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Have questions about working at Limeade? Read answers to frequently asked questions to help you make a choice before applying to a job or accepting a job offer.

Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at Limeade.

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32 English questions out of 32

November 13, 2020

What are perks and other benefits like at Limeade?

Pros

Teams and majority of employees display care, good benefits and employee resources, lots of flexibility, and room for growth, people are genuine at Limeade and being your true self at work is encouraged and embraced

Cons

Lack of diversity in leadership, C-suite does not care as much as the rest of employee base (in terms of looking out for people at the company), company is also small and so it is easier to burn out when people take on extra responsibilities to get things done

Advice to Management

Hold yourselves accountable to your values and the same rules all other employees are held to

Teams and majority of employees display care, good benefits and employee resources, lots of flexibility, and room for growth, people are genuine at Limeade and being your true self at work is encouraged and embraced

November 13, 2020

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January 26, 2021

Does Limeade offer tuition reimbursement?

Pros

Pretty good benefits, decent pay, some nice people.

Cons

This is my third time adjusting my review. It started off at 4 stars. I felt Limeade did a good job practicing what they preached. Showing care and fostering a positive culture with warm, bright people. Things felt fast paced and it was a little difficult to keep up, but I chalked it up to being at a growing organization. A few months later, I am on a call with a few colleagues, and one (higher up) employee’s treatment to all of us bordered harassment. To be treated with such nastiness and hostility by a coworker, as I just tried to do my job, genuinely shook my view of the entire company. I escalated the incident to two layers of management. Nothing ever came of it. That said, it was just one, really rough incident. I deleted my 4-star review because that didn’t feel accurate, but I decided to shake it off and focus on the positive parts of my job. Months went on and, like another reviewer mentioned, a disconnect between what we preach and push, and the way we treat our employees continued to become evident. Still, I felt that the pros mentioned made this at least a 3-star place to work. Average felt about right. As months have continued to pass, I can’t even call this an average/ok place to work, and deleted the 3-star review. There is constant finger pointing and a lack of ownership. Turnover is abundant, and backfilling is sparse. You are guilted for attempting to set boundaries to allow yourself work/life balance. Teams seem more frustrated and burnt out than they do engaged, and I suspect the cold treatment has become more abundant because everyone is stretched thin. It’s been really disappointing to feel so positive about a company to start, and watch things slip away.

Advice to Management

Management doesn’t take advice

Pretty good benefits, decent pay, some nice people.

January 26, 2021

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November 13, 2020

Does Limeade offer an employee assistance or workplace counselling program?

Pros

Teams and majority of employees display care, good benefits and employee resources, lots of flexibility, and room for growth, people are genuine at Limeade and being your true self at work is encouraged and embraced

Cons

Lack of diversity in leadership, C-suite does not care as much as the rest of employee base (in terms of looking out for people at the company), company is also small and so it is easier to burn out when people take on extra responsibilities to get things done

Advice to Management

Hold yourselves accountable to your values and the same rules all other employees are held to

Teams and majority of employees display care, good benefits and employee resources, lots of flexibility, and room for growth, people are genuine at Limeade and being your true self at work is encouraged and embraced

November 13, 2020

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August 24, 2020

Does Limeade offer unlimited time off?

Pros

Hyper focus on culture, transparency and employee well-being Authentic leadership that always wants to do the right thing Values employee feedback & encourages open dialogue, even on sticky issues In my 6+ years at Limeade I have always been treated as smart, capable and worth investing in. I have been rewarded and promoted when I felt I deserved it and I've been lucky to find a variety of mentors that empower me to work at my highest potential . I've also been treated very well during different life stages, including a flex-schedule after having my first baby, working from home to take care of a sick child, working remotely when necessary and taking time out of the day for appointments etc. Limeade trusts me to do my job well, and I trust them to give me the career opportunities I deserve.

Cons

Employee experience industry is constantly shifting, which can lead to changes in company strategy Legacy customers hold us back at times

Advice to Management

Stay vigilant in your commitment to walk the talk when it comes to culture and caring for employees. Not every employee is going to have a perfect experience here but the ones who align with your values, believe in the mission and who feel supported by leadership and managers will do you proud.

schedule after having my first baby, working from home to take care of a sick child, working remotely when necessary and taking time out of the day for appointments etc. Limeade trusts me to do my job well, and I trust them to give me the career opportunities I deserve.

August 24, 2020

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November 18, 2021

What is paid time off like at Limeade?

Pros

I worked with great people, a smart team, and had a lot of autonomy. The attitude around remote work is relatively flexible and there's plenty of PTO.

Cons

Paid far below market rate. HR uses pay scale to determine market rate which is far below what true market rate is for some roles due to old data. Was made vague promises from leadership and HR about prioritizing my teams work without it ever coming to fruition. The hiring process around bringing people on to my team was disorganized. Even though I loved working with my team, there was so much turnover that many of the people I loved working with have left.

Advice to Management

Pay people what they're worth, especially in r&d and don't promise market rate adjustments if you dont mean it for everyone who is massively underpaid. Trust your teams to hire people to join them, not just the people in leadership. Stop trying to change the product identity when development work is lagging far behind.

The attitude around remote work is relatively flexible and there's plenty of PTO.

November 18, 2021

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