Former Facebook employees say they felt pressure to remain positive and were discouraged from speaking up while working for the social-media giant, according to a CNBC report on Tuesday.
Some even characterized the internal culture at Facebook as "cult-like."
The former employees put much of the blame on Facebook's twice-yearly peer-review system, where employees are "stack-ranked" and assigned a grade by management.
Former Facebook employees reportedly say they felt pressure to remain positive...
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Former Facebook employees compared the company to a "cult," in interviews with CNBC, with one declaring, "Even if you are fucking miserable, you need to act like you love this place."