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Adobe is doing great financially but as a place to work it has gone downhill in recent years. Management are incompetent and they say rather than do.
Market leading products and innovations
Poor strategy and lots of politics
Nice to be able to say i work here - great company brand and high growth but the EMEA leadership is in flux and it makes it uncomfortable. Offices are fantastic and there is a good vibe.
la possibilità di avere a che fare con i prodotti adobe e veramente fantastica, soprattutto vedendo che le mia capacità offrono all'azienda una risorsa in piu considerando che ogni mese raddoppio i miei obbiettivi, promuovere un'azienda è quello che mi appaga e mi soddisfa di piu.
30 minuti di pausa pranzo
nice company to work for, senior management changes and redundancies whilst there hence 4 starts instead of 5 they maintain flexible working which is great and people tend not to stay later than 5 30 or 6pm work life balance - yes!
An abundance of free fruit and drinks daily, senior management very approachable, 9-5 & flexible working
parking as there never enough spaces so you'd end up parking in costly public parking
My typical day at work was labouring, so moving rubble around, being a good listener because if not you will not get the job done sufficiently. I learned how to self motivate myself to get up early (6am) and to put hard work in so your satisfied with your work and payment. The hardest part of the job was lifting things that may have been to heavy for me but i like to tackle a challenge so a i pursued and got it to where it needed to be. The most enjoyable part of the job was the demolition side of it because i liked breaking things down but certain objects had to be broken in a specific way for safety reasons and faster methods.
Waking up early, Finishing late
This department I work with is -very connected to its employees -keeps listening -makes an effort to change as and when possible There are places and things can definitely improve - is very highly ,matrixed to the US - limited autonomy in delivering new projects - project management can be improved Overall it is a lovely organisation of well meaning individuals but it completely depends on the team you work with and the leadership within those teams. Some are very competitive and some not so much.
Great benefits, location
Busy open plan stylish office Great training Management are approachable Workplace culture is great - you have the opportunity to support development programs / charity Great management structure & career progression Given free share options on joining Good pay too
Free fruit and drink (there's even beer/ wine on the top floor!)
no real cons, great company to work for
Great company to work for in terms of people and culture and standing in the marketplace. Probably one of the coolest companies to work for right now. It certainly looks great on the CV. If you join in Sales, expect that your target will be put up exponentially each year until you barely reach it. Adobe doesn't like sales people to earn too much, it upsets the other animals on the farm apparently. Be wary of management as historically they have had the reputation for throwing you under the bus rather than stick their head above the parapet and admit there's a problem in the organisation holding you back. Too many people interested in their careers and not the people working for them.
Cool brand, great product story, great offices, nice people
Truculent services division, salary is rubbish, sales targets prevent sales people 'earning too much'
old fashioned processes, managers should be more appreciative and supporting. The ONLY thing good about this company is the wage. Very easy dismissal (if sick) with careless attitude, and no pre warnings.
bad supporting employees, discrimination.
Working as a News Editor in the creation of 'Alive Magazine' during my Masters at City University, I have acquired an array of IT skills, including an advanced operational level of MS Office and Adobe InDesign. My newly extended repertoire allows me to work efficiently between online and traditional platforms.
Good salaries No career/skills promotion Management is only focused on goals and are not encouraged to think out of the box or challenge the decisions
Adobe is an amazing place to work - inspiring leadership and great work/life balance. The only frustration is with such a large company you can feel like a small cog in a huge machine and begin to doubt how effective you can be.
Perks, great technology, smart colleagues
flat structure, many people in the same kind of role
Nice package easy to use, Adobe Premier is a lot of fun to use, I work with it at That's Manchester. Typical Day at Work-Find a story, shoot story edit story Co-workers are great Hardest part of the job is getting set up and getting your subject Enjoy seeing my work on TV