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What are perks and other benefits like at CD PROJEKT RED?

9 English reviews out of 9

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June 1, 2020

Pros

Amazing people, challenging projects, a lot of opportunities to grow and learn, amazing benefits, tasty canteen and kitchens to cook your own meal from scratch at work. I loved working there on a daily basis.

Cons

embarrassingly low payment and in spite of growing and learning - nearly no way to being promoted, royal cour like management. The owners treat the company as a machine to earn money, and do not see employees as people but more like data in the table.

Advice to Management

Treat people like people and pay them not to starve.

Amazing people, challenging projects, a lot of opportunities to grow and learn, amazing benefits, tasty canteen and kitchens to cook your own meal from scratch at work.

June 1, 2020

Reviewed by: Art in Warsaw, Masovia (Former Employee)

July 29, 2022

Pros

-VERY low turnover -Benefits are unheard of- incredible! -Management is supportive and approachable -Super flexible work schedule -Exponential growth and advancement opportunities

Cons

Absolutely none that I can think of!

Benefits are unheard of

July 29, 2022

Reviewed by: HR Manager (Current Employee)

August 22, 2020

Pros

From alien perspective you’ll expect everything to support you to move to Poland. Lots of benefits in the office place (not applicable during COVID19)

Cons

If you’re not ready to dedicate all your time making video games

Advice to Management

please keep CDPR quality level

Lots of benefits in the office place (not applicable during COVID19)

August 22, 2020

Reviewed by: Lead VFX Artist (Former Employee)

February 4, 2022

Pros

Career opportunity after you left.

Cons

No career/personal development, hence no clear career path, hence even if you are great, and perform great, you will always have to wait for those 15 months (if you are lucky) to get promoted, if you want something you have to ask or find another offer from a company and then you can negotiate something (same does not apply for management). Salary it's a joke, if you don't get promoted fast you will always have an irrisory wage for the tasks that you are asked to perform (and even once you get promoted is still under the industry standards). "Directors," think to be superstars.... but they do only their interests. Bonus it's a joke even with the new guidelines. Perks are just not existent (only the gym card maybe) please don't count: food, parties, and so on and so forth as perks because they are not...... are just smoke in the eyes for the newcomers They wanna compete with other top companies in terms of perks and benefits and wages. They don't even plan to have a pension scheme....... or fair contracts (which you currently have in one of the contract choices, but you will have to pay so many taxes that will eat your wage up, hence it's not a way to go if you wanna live comfortably). Last but not least Poland...

They wanna compete with other top companies in terms of perks and benefits and wages.

February 4, 2022

Reviewed by: Developer (Former Employee)

May 16, 2022

Pros

excellent work culture , lots of benefits and added bonuses (both financial and non physical)

Cons

Top in the country therefore if need to development must look for job abroad

excellent work culture , lots of benefits and added bonuses (both financial and non physical)

May 16, 2022

Reviewed by: Gameplay Capture Artist (Current Employee)

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