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February 10, 2022


If you live in the United States you have the possibility of growth


old practices, no flex time, no remote work, the manager in argentina yelled and was violent

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February 10, 2022

Reviewed by: Backend Developer in Carrigtwohill (Former Employee)

January 4, 2023


Remote work, flexible hours, cool product.


the CEO, the management, the lack of support, the fake "speak your mind" culture I got a call a day before my first day saying my, whom would have been, boss "left the company" and this may "make my onboarding a little more challenging but I should be able to handle it." I had to onboard myself, with no boss, no team, zero support doing two projects I was told I would have the time to learn the programs. Instead, I was told to I was working too slow and when asked how I felt about everything, I was told "that's just the startup culture." Devin is also very sneaky. Being the "supportive CEO" he tries to be, set up a 1-1 w me as a 30-day checkin during which he made it seems it was okay to be open. So expressed my struggles with the lack of support and onboarding. The next day I get a (very rude) phone call saying this is not a good fit and I do not fit the startup speed.

Advice to Management

Don't say you foster "openness" but then shut someone down when they speak up. Make sure to actually onboard your new employees. Make sure everyone has support - starting a completely new role, without support or a manager is not "character building" but hazing.

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January 4, 2023

Reviewed by: Designer (Former Employee)

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