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Facebook is a place where working is full of challenges, place where you need to work with your colleges and meet the your tasks up till given time and lead in every situation for productive work.
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Mainly white focused and even though they bang on about diversity, they hire in a bias way. No promotion as seniors tend to back stab and take credit.
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The office environment is amazing, fresh and young, the days varied and the workload immense with long hours although you have amazing benefits (not just salary). With regards to work culture, you'll either love it or hate it....it's not for everyone.
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One of the most obvious benefits of working online is the freedom and flexibility that comes with being a blogger. You are your own boss. You make your own hours. You can work anywhere, at any time. The costs of running a blog are minimal; your time is the primary investment you’ll make. The only pressure you’re under comes from your own goals, standards and ambitions. Blogging also works on a more practical level. You can keep your day job without any scheduling conflicts. Flexibility here means that you can engage on any level you want, making blogging your new career, an occasional hobby or something in between.
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The work can be tedious. There is a lot of work to be done in the company but the company does not seem to care too much for the agents. Management is fine and people but there are issue with different agents getting different salaries even though we all do the same job. That is just my main problem.
Pros
free lunch in Facebook building
Cons
no advancement
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the office layout and freedom of movement makes working there so enjoyable.
People are friendly and helpful, communicative and supportive.

Work projects have high value and productivity
Pros
Free Lunches, Motivation in every respect
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None
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This initiative started off as a small project; a site where people could exchange political views, debate the topics of the day and even philosophise with each other on other subjects.

I was co-owner and general manager and a member of a 4-man development team that embarked on an ambitious drive to bridge the gap between social networks and the real world. I ended up running several pages and groups, oversaw all personnel issues between members and administrators, conducted on line interviews with several organisations and politicians and interviewed several mps in real life at Portcullis House. National online media became interested in the growing empire and the project continues today, consisting of several regional pages, a youth generation page, websites and blogsites.
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Italy in my day's work is carried out with different tasks that have taught me to move in the workplace
Pros
free lunches
Cons
more ours
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