Companies have reportedly seen a "flood of resumes" from Zynga (ZNGA) developers looking to...
Friday, August 10, 2012, 7:07 PM ETCompanies have reportedly seen a "flood of resumes" from Zynga (ZNGA) developers looking to leave. Meanwhile, those inside the company describe morale as "grim" and "anxious." An anonymous Zynga employee recently described a culture of long workweeks, broken promises, office politics, and no innovation. With employee discontent predating Zynga's IPO, equity grants might not be enough to prevent a huge brain drain in the face of a crashing stock price.
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