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  1. 4.0
    Exempleado, más de 1 año

    Buena

    Apr 18, 2021 - Mantenimiento en Rosario, Santa Fe, Santa Fe
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    Perspectiva de la empresa

    Ventajas

    Obra social te dan cuando estas en blanco

    Desventajas

    No se gana mucho pero te sirve para vivir

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  1. 5.0
    Empleado actual, más de 1 año

    Smart people, great company!

    Aug 26, 2021 - Financial Analyst en Palo Alto, CA
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    Aprobación del CEO
    Perspectiva de la empresa

    Ventajas

    Colleagues are extremely bright and hard working. Lots of room for growth and ownership. You can truly shine here if you’re willing to work hard. Great benefits and compensation package!

    Desventajas

    Unfortunately there’s no 401k matching.

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  2. 2.0
    Exempleado, más de 3 años

    Good times are over.

    Aug 23, 2021 - Software Engineer en New York, NY
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    Aprobación del CEO
    Perspectiva de la empresa

    Ventajas

    - still some smart people left - decent comp (if you joined pre-IPO), - used to have good perks, but most of them got cut during pandemic and with constant cost-cutting that started in advance of IPO

    Desventajas

    - poor work-life balance - if you don't mind 24/7 on-calls and frequent "surges", this is your home. - professional growth perspectives are virtually non-existent. It's all very random and mostly luck/politics dependent. If you are "unlucky" and got assigned a crappy team/project early on, you will struggle to ever get considered for anything better. You will not learn much and just get stuck. There are few good teams, but since most others are so mediocre, you are unlikely to get into a good one - and moving "upwards" internally is very hard. - it's worse if you also get a lead (Palantir term for "manager") who lacks motivation/time/power to support you. As burnout gets more widespread, more long-timers either quit or become jaded and stop caring, the chance of getting such a manager is higher. - in terms of coding you will mostly fiddle with internal frameworks. If you are "lucky" you might get to work on something new, otherwise expect vast legacy codebases with plenty of tech debt and support issues. Or they could put you as a "dev" on infra... - leadership is still rather inexperienced and often not sure what they are doing. They try to call it "flat structure", in practice there are few unofficial "power clusters", centered around people who are actually important and their decisions are enforced. Some got this authority by merit, others just by being close to founders/directors, "tenure" or being good at office politics. The result is low transparency on decisions affecting you, wasted effort and frequent reinventing the wheel. - if you are extremely unlucky they might put you on BD (business development). The main purpose of engineers there is to help customers use palantir products, especially when they break (and boy do they break often). Once you are in BD, Palantir will not let you "escape BD" until you quit.

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