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30+ days ago

Country Brand Marketing Manager

Airbnb Singapore

The Country Marketing Manager, Singapore will report to the Director Marketing, APAC and will be based in Singapore. They will be responsible for… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Accounts Payable Specialist APAC

Airbnb Singapore

• Verify accuracy of invoices and post transactions into the financial… Glassdoor

22 days ago

Social Media Customer Experience Specialist

Airbnb Singapore

• Manage day-to-day reactive communications on Twitter, Facebook and other social media channels • Work on… Glassdoor

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  1. 15 people found this helpful  

    Generally good but lack of accountability in work can be maddening.

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    Current Employee - Customer Experience Lead in San Francisco, CA (US)
    Current Employee - Customer Experience Lead in San Francisco, CA (US)

    I have been working at Airbnb full-time (more than an year)


    I've met some of the most interesting and unique people from all backgrounds here; I can say that for most of my working time here I have genuinely loved my team and my colleagues. I've also had a lot of freedom to act and take decisions without tons of oversight, and I felt very empowered and happy about this. The compensation and benefits are good.


    The freedom I mentioned above has started to go away; as they attempt to run themselves like a real company and not a start-up, there is a sensation of an iron fist clamping down on us. Trying to become a real company (with accountability, transparency, and future profitability) without becoming corporate is hard. Right now I don't feel that Airbnb is doing very well with that.

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    Perks and benefits and 'fun!' don't make a place worth working for the long haul; it's about more than that. To be a great place to work, the actual WORK has to go well. There is too little focus on this generally.

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