Compare Whisbi vs Trovit BETASee how Trovit vs. Whisbi compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I worked at Whisbi full-time for less than a year
-Nice office -Apple product only
-Demanding hours -No flexibility or perks -No leadership -Expectations are unrealistic -Coworkers don’t work -Alot of miscommunications with office in Barcelona -Procedures need to get... updated -Not the best management or CEO
I worked at Trovit full-time
Perks: nice office, gym, snacks, team building events, and so on.
The CEO has surrounded himself with friends in the middle management who follow his orders as a sect obeys its leader. Some of them are not the sharpest tool in the shed, one wonders how they got to... where they are. They pretend to be the coolest company in town, but far from reality. Having a gym doesn't make you one; taking care of your employees and implementing policies that actually help them does. No career plans, no professional development programs, no promotion policies. Men hold all positions of power: CEO, COO, CTO, Sales, Product, HR, Finance... so don't pretend to be the most inclusive company when there isn't a single woman in a leadership position. Enough of fake outrage about allegedly demeaning signs, and more self-awareness and action. Too much bureaucracy, even the smallest task involves a meeting and a never-ending email thread. Spoiler alert: This is Barcelona, not Silicon Valley. No need to use "agile", "brainstorm","team" or any other buzzword in every sentence in Spanish.
Advice to Management
Perception is not reality. If you think people are happy with the way things are going, they are not. If things do not change, you might suddenly find a bunch of resignation letters on your table.... Care less about employer branding and more about the employees.