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Twitter Claimed Company
Reach the largest daily audience in the world by connecting everyone to their world via our information sharing and distribution platform products and be one of the top revenue generating Internet companies in the world.
103
Employee
Participants
1261
Total
Ratings
CEO
Culture RatingsReviewsLeadership TeamBenchmarksAboutJobs
NEW
62
out of 100
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Executive rating?

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Paid fairly?

76
out of 100
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Quality of coworkers?

7 or less
14%
8
47%
10
29%
12
5%
More than 12
5%
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Work hours per day?

60
out of 100
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Future outlook?

103 employees at Twitter have reviewed Twitter across various culture dimensions, providing their opinions on items ranging from executive ratings to the pace at work. The latest review was 8 days ago.

Overall, the 103 Twitter employees give their leadership a grade of C, or 67 out of 100. This includes specific ratings of their executive team, CEO, and manager.

Employees at Twitter are not very pleased with their total compensation at Twitter, which includes a combination of pay, stock and equity, and benefits. Overall, 103 Participants rate their compensation at Twitter a C-, or 64 out of 100.

Overall, employees at Twitter are pleased with their team. Participants grade the quality of their coworkers a C+. The Majority believe the meetings at Twitter are effective, and the majority look forward to interacting with their coworkers.

The majority of employees at Twitter believe the environment at Twitter is positive. Most Participants believe the pace of work at Twitter is moderate. About 14% of the employees at Twitter work 8 hours or less, while 5% of them have an extremely long day - longer than twelve hours.

Overall, the employees at Twitter are generally happy, based on their aggregated ratings of future outlook, customer perception, and their excitement going to work. The 103 employees who participated believe the future outlook of Twitter is positive.