Avature Culture FAQ

Read what Avature employees think about their company culture and make sure it is the right fit for you.

Avature has a culture and values rating of 4.5.

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February 17, 2021

What is the company culture at Avature?

Pros

The company truly developed a culture that is very unique, where you can be 100% autonomous and still be part of a team

Cons

Its a very complex mind change to join this typoe of organizations. So be sure you have enought resourcers (emotional and knowledge) to facilitate your transition.

The company truly developed a culture that is very unique, where you can be 100% autonomous and still be part of a team

February 17, 2021

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March 22, 2020

What is the hiring process like at Avature?

Pros

The work itself can be interesting! The clients are tough, but you meet wonderful people and can learn a lot in a short amount of time.

Cons

The company is growing rapidly, but still has the start-up mindset. They don't define jobs (they think of this as a positive thing) which leads to a lot of exploitation. It often feels that they care about filling seats, and it shows. The turnover rate for some of the key sectors are incredibly high. And other teams are either incompetent, or trying but struggling immensely as they aren't cut out for the job. There are a lot of backlogs and bottle necks which key teams (Consulting and AM) are forced to deal with. Timelines do not exist at Avature, and the only reason most projects are completed with happy clients is because of the Consultants who often have to fix the trouble made by a poor Sales team. Consulting is pushed to perform better than almost any other team, but they are paid terribly (in comparison to Sales). It's a company with poorly defined internal processes, and a management system based on familial relations and friendships. They hand out managerial and direct roles far too freely, with very few of these individuals actually taking responsibility for anything. They are exploitative. Hands down. Terrible hiring process (ironic as they preach best practice hiring methods), and terrible employee management.

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Terrible hiring process (ironic as they preach best practice hiring methods), and terrible employee management.

March 22, 2020

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