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    Chris Hyams
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    more than 10,000
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    $1B to $5B (USD)
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    Information Technology
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Employees at Indeed have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.

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UX Developer in San Francisco, CA
on April 30, 2022
Great stable place to work and learn industry standard practices. Also has a very interesting product that is east to believe in. I feel very well supported by the management.
Account Executive in Stamford, CT
on May 16, 2022
It's an okay job at best, the most rewarding part being the work/life balance it provides. I will admit it is nice to, if you perform, have the flexibility to live a comfortable life outside of the otherwise inherent stress that accompanies a quota bearing role.The fallbacks? First, the product isn't great. It's hard to determine if your work and what you sell truly benefits your clients. Similarly, with Indeed's focus being primarily on the jobseeker, the lack of attention to detail on the employer side is glaring. The interface isn't great, a lot of people complain about the constant changes they are tasked with adapting to.I also think workplace culture isn't as good as management presumes. They preach diversity by checking a number of boxes surrounding various representation. But then diversity of thought creeps in, something not as tangible or measurable as having x amount of employees from a certain background, and they're not so welcoming. It's leadership's way of thinking or bust. The CEO specifically is incredibly woke and biased, something most people applaud. But he effectively alienates a faction of the company that don't agree with his hard nosed stances on topics that are a). still very up for interpretation, and b). not appropriate to discuss in the workplace to begin with.I mentioned change before. Indeed is huge on its employees being excited about change and willing to tackle change. It's just an excuse for the number of problems reps run into on a daily basis. VPN won't work, clients can't log in, we can't access accounts, etc etc. If you want a relatively brain dead job that requires about a 4/10 effort, this is the one for you. If you don't like office politics and constant problems that effect your day to day job, look elsewhere.
Senior Account Executive in Stamford, CT
on May 12, 2022
Great people, unlimited PTO, easy goals but SLT is out of touch. For many years the CEO has claimed Indeed compensation is based on market average and they feel culture and unlimited PTO are reasons to not pay top dollar. I genuinely think the leadership team thinks they are doing a great job and treat employees fairly but most employees do not agree. Bonus structure has not changed in many years and the salary for AEs is substantially less than what other tech companies are paying. Many of the AE roles at Indeed are actually Account Management roles but they do not call them that. Maybe this is why they pay less than others. I am sure someone will reply to this with the classic "compensation is data driven" but if that is the case why hasn't AE pay changed in many years while other companies continue to raise base and bonuses? As AEs we literally spend our days talking to companies about their pay and benefits so it is not a big secret that companies continue to raise wages to remain competitive. Leadership handled the early stages of the pandemic very well. They acted fast and did not panic. Fast forward two years and they are forcing Sales team back to the office twice per week. Why? If quotas are any indication, the last two years have been super profitable for Indeed and sales teams have continuously hit aggressive goals so forcing people back to the office is pretty ridiculous but it brings me back to my earlier point...Indeed underpays and relies on culture to retain employees. Leadership preaches that "everyone has a voice" but the second you ask an uncomfortable question in a Q&A you have messages asking to delete it and speak with management privately. Within the sales department, promotions are hard to come by after you become a senior AE. Because upper management does not want to be questioned on their decisions, most people who get promoted are cheerleaders for the company.
Senior Account Executive in Austin, TX
on April 28, 2022
I truly do love my job and working for such an amazing company with a strong mission. Leadership really does care about employees and wants us to be successful. Plus pay/benefits package is outstanding. Indeed is the number one job site so the solutions sell themselves! The culture is fun and they really do promote team collaboration though it has been a challenge throughout the pandemic. The only drawback is the timeline and ability to get promoted in sales. We are growing and expanding and I know things were slightly haulted throughout the pandemic so I am hopeful for a better process towards upward mobility.
Senior Account Executive in Stamford, CT
on April 28, 2022
fun times, great perks pre-covid. Those times have LONG passed. Sales reps are overworked and underpaid - people are leaving left and right, including senior leadership.

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