There are prone and cons depending on the team you are working at and on your manager, some managers are awful.abd unfair, you only get promoted if you are fake and friendly with management. Nice perks , not very big salary for the work you do.
I loved working at Linkedin. It is a company that promotes getting the best out of you, and making a positive impact in the world. You can breath their Culture and Values every day: Transformation, Integrity, Collaboration, Humor and Results. My experience as a Manager was great, helped me be a better person, and I believe I had a positive impact with the members of my team.
Really tough to move up, almost impossible to get a pay rise, really average management and a clear lack of direction.
Most enjoyable part of the job: They hire really wonderful hard working people who will work themselves to the bone to get things done and you will achieve big things. These people are amazing to work with, inspiring and some friends for life.
Hardest part of the job: you will work yourself to the bone with limited financial acknowledgement and need to leave to move up.
It is the best company I worked for. I left because it is very young and at some stage I needed to move. The environment is amazing. They work very hard with high targets but they have a lot of fun at the same time. Employees ALWAYS come first
LinkedIn really do have an amazing work culture. Taking initiative and working on projects outside of your daily role is very much encouraged. Benefits are very good too.
Work life balance can be difficult to maintain; a lot of work is expected of you and too much of an emphasis on working on projects outside of the core role which can be very distracting; overall though a good place to work.
Great company culture. Good benefits including amazing food onsite.
Linkedin is more than just a great company to work. Is a wonderful place to live and to reflect about everything you do in your life.
They really think ahead. They really care about how you progress in your career and it matters for all of them. it's definitely a great place to work and to review your targets.
LinkedIn is a dream organization for many and it should be. It has great culture, fantastic facilities, free food, free transportation, open culture. What more can you ask for.
The only thing that LinkedIn has to take care is that the organization is growing so rapidly that there could be cultural intrusion. This should be taken care.