Jawbone Careers and Employment
No shortage of very smart people! No unnecessary meetings, everything goes up and down channels as it should. No matrix management (only one boss, not 8 bosses). Great products.
Software Tools Engineer in Santa Clara, CA
on March 19, 2018
Great engineering teams and support, with good pay, but absolutely terrible business managers and CEO. Poor work/life balance as you are expected to work late routinely with no overtime. Overall a great technological basis and people - I wish more of them were in charge of things.
Signal Processing Engineer in San Francisco, CA
on July 5, 2022
I missed Jawbone culture and environment. Unfortunately we could not make a profit, but we did as much as we could. Technologies we used was latest and engineering team was very top.
Sr. Staff SDET in San Francisco, CA
on February 8, 2020
Great place!!!! No issues wish I could have stayed with this company. I was on one of one of the more newer projects that the company offered to assist customers. The company went to more of a brick and mortar style.
Remote Technical Support in Tech
on December 7, 2019
Jawbone's employees were very smart and very motivated, but were disadvantaged by executive decisions that ultimately bankrupt the company. I learned a lot in my time at Jawbone, more what not to do, rather than what to do.
Manager FP&A in San Francisco, CA
on January 11, 2018
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