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40 English questions out of 40

May 12, 2021

What are perks and other benefits like at Everbridge?

Pros

Good work benefits and flexibility

Cons

Acquisitions don’t integrate well - creates confusion and internal noise

Good work benefits and flexibility

May 12, 2021

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October 1, 2020

What is health insurance like at Everbridge?

Pros

It's great to work for Everbridge, their company mission makes real-world impact and actually saves lives.

Cons

Their compensation package is below the industry average, stock grants and refreshers are almost non-existent. Insurance offerings are not good, the 401k match is only 1%.

Advice to Management

Recognize employees that are outside the Boston office, it seems like all the Star awards only ever get given to staff in the corporate office. Increase compensation and better insurance offerings.

Insurance offerings are not good, the 401k match is only 1%.

October 1, 2020

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May 20, 2021

Does Everbridge offer tuition reimbursement?

Pros

- Very good starting pay for intelligence analysts. - Highly flexible schedule. While analysts work taxing 12-hour shifts (starting at night for entry level), they are free to schedule themselves with a partner. If you have a flexible partner, you can make your schedule as you wish, as long as you work a minimum of 15 days per month. This makes it very easy to take vacations without even using the unlimited PTO. - The product and tools you work with are interesting and have a positive impact for customers.

Cons

- The 12-hour shifts can be grueling, especially when work grinds to a halt in the early morning hours. After a few months of night shifts, your body will be feeling the results. It can be hard to transition back to "days" when you're not working. - Management is poorly trained (little to no education or management training, with most management starting as intelligence analysts and promoted because of a lack of candidates). They pay very little attention to the work their analysts perform, and express little knowledge of performance when conducting reviews. Additionally, the only feedback analysts receive is negative - something as simple as a one-letter typo may elicit lengthy negative emails from multiple managers. While the company uses positive analyst performance to market the product, none of this positive feedback makes it back to the analysts. This management style also encourages analysts to do the "bare minimum," because management only cares about errors, rather than positive performance. - The culture is toxic, with many new analysts abusing their colleagues because of a perceived superiority (e.g., advanced degree, quality of education, experience in other industries), despite making the same salary with the same responsibilities. Management does nothing because they are not aware of what their employees are doing. - Analysts are trained to work on multiple teams at the six-month mark (domestic and international), effectively doubling their responsibilities, with zero additional pay. - As management cares very little about quantifying performance, promotions are based solely on tenure. This means that senior and lead analysts may perform poorly, with little knowledge on how to manage or mentor newer analysts, but will continue to receive promotions because of how long they have been with the company. While this makes it easy for newer analysts to receive promotions, it provides very little incentive to go "above and beyond" because it will receive no reward, and will increase the chances of minor errors, resulting in multiple highly negative emails from management.

Very good starting pay for intelligence analysts.

May 20, 2021

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October 18, 2020

Does Everbridge offer unlimited time off?

Pros

Unlimited vacation, flexible work schedule, good pay, fast growing company, open door policy, and the work we do matters because we save lives.

Cons

Some growing pains. Too many acquisitions.

Advice to Management

Better healthcare benefits

Unlimited vacation, flexible work schedule, good pay, fast growing company, open door policy, and the work we do matters because we save lives.

October 18, 2020

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February 1, 2022

Does Everbridge offer vision insurance?

Pros

- lying management - boring work - old tech stack

Cons

- free lunch - free water

Advice to Management

quit

free water

February 1, 2022

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