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Payfazz Senior Leadership FAQ

Read what Payfazz employees think about senior leadership and the CEO at the company.

Payfazz has a Senior Management rating of 3.4.

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How are senior leaders perceived at Payfazz?

4 English reviews out of 4

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September 27, 2021

Pros

Flexible WFH policy during and after pandemic

Cons

- No clear career path, no promotion guidelines, hiring from outside for an upper management open position (but the newly hired's performance just so-so or disappointing). - Too many rapid changes in company's roadmap.

Advice to Management

Should treat Employees as Asset

No clear career path, no promotion guidelines, hiring from outside for an upper management open position (but the newly hired's performance just so

September 27, 2021

Reviewed by: Product Manager in Jakarta (Current Employee)

December 31, 2021

Pros

- Great and solid co-workers (at least to my experience in my team) - Chill working environment (pre-covid) - Flexible working hours (no strict daily office check-in/check-out which is nice, just make sure you bring contributions to your team with agreed timeline and maintain a transparent communication) - Plenty of room for self-growth - Competitive salary (compared to other similar competitors as a startup) Rather depends on your team, my advice is to try to blend in for a few months and see how it plays out.

Cons

- If you're an engineer, brace yourself. Prepare for a lot of switching if your current product you're working on doesn't perform or failing - Employee performance and salary review system are rather unstable and lack of maintenance (good luck tracking your yearly contributions to justify your career growth or salary increase if the current HR or current Head of your division resigns) TL;DR it's a joke - Not much interactions and engagement from the upper management (compared to other companies to my research, they focuses too much on the big picture and tend to neglect their employees) - Kinda lack of transparency to address the main issue the company are facing (at least they are now taken the effort to address it properly, but we'll see how it goes) - Office politics are rather concerning (once you get into the deeper iceberg)

Advice to Management

- Improve the employee and salary review system (please) - Be more open to feedbacks and more transparent to your employees, offers clear action instead of empty promises (which is the reason why there are so many gossips in the first place) - The companies core value are slowly disintegrating - Start treating your employee as assets instead of cut-and-replace - Lately, the turnover rates are rather concerning (go figure why) Prepare to see more reviews like these in the future if the company doesn't change

Not much interactions and engagement from the upper management (compared to other companies to my research, they focuses too much on the big picture and tend to neglect their employees)

December 31, 2021

Reviewed by: Software Engineer in Jakarta (Current Employee)

December 31, 2021

Pros

- Great and solid co-workers (at least to my experience in my team) - Chill working environment (pre-covid) - Flexible working hours (no strict daily office check-in/check-out which is nice, just make sure you bring contributions to your team with agreed timeline and maintain a transparent communication) - Plenty of room for self-growth - Competitive salary (compared to other similar competitors as a startup) Rather depends on your team, my advice is to try to blend in for a few months and see how it plays out.

Cons

- If you're an engineer, brace yourself. Prepare for a lot of switching if your current product you're working on doesn't perform or failing - Employee performance and salary review system are rather unstable and lack of maintenance (good luck tracking your yearly contributions to justify your career growth or salary increase if the current HR or current Head of your division resigns) TL;DR it's a joke - Not much interactions and engagement from the upper management (compared to other companies to my research, they focuses too much on the big picture and tend to neglect their employees) - Kinda lack of transparency to address the main issue the company are facing (at least they are now taken the effort to address it properly, but we'll see how it goes) - Office politics are rather concerning (once you get into the deeper iceberg)

Advice to Management

- Improve the employee and salary review system (please) - Be more open to feedbacks and more transparent to your employees, offers clear action instead of empty promises (which is the reason why there are so many gossips in the first place) - The companies core value are slowly disintegrating - Start treating your employee as assets instead of cut-and-replace - Lately, the turnover rates are rather concerning (go figure why) Prepare to see more reviews like these in the future if the company doesn't change

Office politics are rather concerning (once you get into the deeper iceberg)

December 31, 2021

Reviewed by: Software Engineer in Jakarta (Current Employee)

May 24, 2022

Pros

good salary for a fintech company

Cons

working culture marketing team to close to founder.

Advice to Management

take a good compliance and risk culture

marketing team to close to founder.

May 24, 2022

Reviewed by: Spv (Current Employee)

4 English reviews out of 4