Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – September 3, 2018
The culture at Twitter is very competitive and cut-throat. I loved everyone I met, but I'd never met so many unhappy and stressed out people in my life. I think the CEO doesn't care about his users or the people who work at Twitter. Everyone I know who left is very happy about it.
Sales Support (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 30, 2018
Intense political maneuvering, not a meritocracy at all, hard work undervalued, upper management and HR eschew supposed company values of transparency and honesty, lack of transparency results in lack of candid conversations, no room for critical thinking or constructive feedback
SOC Operator/Supervisor (Former Employee) – 1355 Market Street – August 22, 2018
The best part of working at this company was the perks and also working with a reliable team who are determined to get the job done. I also enjoyed the free meals that were provided and snacks and coffee. Most of the staff at different departments are friendly and communicative. The whole flooring design was spacious and well cleaned.
Senior Manager, Product Strategy (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – July 6, 2018
Great product and team but leadership struggled to define what twitter was while I was there. As such, the company wasn't as productive as it could be and it often felt like the consumer and business orgs weren't aligned.
Head Coach/Trainer, Program Manager (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – June 11, 2018
Twitter has been able to maintain their start-up culture and perks, and did a great job promoting health and wellness with their employees. Their on-site gym was a great facility that got people interacting outside their respective teams. HR were very selective with their contracting with coaches who would manage and run the fitness program, but the engagement was always positive. Overall, great workplace for both employees and contract workers.
Category Manager (Current Employee) – San Francisco Bay Area, CA – December 8, 2017
Read this review 5 years from now. You'll understand the reason why it is now bankrupt and the company is defaulting failing. Horrible management unfair work conditions terrible work-life balance I wouldn't recommend this to anyone
Client Partner (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – December 5, 2017
A lot of great people here passionate about the platform and its role in the world. The challenge is how best to convey that to customers. The Google & Facebook duopoly is real. Twitter wants to consider themselves in that same realm, but our clients are more likely to categorize us in the "nice to have" bucket including Amazon, Pinterest and Snap.
Engineer (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – October 22, 2017
it does seem to be getting better, albeit slowly but the people responsible for making day to day decisions don't always seem to make informed decisions. management seems to be more behind the curve and reactionary than able to plot out strategies and plan properly.