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- Palo Alto Networks scored higher in 9 areas: Overall Rating, Career Opportunities, Compensation & Benefits, Work-life balance, Senior Management, Culture & Values, CEO Approval, % Recommend to a friend and Positive Business Outlook.
What Employees Say
- "Great products" was the most mentioned Pro at Palo Alto Networks.
- "Everwise" was the most mentioned Pro at Everwise.
- "Work life balance" was the most mentioned Con at Palo Alto Networks.
- "Everwise" was the most mentioned Con at Everwise.
I have been working at Everwise full-time for more than a year
While it's true that Everwise waited too long to address some important structural problems, I’m proud to say that Everwise has been through an incredible transformation over the past couple of... months. The leadership team has changed significantly, the software-oriented product strategy is clear and being executed by an incredible Head of Product, and the whole company finally operates as a team. Most importantly, the company is doing well, we're able to retain great talent, the market opportunity is big and investors have faith in us. I’ve always enjoyed working at Everwise, but it now feels like a real startup again. There’s fun, there’s positive energy and there’s trust. Previously, there was a slight cultural divide between the SF and NY office. That problem has been solved by changing the teams, more collaboration among and transparency from senior leaders, and efforts to make both offices work together. Our new leadership is very open to feedback and involves the entire company in decisions. I love the fact that our engineers have taken the initiative to teach each other new skills and technologies, supported by food and drinks from the company. I love the fact that other Everwisers have organized internal workshops, yoga, meditation and learning paths. In 2018, I’ve learned about stress reduction, prioritization, influence, mindfulness, feature flags, functional programming, Unix tools and how to build a successful company. I’ve attended professional workshops, internal lunch & learns, whiteboard sessions, presentations and Everwise learning paths with other Everwisers. This has all been part of my job. These opportunities have been available to everybody.
We’re a quickly evolving startup and things aren’t perfect yet. Not everybody likes that type of environment. On the positive side, Everwise is one of the friendliest companies I’ve ever worked for... and there are opportunities to make a difference.
Advice to Management
Keep listening to your people.