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Facebook Company Culture
Nuclear Family - optimizing
Searching for the ideal companion for a weekend road trip? You might’ve just found one. Chilled and social, yet stable and nurturing, the Nuclear Family brings together all the best aspects of family life. In this fun and collaborative organization al children… erm, that is, employees, are treated fairly and with care, encouraged to share their views and speak their minds. This doesn’t mean, however, that mischief and unruliness will be tolerated – it’s tough love in the Nuclear Family: employees are expected to keep their heads down and adhere to a clear employment hierarchy. Team spirit, cooperative attitude, and respect for others are strongly encouraged. Relaxed doesn’t equal lazy, though - discipline and thoroughness at every level are also highly valued! Like a progressive, fun dad, this branch of the Nuclear Family is likely to take employees to a science museum, an aqua park, or on a rollercoaster ride— anything that sparks creativity and curiosity. A father-like organization nevertheless, this bunch still ensures that all employees are given clear direction to follow, and a set range of routines and responsibilities to fulfill.
About the Company
Founded in 2004, Facebook’s mission is to make the world more open and connected. People use Facebook to stay connected with friends and family, to discover what’s going on in the world, and to share and express what matters to them. Other ways t connect with us: Visit the Facebook Blog at: blog.facebook.com Engineering blog at: facebook.com/engineering Find out about Career Opportunities at: facebook.com/careers Subscribe to more videos at: youtube.com/facebook
Compared to women at Facebook, men are 14% more socially bold and 23% more excitement-seeking, while women are 22% more imaginative.
Compared to other technology companies, Facebook’s employees are 13% more open-minded, 17% more big-picture thinking, but are 8% less modest, and 10% less orderly.
Are you relatively careful and happy to let go of control? You might be well-suited to become Facebook’s next manager! These traits are less pronounced in managers compared to the rest of Facebook’s employees.
*Analysis based on Good&Co user data as of September 2016.
flexible working hours and very good staff welfare activities with better pay and perks
The work balance could be improved because of burden some work
Flexible working hours, friendly working environment, free canteen very good atmosphere
Career path, salary, these two things have to be worked on
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Common Employee Personas at Facebook
A mogul in the making, Go-Getters live life at high velocity and can handle an intense workload, all while still looking good. Energetic and dynamic, they intend to leave their mark on the world.
To Strategists, life is a game of chess that they intend to win. Independent and creative with a calculated plan, they have high standards, a strong work ethic and a natural, laid-back authority.
Energetic, creative and individualistic, Mavericks live life by their own rules. Viewing life as a self-serve buffet, they want to experience everything and inspire others to do the same.