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How are senior leaders perceived at Livongo Health?

7 English reviews out of 7

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March 11, 2019

Pros

-Good salary -competitive coworkers -off to the races (literally!) -very humble and accomplished executive leadership team -good work / life balance -walking distance to calTrain -beautiful SF office in South Park -all typical silicon valley perks (catered lunch every day in Mountain View office, stocked kitchen) -strong mission to create a happier and healthier life -$2k bonus for full-time referral -401k matching for $1200 -great healthcare benefits -wonderful IT support desk -comfortable office setting -friendly HR staff

Cons

-Digital Health is an emerging, fast paced industry so sometimes priorities can shift rapidly

Advice to Management

keep up inspiring culture and transparency

very humble and accomplished executive leadership team

March 11, 2019

Reviewed by: Anonymous in San Francisco, CA (Current Employee)

May 3, 2019

Pros

Livongo is unlike no other. The mission of the company is ambitious, purposeful and intrinsically motivating for every level and role. The culture is contagious - you think it's just a honeymoon phase as a new hire, but you see folks walking around who've been here since the beginning and they carry even more energy, engagement and excitement than the newbies. Outstanding, best-in-field medical and technical leadership. The potential for the company translates into potential for individual career growth & development. We are growing in every sense! I love the people here and I'm so glad I found this gem in the Silicon Valley niche of digital health.

Cons

-There are pros and cons to having a large remote population. The cons would be that the company can feel disconnected - still, there are visible efforts to make it one inclusive "workplace." - Work/life balance can be tough for support and front-line teams that don't scale as proportionately to the growth of the business. - Monthly all-hands, all-company meetings celebrate our wins but don't always address the growing pains

Advice to Management

Keep your enthusiasm and ambition levels high like they are! Promote/hire more diverse leaders into VP and above roles.

field medical and technical leadership.

May 3, 2019

Reviewed by: Anonymous in Mountain View, CA (Current Employee)

January 10, 2021

Pros

Excellent pay and benefits Strong leadership Collaborative environment

Cons

Moving so fast, some important structural considerations never get attention

Advice to Management

Streamline regulatory process to make so many people's jobs easier Put more clinical experts in leadership positions for mental health category Give clinical/content as much attention as marketing

Strong leadership

January 10, 2021

Reviewed by: Senior Content Strategist in Denver, CO (Current Employee)

May 29, 2020

Pros

Great culture, competitive salary, mission-driven leadership

Cons

Growing pains like any other growth company; medical premiums are a bit high.

driven leadership

May 29, 2020

Reviewed by: Senior Strategic Program Manager in United States (Current Employee)

August 13, 2020

Pros

there were catered lunches everyday.

Cons

worst experience of my professional career, I am glad I have moved on! Most people writing these reviews are new and don't know the cons yet, so here you go. This company seriously lacks Diversity and Inclusivity. As a minority I was stereotyped everyday on the job to the point I did not feel appreciated for my contribution (which is sad as most of their members are minorities). I was severely undervalued to the point my own self esteem took a hit. They treat you like a machine, if you don't work how they want you to and make any mistake (something that doesn't negatively impact the company), you will face consequences, aka PIP'd. Micromanaged on everything, I was never trusted to even write emails on my own and constantly guided through my work each day. They wanted to let me go, even amidst a pandemic and racial issues in the world, I was never during this entire time asked about my personal situation outside of work. I have a sick parent that I help take care of and no one showed any compassion or consideration for this, instead I received the opposite and put in a very stressful environment overall, taking time away from my focus on my parent.. it is clear they show favorites here, as per usual with silicon valley companies like these, I had to try to work twice as hard because I was just never good enough compared to others. Management needs to be aware that not everyone is the same, people learn in different ways. my manager refused to understand this.. I was constantly compared to others on the team as most incompetent based on these beliefs. A good manager is supposed to help employees improve, instead I was accused and constantly felt threatened to get better or I would be released. training was already horrible and the learning curve was a lot.. yet I was blamed for my incompetence. Some may believe this as a pro but the pay is competitive, I later realized it was a scam. they needed people for the job that no one wanted to learn and would pay them a competitive salary to lock people in. I felt like this was equivalent to holding a gun to my head. I would not recommend this company to any of my friends, even if they claim to help others. I would not work here if you don't already have a strong skill set. If you are looking to learn on the job, this is not the place as any lack of ability will hurt you. There's so much more I could add, but they haven't done enough for me to help them with more feedback.

Advice to Management

please pay attention! Minorities are truly the outcasts here and the main employees leaving this company. this company is supposed to focus on helping live better healthier lives, but working here my mental health was not healthy in this environment. don't talk about it BE about it. BLM starts here.

A good manager is supposed to help employees improve, instead I was accused and constantly felt threatened to get better or I would be released.

August 13, 2020

Reviewed by: Eligibility in United States (Former Employee)

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7 English reviews out of 7