Compare ERGO Group (Germany) vs Workday BETASee how Workday vs. ERGO Group (Germany) compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I worked at ERGO Group (Germany) part-time
Decent pay for student positions, great (former) location in the city of Cologne, good cooperation between the smaller teams
Suppressive atmosphere, aggressive and rough management, offices are grey and cold during winter
Advice to Management
Paying even a tiny bit of attention to your employees would probably be hugely beneficial to the atmosphere and help getting rid off the bad reputation insurance companies are associated with so... consistently.
I have been working at Workday full-time for more than 3 years
For the most part it's employees and top management that contributes to the company being one of best in its field. they have made Workday a great place to work for a reason. Witnessed Company... growth that is phenomenal without losing much of its core values. For the most part very positive work environment and work/life balance. The company truly care about its employees. Very good snack programs. Great opportunities within the company and career growth, at least this is how I feel. encourages internal transfers and personal career growth but I think it is expected that employees has to be initiative. A lot technical challenges to overcome,which presents opportunity to grow and improve. Managements constantly engage with employees to find out pain points and challenges using skip level meetings, which shows they truly care or at least they are trying.
A lot of pros I mentioned might be listed as cons in other reviews. However it's very hard to give a very objective views in general about the company so in this case look at how the company... fairs in "Great Place to Work.", which I believe speaks volume. Depending on the team and location same thing can be positive/cons at the same time. As for personal career growth it is expected that employees have to be initiative and actively engage. don't expect that just working hard and get recognized. don't wait to be put into position to grow. be initiative.
Advice to Management
As I said in pros, it's great management and employees that builds a great company. Advice to Management: keep engaging with employees and listen to them. there are great employees. keep the core... values of being fun and employee first.