaints. Working within your bosses management structure means drinking partners all know which bottle they last shared.
Declared as a startup atmosphere, it's been overrun by Corporate fiends in the last 18 months.
A day at work begins with report and follows a guideline of expectations. The workspace is relax and enjoyable. The hardest part is to maintain employee safe while at the same time enforcing security. The key is to stay on your toes and be vigilant.
FOH/ Prep/Cook (Current Employee) – Menlo Park, CA – August 3, 2017
It's a fun place to work Monday-Friday schedule with a diverse group of coworkers. There's is opportunity to grow in the company, but sometimes there is a lot of employee favoritism at the location I was at.
Insurance plans and PTO
Your a contingent while working there not permanent.
Creative Fast-paced Team oriented On purpose Fun Charismatic .....
Training and Development Specialist (Current Employee) – Menlo Park, CA – July 18, 2017
The reviews were basically very positive when it came to working within Facebook's office arena in Menlo Park. Team work and its benefits were expressed a great deal. Working with fabulous smart, creative, helpful people was paramount. Management left me with a downer view. Though cooperative somewhat, overall mgt. was not mature in ability and at least, not well trained. A lot of reviewers expressed how they look forward to coming to work every morning. A beneficial, thriving, energetic, uplifting, results producing, fun work environment is obvious. A great group of people within structured teams. Tantalizing possibilities working within Facebook's culture.
Audio/Video Technician (Current Employee) – New York, NY – July 12, 2017
I'm just an intern, but my time spent here has been a great experiences. It is high populated work office, very mix culture. The most enjoyable part of the company was not only my position but actually interacting with everyone. The energy dynamic throughout the company.
Product (Former Employee) – Menlo Park, CA – June 19, 2017
Originally I was so excited to get to work at this company, then once you see what it's really about and how the work experience is, you realize that these are the values that are ruining the world for the decent middle people.
This was a fun job some of the old timers were fun some were not so fun to work with. Working at the Star had it's pluses it did like it alot it had a good work life balance. I started on a pilot program for a digital side ImPRESS LOCAL which didn't survive but it was fun while it lasted.
Social Media Evaluator (Former Employee) – Brownsville, TX – June 10, 2017
I would definitely come back to Facebook as my experience with them was extremely positive. Not to mention working from home can be a blessing on its own. Pay is great, but no benefits as a contractor.
Hackathon (Former Employee) – Sunnyvale, CA – May 25, 2017
Culture, Unlimited PTO, WFH options, open to ideas, value employees, great work/life balance. Cons Favoritism, some managers/directors do not have enough experience, a lot of favoritism, major changes made with 1 day notice, over time is not given to anyone not on the companies mainline. Merit increases keep decreasing. Advice to Management Stop playing favorites and promoting your bar buddies!
Excellent company culture and inspiring environment
Public Content Analyst Contractor (Current Employee) – Menlo Park, CA – May 17, 2017
I have been working at Facebook as a contractor for almost 2 years
Aside from the countless perks that are literally too long to list out here, one of the best things about this company is it's people. Everyone goes above and beyond to help each other to succeed. It truly is a team effort.
I love coming to work every morning and I'm always excited about what each day it's going to bring.
Probably the best thing I can say is that working at FB is about productivity. it's a pleasure working with people who are all concerned with producing a good product and making the best of the time spent while doing it.
Uncountable perks and inspiring environment
Hard to turn from contractor to full-time position