Outbrain Jobs & Careers in London, England

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30+ days ago

Junior Account Strategist UK

Outbrain London, England

As with all Outbrain positions, we're looking for someone who is resourceful, bright, proactive, a go-getter, works well independently and as part of… Glassdoor


26 days ago

Technical Account Manager

Outbrain London, England

If you are interested in joining a group of accomplished, passionate people pushing the edge on blogging, widgets and online publishing; if you think… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Sales intern

Outbrain London, England

Mixture of research, sales outreach and presentation creation Qualifications/Skills English speaking Resourceful Ability to create written and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Sales Manager - Brands & Agencies

Outbrain London, England

Outbrain provides a fun, fast-paced, hard working culture, built on top performance. We offer a competitive package, including basic salary… Glassdoor


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Yaron Galai
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    I have been working at Outbrain full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Many interesting and smart people, perks include beer cart thursdays, lunch on tuesdays, friday 'treat', fully stocked kitchen and gym membership. Still freedom to make decisions on your own, since the company is not huge yet. I heard it used to have a start-up feel, but is quickly growing up.

    Cons

    Some senior level management are not kept accountable for their actions, and are able to be very unprofessional behind closed doors without reprimand. There are some enormous egos which can affect employees moving up in the company. HR will not do anything or will likely side with senior employee they have ignored complaints in the past, and will likely keep ignoring.

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    Mandatory training of how to deal with employees. Third party present at reviews and potentially important employee-related meetings, so managers are accountable for actions and words. More transparency as to how the department is doing financially/business-wise with respect to the rest of the company. Departmental deep dives would be helpful. If you keep employees just because they have been at the company 'since the beginning', and not because of merit, it is detrimental to your business.

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