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36 English questions out of 36

December 1, 2022

What are perks and other benefits like at Front?

Pros

-they hire wonderful, brilliant people who want to work together and help each other -the company actually lives by their values -they're always trying to improve their employees' with new benefits, policies, and advancements within the product -management was great, it felt like they cared about me first rather than as another employee -flexible fridays were phenomenal - i was able to take the day off and essentially work a 4 day work week by getting things done ahead of time -we were given information as to why a change is being made and what led to this decision making. the CEO, Mathilde, is extremely transparent about the state of the company and what her vision is - i've never had so much clarity on the business side of a company than at Front -they want you to succeed -great product to sell -good time to get in -you can tell that a conscious effort has been and is continuing to be made in terms of diverse hiring and inclusivity if i wanted to stay in sales, i would have continued at Front. it's a great place to be.

Cons

-i would have loved to work from home full time but sales was in a hybrid role going to the office twice a week when i was there. (some exceptions made but were performance based or case by case) not a deal breaker but something to keep in mind. -still has startup growing pains, too many resources to find internal info, processes not being completely clear, etc. -there's upward mobility within the sales org in a couple departments but it's difficult to navigate

Advice to Management

keep listening to your employees and investing in them

they're always trying to improve their employees' with new benefits, policies, and advancements within the product

December 1, 2022

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November 30, 2022

Does Front offer unlimited time off?

Pros

Free lunch in the office Activities (happy hour, game nights) after hours in the office

Cons

Varying experiences with culture depending on what team you're on Strict return to office policy with no substantial reasoning No option for bonuses or raises Unlimited PTO but PTO requests are often denied Unorganized leadership Unclear hiring objectives which lead to recent layoffs Lack of transparency

Varying experiences with culture depending on what team you're on Strict return to office policy with no substantial reasoning No option for bonuses or raises Unlimited PTO but PTO requests are often denied Unorganized leadership Unclear hiring objectives which lead to recent layoffs Lack of transparency

November 30, 2022

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October 16, 2021

Does Front offer health savings accounts?

Pros

Reason to work here is for the best combo of trajectory + people. Most companies I've been at have a strict tradeoff, either high flying at the expense of people. Or care about people, but let that be a reason for complacency. Front is the best combo of both. People are ambitious AND care about their colleagues + the company. I often tell people, I joined for the product + vision, and stay for the people. If you can work here, you should join :) The biggest thing that's changed over the past two years is that as a smaller company, people worked REALLY hard, though often voluntarily at the expense of work life balance. Now, this is a place where you can have a good work life balance AND contribute meaningfully. It's pretty sweet.

Cons

In the spirit of transparency (which is one of our key values), will put one thing here: As we get bigger, some things inevitably slow down (which is intentional), and most initiatives are on 6-12+ month time tables. This is normal, as we're in major maturation mode. Less turning on a dime to put out fires, which for some people is a good thing (it's less chaos/thrash), but for those who love the <100 person startup feeling, it's a bit less "thrilling" than it was "back in the day." Easy to reminisce, even though those times were chaotic and scarier.

Advice to Management

Keep it rolling, I'm super optimistic on our future!

Most companies I've been at have a strict tradeoff, either high flying at the expense of people.

October 16, 2021

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May 11, 2022

What is the retirement plan like at Front?

Pros

Really value work-life balance, great culture, innovative

Cons

no 401k match, but the other benefits make up for it!

no 401k match, but the other benefits make up for it!

May 11, 2022

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November 30, 2022

What is paid time off like at Front?

Pros

Free lunch in the office Activities (happy hour, game nights) after hours in the office

Cons

Varying experiences with culture depending on what team you're on Strict return to office policy with no substantial reasoning No option for bonuses or raises Unlimited PTO but PTO requests are often denied Unorganized leadership Unclear hiring objectives which lead to recent layoffs Lack of transparency

Varying experiences with culture depending on what team you're on Strict return to office policy with no substantial reasoning No option for bonuses or raises Unlimited PTO but PTO requests are often denied Unorganized leadership Unclear hiring objectives which lead to recent layoffs Lack of transparency

November 30, 2022

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