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5 English reviews out of 5

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13 August 2019

Pros

Nice environment Opportunity for career growth Collaborative Team

Cons

Lack of good management

Lack of good management

13 August 2019

Reviewed by: BI Analyst in France (Former Employee)

27 February 2019

Pros

- Highly interesting field to work in - The impact of the work done is seen quite fast - The management gives the opportunity to employees to learn new things through linked In learning -Jabmo has an extremely talented workforce and we get the opportunity to learn from each other. -Treats are given on a regular basis -Free coffee -Nice working environment -Nice office location with amazing mountain view

Cons

- Only one meeting room available! But that's okay if we make some arrangements.

- The management gives the opportunity to employees to learn new things

27 February 2019

Reviewed by: Anonymous Employee In MRU in Ebène (Current Employee)

7 March 2019

Pros

The CEO has an amazing vision. He is inspiring. They are solving a real problem. Fast paced and a great place to learn.

Cons

Some managers are toxic. Micro management to the fullest. Treated like robots. If 1+1 = 2 ? why didn't you produce 2? over focused on numbers and not on holistic performance (qualitative factors) Some incompetent people hired as managers - they manage large teams but they don't have the skills to do that. Focus on cutting costs and not giving back to the employees.

Advice to Management

Respect your employees. Treat them well and they will deliver more than what they are paid to do.

Micro management to the fullest.

7 March 2019

Reviewed by: Anonymous in Mauritius (Anonymous Employee)

21 October 2018

Pros

Management is intent on building a culture of learning and training. We are encouraged to test and experiment. The pay is good and the team very international, smart and friendly.

Cons

Working hours can be long some days, but worthwhile because of the learning experience.

Advice to Management

Keep up the share & learn sessions and company updates.

Management is intent on building a culture of learning and training.

21 October 2018

Reviewed by: Research Analyst in Paris (Former Employee)

31 July 2018

Pros

lots of free time center of Paris

Cons

They are selling vaporware - and want people to sell to unsuspecting clients some over-hyped technology which simply does not exist. And if you are ethical and do not want to be a snake's oil salesman, you are fired, no matter what department you happen to work in. What do you expect from a company whose founder is one of the biggest spam enablers of modern times (Emailvision...enough said)? I wish I knew better. The hype is so perfect, Azalead/Jabmo is even nicely rated by research firms who have no idea that they have nothing built. Advice to future sales guys: be slick, be unethical, sell dreams, be dirty Advice to anyone else thinking of applying there: think of what kind of company you want to keep, the management is almost megalomaniac. They will hire immigrants and outsource to overseas to get the cheapest labour, they will shortchange you on your salary, and they will never keep their words. And they will fire people in mass hysteria. This is the kind of hostile environment you will be working in. Don't look at all these reviews from "Madison, WI" - it is clear these are the same people/accounts trying to hide the ugly truth behind Jabmo. If you want to know the truth, just ask anyone who worked in the Paris office, they will tell you. And this is well documented, I challenge the management to come and refute even one point. You are selling a product that you haven't built, you are shortchanging your employees, you are treating people like Kleenex, you are lying to your customers, you are forcing your sales people to lie. 100% of everyone of your employees can verify this fact. I just wish I knew before joining.

Advice to Management

To clients: Don't fall for the hype, it's pure BS To investors: Take your money and run To management: change CEO; plain and simple. and.. LISTEN, just listen sometimes to what employees have to say. You don't know everything, you THINK you do, but the facts on the ground speak for themselves, so wake up and smell the coffee before everyone leaves you!

Advice to anyone else thinking of applying there: think of what kind of company you want to keep, the management is almost megalomaniac.

31 July 2018

Reviewed by: Sales in Paris (Former Employee)

5 English reviews out of 5