Great environment socially for young people. Made many good friends, especially towards the beginning. However, PayPal is oddly strict with things that are very lax at other companies. (Cell phones, monitoring breaks, etc...) You could wear anything you wanted basically, which often times made it hard to take colleagues or the work envirnment seriously. The cleaning/janitorial company PayPal employed was bad, possibly awful. The bathrooms were a nightmare, there were stains on the carpet from where the cleaning staff would drag garbage bags, and don't even think about using the cups they provide, unless you wanna get sick or taste whatever drink was in it last.
Support from Management
Leadership couldn't seem to accomplish anything, really. Throughout my 3 years there, we received a myriad of empty promises. Probably a little less than 6 months in to my time at PayPal, it was obvious that we could rarely rely on anything promised by leadership. Management and leadership provided very little support, often setting extremely unrealistic expectations for agents, in regards to metrics and performance. Overall, most managers are uninvolved with their direct reports.