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How is management perceived at Ease?

8 English reviews out of 8

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January 23, 2020

Pros

When the company started, it was a bootstrapping environment where you really managed and executed on your projects fully, providing great learning opportunities. However since the company has grown and poor middle management has come in, some of that autonomy has been taken away. The business model is set up to be very successful, there is opportunity to really make money and grow the company + revenue, but the leadership lacks clarity and agreement on long term vision.

Cons

The benefits offerings are unclear There is a lot of gossip that travels fast Middle management is poor There is mistrust of the executive board to deliver on discussed action items There is mistrust in HR It operates like a small company, when there are now over 200 employees There has been an increased amount of turn over

Advice to Management

Invest in management courses, and require them for anyone who manages a team. It’s important to build and regain the trust of the HR department.

However since the company has grown and poor middle management has come in, some of that autonomy has been taken away.

January 23, 2020

January 27, 2022

Pros

Generous company to work for! My trainer Lexy was great. My lead Alex was always helpful and willing to teach and assist. The specialist team were very supportive when help was needed. The manager Nina does a great job in leading!

Cons

No suggestions, it's a startup company and still growing.

The manager Nina does a great job in leading!

January 27, 2022

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Anonymous Employee)

July 29, 2020

Pros

When I first got to the company it was great. Then because they are a Venture Capital company things became a risk. They laid off like 38 employees and plans seem to be to lay others off. If they do not hit numbers more will go. The company is run by David Reid and he is a good person and means well. Be prepared in sales to do atleast 40 cold calls aday and alot of demos. Some sales people like that some do not.

Cons

There are so many changes always going on with the company now that Covid 19 is here and your job with them being a venture capital company is not always secure. They really watch your cold calls and it appears micro management is going to be an everyday thing. The people mean to be good at the company but things will take a while for things to be stable with the organization. Be careful.

Advice to Management

David is a good guy but if his Management team is going to make cold calling an everyday thing mention it to all new hires so they know what they are getting into. Also do not hire anymore people till you know that you will have all the money to do so.

They really watch your cold calls and it appears micro management is going to be an everyday thing.

July 29, 2020

Reviewed by: Account Executive in Las Vegas, NV (Former Employee)

January 23, 2020

Pros

When the company started, it was a bootstrapping environment where you really managed and executed on your projects fully, providing great learning opportunities. However since the company has grown and poor middle management has come in, some of that autonomy has been taken away. The business model is set up to be very successful, there is opportunity to really make money and grow the company + revenue, but the leadership lacks clarity and agreement on long term vision.

Cons

The benefits offerings are unclear There is a lot of gossip that travels fast Middle management is poor There is mistrust of the executive board to deliver on discussed action items There is mistrust in HR It operates like a small company, when there are now over 200 employees There has been an increased amount of turn over

Advice to Management

Invest in management courses, and require them for anyone who manages a team. It’s important to build and regain the trust of the HR department.

Middle management is poor

January 23, 2020

March 5, 2021

Pros

Good position in the market

Cons

Questionable changes - in Management changes

in Management changes

March 5, 2021

Reviewed by: Sales (Former Employee)

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