Compare Natera vs WePay BETASee how WePay vs. Natera compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I worked at Natera full-time for more than 3 years
I’ve worked with other large companies in the past, and they pale in comparison to working at Natera. I had the good fortune of being associated with some truly amazing people. Not only were they... thorough professionals, but also wonderful people, from whom I was able to learn a great deal. It helped me upgrade my skill set, and I also made some lifelong friends here. Hard work is generously rewarded. Promotions and growth opportunities are offered based on your performance and merits, with no partiality, politics, or favoritism. Most people employed by Natera are well educated, ethical, and help bolster an excellent work culture. It was an absolute pleasure being part of the Natera family.
Maybe work on expanding the canteen menu and focus on hot meals, especially since many team members are on the field most of the time.
Advice to Management
Keep up the fantastic work. Thank you for the opportunity to work here. It has been a rewarding experience on several levels. Natera rightfully gets my recommendation as a great place to work.
I have been working at WePay full-time for more than a year
Great company with clearly defined goals. There is always clear direction on what needs to get done and leadership is pretty well organized. Lots of opportunity for growth and a ton of support if... needed. All the perks that you expect from a company in bay area; tons of free food and catered lunches, flexible hours and work from home options, over a month of paid vacation, etc.
Tech stach is a bit dated but there is a lot of work being done to switch over to newer technologies. Honestly, for a company of this age and size can't really complain all that much about the stack.... Office is also a bit cramped but we are slated to move into our new office Q2 of 2020 so only a temporary issue.
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you are doing.