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January 23, 2020

What is health insurance like at Niche.com?

Pros

- Amazing coworkers. Some of the best coworkers I've ever had. - Good healthcare and benefits

Cons

- C-suite is not well trained in management. Poor leadership and lack of professionalism. - Witnessed people burning out or on the verge. - Lots of women left the company due to lack of opportunity or management. Major loss of talent and hit to morale. - Diversity is not highly valued and it shows in the biased product.

Advice to Management

Respond with real change instead of ignoring these issues.

- Good healthcare and benefits

January 23, 2020

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November 21, 2019

How are senior leaders perceived at Niche.com?

Pros

Outside of those in the highest levels of leadership, every employee I worked with at Niche was incredibly supportive and affirming. The projects and people were interesting and engaging. The compensation and benefits were very competitive.

Cons

There are some very serious leadership issues with the CEO, COO and CTO at Niche. I highly recommend that any serious professional (especially if you are a woman) who values healthy leadership, autonomy, respect and creative freedom to look elsewhere for employment. The pervasive leadership issues in this culture are deeply seeded and have been occurring for many years and they are nowhere near closer to solving, or even acknowledging, the very big problems in the organization.

Advice to Management

Listen to your exit interviewers. The feedback you receive from employees that are on their way out the door is the only unfiltered and seemingly safe place to voice your opinions or issues within this place.

There are some very serious leadership issues with the CEO, COO and CTO at Niche.

November 21, 2019

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January 23, 2020

How is management perceived at Niche.com?

Pros

- Amazing coworkers. Some of the best coworkers I've ever had. - Good healthcare and benefits

Cons

- C-suite is not well trained in management. Poor leadership and lack of professionalism. - Witnessed people burning out or on the verge. - Lots of women left the company due to lack of opportunity or management. Major loss of talent and hit to morale. - Diversity is not highly valued and it shows in the biased product.

Advice to Management

Respond with real change instead of ignoring these issues.

- Lots of women left the company due to lack of opportunity or management.

January 23, 2020

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May 28, 2020

Is Niche.com a good company to work for?

Pros

From the top down Niche is an excellent company to work for. Everyone in Leadership truly cares about their employees from a professional to a personal level which has been clearly shown during the Covid-19 shutdowns. It has been very evident that employees health and well being is first and foremost when decisions are being made for the company. Every effort is made to reward employees for hard work and performance while being more than fair regarding expectations during these restrictive and complicated times. Everyone at the company is approachable, starting with the CEO and moving throughout the entire organization. Niche's partners matter as well and at the end of the day it makes you feel good about what you do and the company you work for.

Cons

The only Con that I have is that I started with Niche shortly before we all had to start working from home and I have not had the chance to really interact with all my colleagues, outside of virtual meetings, yet. Looking forward to being able to do that in the very near future.

Advice to Management

Keep doing things the way that you are because it works.

From the top down Niche is an excellent company to work for.

May 28, 2020

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November 7, 2019

What are co-workers like at Niche.com?

Pros

Supportive coworkers. Wonderful caring coworkers.

Cons

The CEO and CTO are driving women away from the company. 10 women resigned in the last 2 years. They went to other places for better positions and more money. The COO isn't helping either. They can't see it. It is the C-Suite that is the problem.

Advice to Management

This is C-Suite problem. Open your eyes, please, before it is too late.

Wonderful caring coworkers.

November 7, 2019

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