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16 June 2021
- Great culture: HR and Management work tirelessly to create an amazing environment that doesn't feel like work. You definitely feel valued as a person, not as a "resource". - Diversity: There is a clear effort to hire diversely and create an inclusive culture. A lot of women in management and employees from varying backgrounds. - Work/life balance: I experienced great work/life balance while working here. Management had a great approach to work, allowing flexibility and no micromanagement. - Benefits: Awesome benefits. Boat days, stocked kitchen, fun things in the common area, the adoption of a hybrid work from home/office model post-pandemic, yearly salary reviews... the list goes on. - Engaging Work: Work was interesting and engaging. There are real attempts to be innovative and creative in what's done here. - Supportive Management: Generally speaking all the managers I worked with were supportive and showed great leadership. They also appear to be listening to what the masses want from work.
Very minor cons, but: - Low starting salary: Depending on your position, you may enter on a low salary. This however is offset by yearly salary reviews and a noticeable attempt to start matching market salaries. - Base/Incentive Salary Split: At a certain point, any future salary increases are split into base (monthly take-home pay) and incentive (increased amount at the end of a quarter pending task completion). Acquiring the incentive was never really an issue, but all pay being base would make life budgeting easier.
Advice to Management
No real advice, just keep listening to the people!
Great culture: HR and Management work tirelessly to create an amazing environment that doesn't feel like work.
16 June 2021