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- Salsify scored higher in 8 areas: Overall Rating, Career Opportunities, Compensation & Benefits, Senior Management, Culture & Values, CEO Approval, % Recommend to a friend and Positive Business Outlook.
- Both tied in 1 area: Work-life balance.
What Employees Say
- "Work life balance" was the most mentioned Pro at LogMeIn.
- "Company culture" was the most mentioned Pro at Salsify.
- "Middle management" was the most mentioned Con at LogMeIn.
- "Growing pains" was the most mentioned Con at Salsify.
I worked at LogMeIn full-time for more than 3 years
Local management are the best. Great co-workers who are smart, carry their load and are helpful team players. 20 minute walk from office to bluffs that overlook the Pacific Ocean. Near Isle Vista and... Santa Barbara with all of the advantages of California without the big metropolitan area hassles.
Logmein has lost presence in the market place to Zoom. Hedge fund active investors will be taking the company private soon. Key people have gone to Appfolio in Goleta.
I worked at Salsify for less than a year
Truly open and non-competitive/judgemental work space. Salsify has a "startup culture" that was exactly what it proclaimed itself to be. Employees had fun but were also empowered to find their... optimal work experience and have it. Doing IT Support let me meet many of the people in the company, and the vast majority of them were people I'd love to be on a team with.
As I was there, Salsify was in the midst of transitioning from a smaller company to a much larger one, and the rapid growth of the company didn't come with a clear vision on how to effectively scale... values up when a company has greater than 500 people. I have faith that they still have the right people in place to make a transition, but as I left I definitely felt like there was a growing number of individuals who didn't share those values.
Advice to Management
Decentralize your organization enough so that each member of Hydra is capable of providing clear vision to their part of the organization, and focus more on growing the org well rather than as fast... as possible. Promote from within.