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November 13, 2020

Pros

Good atmosphere and energy in international environment

Cons

Not very good coffee at the kitchen

Good atmosphere and energy in international environment

November 13, 2020

Reviewed by: Operations Manager in Warsaw (Current Employee)

December 6, 2018

Pros

Great work environment. Good opportunity to work in global projects

Cons

The Management could be better

Great work environment.

December 6, 2018

Reviewed by: Software Engineer in Querétaro, Querétaro (Current Employee)

October 16, 2019

Pros

Chilled environment No work pressure. Flexible working hours Great learning curve Latest technologies Work location

Cons

Bad management Bad on boarding process People not very communicating Lack team skills Many vintage people Facilities not great Adhoc assignments Can be a pain for new joiners Micro management..too tedious and unnecessary

Advice to Management

Please plan your tasks in advance and have some proper kt plans.

No work pressure.

October 16, 2019

Reviewed by: Senior Software Engineer in Mumbai (Current Employee)

April 17, 2019

Pros

Good work environment, amazing facilities

Cons

Difficult to get a salary increase even with good results

Good work environment, amazing facilities

April 17, 2019

Reviewed by: Software Automation Engineer in Querétaro, Querétaro (Current Employee)

July 7, 2019

Pros

Large - Global company, good people, fairly good work/life balance, work from home opportunities, converse and work with many departments and people from nearly all levels within the company and engage with people from around the world - US, Germany, Poland, South America, Australia, Africa, Canada, India.

Cons

Senior Management utilizes corporate values of 'Urgent' and 'Decisive' to a fault. Many decisions do not take into account the full scope of how the decisions affect the product, customer satisfaction, or human resources. Often the decisions seem disjointed and lacking an overall systematic approach. At this time, I would say the company is disjointed, confused and lacking in integrity despite recent efforts to align the company. Streamlining most often relates to reduction in staff while the remaining staff is left to the handle the work-load left as part of the reduction. This creates a stressful work environment and translates as being 'set up to fail'. No matter how good, effective or efficient a worker tends to be, they are often overwhelmed and behind on meeting standard objectives. Not because they are bad workers but because the work-load is unrealistic. Additionally, the products and software do not live up to expectations, resulting in many unnecessary escalations. This also adds stress to the work environment.

Advice to Management

Stop making urgent and decisive decisions without considering the full affects of those decisions. Engage a systems / organizational architect to create a plan that includes and creates synergy from product creation to sales, to production and service environments and teams.

This creates a stressful work environment and translates as being 'set up to fail'.

July 7, 2019

Reviewed by: Customer Service in Akron, OH (Current Employee)

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