Compare Zenefits vs Mavenlink BETA

See how Mavenlink vs. Zenefits compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
3.9
(based on 497 reviews)
4.6
(based on 128 reviews)
Career Opportunities
3.9
4.4
Compensation & Benefits
4.0
3.9
Work-life balance
3.7
4.3
Senior Management
3.6
4.4
Culture & Values
3.8
4.6
CEO Approval
Zenefits Ceo Jay Fulcher
93%Jay Fulcher
Mavenlink Ceo Raymond Grainger
95%Raymond Grainger
% Recommend to a friend
67%
90%
Positive Business Outlook
64%
89%

Salaries

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What Employees Say

Pros
"Free food"(in 31 reviews)
"Free lunch"(in 15 reviews)
"Work life balance"(in 12 reviews)
Cons
"Work life balance"(in 59 reviews)
"Long hours"(in 52 reviews)
"Growing pains"(in 17 reviews)
"401k matching"(in 9 reviews)
Featured Review

Current Employee - Customer Experience

I have been working at Zenefits full-time for more than 3 years

Pros

- company has a strong mission and makes it clear what it is we’re playing for and trying to accomplish in the marketplace - really fun work environment and culture in Tempe office and management is... constantly encouraging team members to get involved in side projects that they have a personal interest or passion in. - management listens and responds quickly to customer and employee feedback to make improvements - fast pace which is fun, but can also be exhausting at times if you don’t have the right mindset for working in this type of environment...definitely not your typical 9-5 - C suite is transparent and makes themselves available to team members at all levels

Cons

- fast pace...sometimes too fast which doesn’t allow us to fully finish what we’re focused on, this is most common in product, but it’s also true with customer experience teams...it’s gotten better... in the last 12 months, but consistency is key - growing quickly and with growth comes growing pains, not necessarily a bad thing, but just something that management needs to keep a close eye on

Advice to Management

- company is trying to accomplish a lot so make sure people are focused on the right activities and projects. - with Sales team growing in Tempe, it’s easy to lose the close family feeling with the... team so make sure we continue to facilitate office events/activities that drive cross team collaboration

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

I have been working at Mavenlink full-time

Pros

-Great workspace. Our Salt Lake City office is for R&D, so it's mostly engineers across different teams. The huge commonality is the space. It's energetic, feels like a startup, open environment,... and located right in the heart of the city! -Operating culture is so unique! So many companies bring an engineer in just to sit them at a computer and make them responsible for a singular output - Mavenlink is all about the team and the people around you. It's a pairing environment and we've been able to strengthen each other because of this. It also means we can continue to learn and grow while we're keeping our code clean. -Great leadership! Our Director of Engineering in Utah is extremely down-to-earth. So friendly, always positive, and definitely an enabler. -Autonomy between our teams. We have 6-7 engineering teams across our product side. We each have the ability to change our scenery and join other teams or learn different disciplines. This is the perfect setting for engineers who don't want to be pigeon-holed.

Cons

-Some light growing pains are expected and are pretty minimal here. We're expanding the space to have more room for future growth. Being downtown is the energy we want, but it can be harder to access... for those who live further down south (or who make employment decisions based on office proximity versus culture). We feel startup-y. We're not a startup because we've been around since 2009 and have a proven product, but it's not an uptight or corporate culture. This is a huge pro for many, but for those who might think the startup feeling office and environment is a detractor, it could be seen as a con. We get snacks, less rigid management, games, lunches, and the best things that come with a startup-like environment, so I personally see it as only a positive!

Advice to Management

Please keep hiring based on culture! It's hard to define and requires everyone to be engaged in finding the right fit, but as long as culture and collaboration are top-of-mind, the culture will... remain throughout the company scaling. Mavenlink is breaking the mold here so just keep it up!

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