Technical Managers at AOL give their company a 4.3 out of 5.0, while the average rating for AOL is 4.1, making them 5% happier than every other employee at AOL and 10% happier than every other Technical Manager on CareerBliss - the happiest Technical Managers work for Guardian Life Insurance.
"I spent 13.5 years at AOL, and I definitely regret that I was laid off. Had that not happened, I would not be looking for a new job today. The company looks for the best people to improve their position, in terms of both their skillet and their mindset. Company culture is a very important facet of the interview process, and I'm proud to have been a part of establishing that. That said, there is still some politics internally which can be difficult to manage when first starting out."
"AOL was a great company to work for."
"AOL was a great place to work, got a lot done, met lot of people."
What do you like about working at AOL?
"AOL was a great place to work, got a lot done, met lot of people. Allowed me to work on innovative products, learn a lot, and was happy to work."
What don't you like about working at AOL?
"AOL at that time ( 2002-2007) was undergoing changes post-TimeWarner merger, and was looking for new ways to grow, but lacked confidence in backing itself."
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