Pros – Diverse environment, flexible schedule, nice offices, sodas and snacks, nice, friendly people, many positions will have some travel experiences between the offices in Boston and Cologne
Cons – lacks innovative and strategic planning, never-ending working hours
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
Pros – It's fun to take part in an industry not many know about. The knowledge of the staff is vast and a new employee can quickly learn and become an industry expert in their area. Flexible working hours a nice plus.
Cons – It can be difficult for new employees that are not used to working in an international company to adjust to some things due to cultural differences. However, this is not a major problem, just nice to be aware.
Advice to Senior Management – pay attention to how vacation and sick time policies differ between the two offices and how greatly these things can affect getting work done. Also, it would be nice to have more people in Boston being able to do things, like a tech person or marketing so we are not stuck all the time after they leave the office in Germany.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
Pros – Nice people, good work hours, nice office
Cons – No room for growth and they drastically underpay their employees.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company
Pros – Young, fun work environment. That's about it.
Cons – Not really any opportunity to build an actual career. If you like to drink and party, then work here.
Advice to Senior Management – Sell the company and cut your losses
Pros – Really good Work Life balance
Cons – communication from senior management is gone to zero, instead of finding new business they change the organigram several times
Pros – Flexible, good pay, nice people, good benefits.
Cons – No real strategy, CRM, marketing, disorganised. No career progression.
Advice to Senior Management – New internal system required. Better communication needed. More investment/training in staff is needed. Need to listen to customers more and keep up with competition. Need to evolve.
Pros – Some fun people. Used to have good parties but not really anymore...
Cons – Pay is poor, a lot of backstabbing with the Team-leaders, high turnover, little growth opportunities, and they don't take care of their people. A lot of people fell Into their roles versus actually earning them. A lot of people, especially management, don't know what they're doing.
Advice to Senior Management – Stop misleading your people. Treat everyone fairly. Some of you should be let go.
Pros – A lot of nice people, very international. Supportive.
Cons – Unrealistic goals and targets. a lot of pressure