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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 Redis.

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26 English questions out of 26

October 14, 2019

What are perks and other benefits like at Redis?

Pros

Company has a great outlook, generally good place to work. Good work/life balance, good benefits, leadership cares and generally nice people. Also whoever wrote that stay away from marketing review is clearly bitter because they were bad at their job. The mass exodus they are referring to... people who are lazy/complacent leaving because they were in a cushy position with previous leadership. Now they're being asked to actually think, do some work and they are being held responsible for actually providing leads to Sales instead of faking numbers.

Cons

There are still some hard parts. It's a start up so things are still being figured out, there are still bumps and there are a lot of new faces, which means there's a lot of onboarding that still needs to happen... and the onboaring process isn't great.

Advice to Management

Give a little more direction to what people should be working towards. It would help the new faces too.

Good work/life balance, good benefits, leadership cares and generally nice people.

October 14, 2019

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September 21, 2021

Does Redis offer unlimited time off?

Pros

Clear communication from leadership; strong, market-leading product; good team cohesion and knowledge sharing; excellent time off and benefits; international teams

Cons

Standard growing pains of a midsize company on the path of high growth; some miscommunication between ords

leading product; good team cohesion and knowledge sharing; excellent time off and benefits; international teams

September 21, 2021

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September 21, 2021

What is paid time off like at Redis?

Pros

Clear communication from leadership; strong, market-leading product; good team cohesion and knowledge sharing; excellent time off and benefits; international teams

Cons

Standard growing pains of a midsize company on the path of high growth; some miscommunication between ords

leading product; good team cohesion and knowledge sharing; excellent time off and benefits; international teams

September 21, 2021

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October 14, 2019

How are senior leaders perceived at Redis?

Pros

Company has a great outlook, generally good place to work. Good work/life balance, good benefits, leadership cares and generally nice people. Also whoever wrote that stay away from marketing review is clearly bitter because they were bad at their job. The mass exodus they are referring to... people who are lazy/complacent leaving because they were in a cushy position with previous leadership. Now they're being asked to actually think, do some work and they are being held responsible for actually providing leads to Sales instead of faking numbers.

Cons

There are still some hard parts. It's a start up so things are still being figured out, there are still bumps and there are a lot of new faces, which means there's a lot of onboarding that still needs to happen... and the onboaring process isn't great.

Advice to Management

Give a little more direction to what people should be working towards. It would help the new faces too.

Good work/life balance, good benefits, leadership cares and generally nice people.

October 14, 2019

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November 8, 2019

What are some insights into the strategy or vision at Redis?

Pros

Excellent product that is very well received by our audience. Excellent customer list. One of the most talented group of engineers and sales personnel I've been part of. Company valiantly strives to be fun for employees. Majority of executive leadership is reasonable, experienced, and friendly.

Cons

Open floor plan is distracting. New marketing leadership team is combative and unstructured. There's not direction or cohesion, but rather politics, posturing and terrible morale - perhaps as a result of the constant team turnover. It would appear that neither of the two CMOs Redis Labs has hired know how to build and retain teams. Their miracle solution of ABM has been anything but, and results are nowhere in sight. Career prospects are limited. Rude, aggressive personalities are not censured for their outbursts. HR leaders are passive at best. Benefits could be improved.

Advice to Management

Do better due diligence when replacing executives. Conduct routine quarterly check-ins to ensure new executives are meeting expectations. Determine how best to deal with rude, aggressive personalities within the offices, as productivity is waning and attrition in one department is triple any of the other departments.

Excellent customer list.

November 8, 2019

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