Ubisoft Careers and Employment
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The job is extremely stressful, and the environment pretty much sets you up for failure. The expectations are totally unrealistic, and you are required to do the work of almost entirely two full time jobs and meet metrics that are totally unreasonable and nearly impossible to achieve while getting paid what a Sheetz employee makes. There is no chance of any advancement (unless you work there 5+ years and outlast all the old timers, but no one last that long since the pay does not even come close to being sufficient for the work expected and performed. The one plus is the co-workers and direct management is pleasant and supportive.
From what I remember, everyone was extremely chill. Talking with the game developers was like a dream come true at the time. We also got to play some games with convention goers.
Pros: 1. Friendly team and colleagues 2. Great work-life balance 3. Always events after work Cons: 1. Compensation is relatively low but ok 2. Some people get in and stop learning and growing
Waterfall management style coupled with limited amount of challenges, deprecated tech and non-existent communication between the various entities that make up the company.
Co-workers are nice and willing to help out. Direct leadership seems to care and be grounded. Pay is incredibly low for the industry and that’s company wide.
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- articleWhat’s it like working at Ubisoft?Published on May 24, 2021