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30+ days ago

Public Relations Manager

Mozilla San Francisco, CA +2 locations

* Oversee global PR campaigns that drive awareness for Firefox* Develop and execute results-driven PR strategies and plans focused on Firefox* Work… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Director, Content Partnerships

Mozilla San Francisco, CA

*Create prospecting strategies and materials*Create a roster of prospects and be responsible for the relationship with these partners for Content… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Global Benefits Manager

Mozilla Mountain View, CA

Company is looking for a Global Benefits Manager to lead the design, implementation, communication and administration of competitive benefits… Ivy Exec


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    Great people but needs help on strategy and leadership

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA (US)
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA (US)

    I worked at Mozilla full-time (more than a year)

    Pros

    • Great, smart people
    • Ability to work on products that are used by millions
    • Incredibly dedicated community
    • Ability to travel and work remotely
    • Good compensation for working in open source
    • More transparent than other companies with the ability to have an open dialogue with management and co-workers.

    Cons

    • Because of the work remotely policy offices (at least in the Bay Area) were empty. If you like to work in person with your co-workers you will struggle here.
    • Far more corporate and "big company" than I expected with all the politics, bureaucracy and indecision I had experienced at large companies I had worked for.
    • Strategy on my own product and company overall was unclear. This made the culture tense and sometimes toxic.
    • Too many things to do and not enough resources.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    • Re-evaluate workspaces in San Francisco and Mountain View and either scale down facilities or think of other ways (splitting space with small companies, creating a co-working space, etc.) so offices are more full and lively.
    • Make sure that cultural fit is a high priority for hiring.
    • Quit acting scared and fear-based. Build morale.
    • Focus on where Mozilla can have an impact instead of trying to partner with strange bedfellows (operators) or directly competing with much bigger companies with thick pockets (Google).
    • Figure out what the future is going to look like and aim there. Don't over invest in legacy products (browser).

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