Movable Ink Benefits FAQ

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6 English questions out of 6

July 25, 2019

What is health insurance like at Movable Ink?

Pros

Product's impressive. Employees genuinely cares about the product offering and are passionate about the company. Lots of fun activities to participate in -- great for those who are younger without families or outside obligations. All in all, if you are young and want work to be your life and friend group, this place is a great place to start out.

Cons

Overly intense culture. Employees and managers regularly gossip and talk behind each others' backs. When mistakes are made or targets aren't hit, leaders and employees throw others under the bus rather than figure out the root cause of the issue. Much of the leadership team's inexperienced as leaders and in the areas they are overseeing. Revolving door of e-staff members leaving the company. Employees in certain department are aggressive. No work life balance. The medical insurance is now way more expensive and covers less.

Advice to Management

Hire leaders with proven experience. Be a role model to your employees. Stop complaining and blaming others behind their back.

The medical insurance is now way more expensive and covers less.

July 25, 2019

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November 26, 2019

What are perks and other benefits like at Movable Ink?

Pros

• The company keeps raising the bar for talent... I'm amazed to see the talent that MI is able to attract from clients, partners, and leading tech companies like Microsoft, Salesforce, and more. The recruiting team is the best in the business. • Hardworking but flexible environment - yes, we're hardworking, but even during peak seasons, you know that the company cares about your health and wellbeing. Unlimited PTO, massage days, puppy parties, and an insane amount of in-office perks that make finding balance much easier. They also do a good job of letting you know that they appreciate your work and don't expect you to be happy just bc of available perks. • Scalable Growth - The company is conservative with decisions and spending, and the results show in the form of consistent growth in top talent, revenue, and the ability to invest in the business when needed (systems, processes, additional support for teams, etc.). NO rollercoasters of funding rounds --> hiring quickly --> layoffs... Movable Ink focuses on slow but steady growth. • Truly Family - I'm the first one to roll my eyes when I see people saying this at other companies, but "teamwork" and "empathy" are demonstrated daily at Movable Ink... formal mentorships, active D&I and "Movable Pink" groups, and the fact that everyone is open to helping you succeed. Some mention that there are "cliques" but I've found that often people have worked together for 4-6+ years at MI... it's often not cliques, it's just a natural closeness and understanding, and they're willing to get to know you if you try to get to know them. • Opportunity for Growth - I'm constantly being asked "What's next?" The team really cares about promoting you, and if you have a bit of grit, you can go extremely far. I also appreciate that they have so many opportunities to move into different teams or departments if you want to explore a different part of the business. This is only getting better as we invest more in L&D, Career Mapping, and overall training. • Clients - Outstanding client list & opportunity to work w/ the worlds largest and best brands. Who wouldn't want to put these brands on their resume? And even better, often our best clients come to work for us or bring us with them to company after company. "Experience with Movable Ink" has become somewhat of a core competency on email marketing JDs.

Cons

• Supporting Management - Would be great to have some systems & processes to help managers implement the new management training into their daily role. Training isn't enough.

Advice to Management

Please consider matching 401K in the future.

office perks that make finding balance much easier.

November 26, 2019

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March 22, 2021

Does Movable Ink offer unlimited time off?

Pros

Unlimited vacation, snacks, speaking opportunities, networking opportunities

Cons

Hustle culture, lack of empathy from senior leadership, no employee growth plan within org structure

Advice to Management

Listen to your employees before they lose trust in you. Lead with the values you preach. Define roles to create structure.

Unlimited vacation, snacks, speaking opportunities, networking opportunities

March 22, 2021

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May 28, 2019

What is the retirement plan like at Movable Ink?

Pros

Awesome products Team environment Great leadership Flexible schedules Work/Life Balance

Cons

No 401K match offered

Advice to Management

Add 401K match

No 401K match offered

May 28, 2019

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November 26, 2019

What is paid time off like at Movable Ink?

Pros

• The company keeps raising the bar for talent... I'm amazed to see the talent that MI is able to attract from clients, partners, and leading tech companies like Microsoft, Salesforce, and more. The recruiting team is the best in the business. • Hardworking but flexible environment - yes, we're hardworking, but even during peak seasons, you know that the company cares about your health and wellbeing. Unlimited PTO, massage days, puppy parties, and an insane amount of in-office perks that make finding balance much easier. They also do a good job of letting you know that they appreciate your work and don't expect you to be happy just bc of available perks. • Scalable Growth - The company is conservative with decisions and spending, and the results show in the form of consistent growth in top talent, revenue, and the ability to invest in the business when needed (systems, processes, additional support for teams, etc.). NO rollercoasters of funding rounds --> hiring quickly --> layoffs... Movable Ink focuses on slow but steady growth. • Truly Family - I'm the first one to roll my eyes when I see people saying this at other companies, but "teamwork" and "empathy" are demonstrated daily at Movable Ink... formal mentorships, active D&I and "Movable Pink" groups, and the fact that everyone is open to helping you succeed. Some mention that there are "cliques" but I've found that often people have worked together for 4-6+ years at MI... it's often not cliques, it's just a natural closeness and understanding, and they're willing to get to know you if you try to get to know them. • Opportunity for Growth - I'm constantly being asked "What's next?" The team really cares about promoting you, and if you have a bit of grit, you can go extremely far. I also appreciate that they have so many opportunities to move into different teams or departments if you want to explore a different part of the business. This is only getting better as we invest more in L&D, Career Mapping, and overall training. • Clients - Outstanding client list & opportunity to work w/ the worlds largest and best brands. Who wouldn't want to put these brands on their resume? And even better, often our best clients come to work for us or bring us with them to company after company. "Experience with Movable Ink" has become somewhat of a core competency on email marketing JDs.

Cons

• Supporting Management - Would be great to have some systems & processes to help managers implement the new management training into their daily role. Training isn't enough.

Advice to Management

Please consider matching 401K in the future.

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November 26, 2019

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