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Comfortable, but some works are boring.

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Current Employee - Software Quality Engineer in Beijing, Beijing (China)
Current Employee - Software Quality Engineer in Beijing, Beijing (China)

I have been working at Adobe

Pros

humanization, loose and comfortable.
friendly, specialty,

Cons

Some works is so boring. No prospective. unjust treatment about something. Future bad.

Advice to ManagementAdvice

Keep ahead in creative marketing

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    I'm very satisfied

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    Current Employee - Member of Technical Staff II
    Current Employee - Member of Technical Staff II

    I have been working at Adobe

    Pros

    1. Excellent Salary - Way higher than industry average
    2. Challenging Work - Keeps me intellectually sated
    3. Supportive management - You are actually heard
    4. Industry leader in most of its business areas

    Cons

    1. Do not provide transport facilities for pick and drop from home

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Strive hard to avoid micro-management.This is the single biggest turn-off for best employees

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    Good learning experience, but one should quickly move on

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    Former Employee - Senior Software Engineer in New Delhi (India)
    Former Employee - Senior Software Engineer in New Delhi (India)

    I worked at Adobe full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    If this is your one of your early companies, you get to learn to do things independently. You can have fun at work (but that depends on the team too).

    Cons

    Decreasing quality of people. As number of people is increasing, more and more levels are being created in the hierarchy. Transparency is lost. Increasing micromanagement and decrease in actual managerial skills. The workplace is ridden with dirty politics now. The newly created leads are confused. They are still the individual contributors but they behave as managers (micro-managers). As a result, there is lack of trust on both the ends. And then there is unjustifiable favoritism. And now Adobe has even lost its position as a high paymaster. It is no more a dream company!

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    You don't need unnecessary levels in hierarchy. Managers and leads who just order their juniors and don't do anything themselves,yet take all the credit of their subordinates' hard work, such people are driving the good people away from the company. They are not assets but liability to the company. You should get rid of such people. You need to restore Adobe's old structure.

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    No opinion of CEO
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