Compare Faithlife vs Soda BETASee how Soda vs. Faithlife compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I worked at Faithlife for less than a year
Encouraging community and coworkers. Supportive atmosphere that promotes personal and professional growth. Every single person is accessible and approachable, even the CEO himself. Champions... community among coworkers, even across departments (even going far enough to regularly pay for monthly lunches with employees across the company). No HR department, all HR functions are delegated out to specific members of the company, which makes it feel very human. Treats its employees exceptionally well. Unlimited paid time off within reason, extremely accommodating for all people and backgrounds. Employee retention is exceptionally high while still taking in new talent all the time. Vibrant and regular intern program. Good pay. No excessive amounts of meetings. Lots of freedom for developers and employees in general to use the tools that they are familiar with to be successful. Snacks are common. Rocking coffee machine. Free unlimited soda and juice. Everyone, in general, is very nice. Every single person I met genuinely loved working there, and it clearly wasn't just for show. Faithlife invests in its employees, who naturally invest back in the company to create a vibrant, welcoming, accessible culture that is an absolute delight to work in.
No HR department, could prove to be problematic if the wrong circumstances arose. Lack of structure in the day to day, could be offputting to those who desire tasks to be well-defined. Interacting... with people and networking in the company is an absolute must, if you're not a people person, this *will* be an adjustment.
Advice to Management
Keep on doing what's right and treating people well (employees to customers alike), just like you already are!
I have been working at Soda
- Ridiculous talent - intelligent, creative, energetic - Leadership's vision is clear and inspiring - Performance culture - aptitude and initiative are prerequisites - Location, benefits, (really)... amazing snack selection, people, work hardware are all top level
- Not much hand holding (a 'con' for some)