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I love working here, even on a contract basis. The co-workers are absolutely fantastic, the management genuinely cares about their people and the work is rewarding along with the pay. I would do basically anything to retain a full position because of how awesome this place is.

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Reddit- Great Company, Terrible to OK Structure

Reddit was smaller and scrappier than I'd expected- a tech company that had been around 10+ years with only ~500 employees when I joined. This being both it's greatest strength and biggest issue when I was working there. First the positives- Reddit genuinely cared about it's product, it's customers, and it's impact. CEO and other C-Suite were active in weekly All-Hands meetings and were open about progress, failures, opportunities. They made good-faith efforts to engage the team with QA and try to address both tough and frivolous issues directly. This was facilitated by the company being as small as it was, but the best thing about working at Reddit is that you could tell the people working there gave a d*mn. Even if there were so many challenges there was also so much room to grow and improve. The flip side to that coin was that (when I was there) Reddit was struggling to be a well organized, professional company- things were always changing, turnover and burnout at all levels, and people's experience at Reddit was either pretty good/ok structurally or absolutely terrible. 95% of this depended on your manager, their manager, and your team. Certain teams absolutely had it together. They had the talent, tools, and support they needed to do their best work. Other teams were in absolute shambles spending more time trying to source the talent, build the tools, and try to find the support they needed than actually doing their jobs, by no fault of their own. End of the day this seems pretty standard for "Start-Up" style companies- trying to lay the foundation while moving ahead - 
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Helps to make sure writing, and correspondence skills stay up to date. Abe to express your ideas and and work with like minded people. Working for Reddit allows to stay current with what is going on in the world.
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