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RichRelevance has a culture and values rating of 3.6.

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September 5, 2019

What is the company culture at RichRelevance?

Pros

Some good people who care. Some of the executives also seem to care. Tons of flexibility with work from home, flexible hours, PTO, etc. The company IS the leader in the personalization space.

Cons

Product is languishing and not good. It's become very difficult to sell it. The personalization space is commoditized. Deal size is pretty small (ask about it) Non-existent culture, and the company does not care about building one (there's no money anyways) Lack of transparency and flat-out untrue information from the CEO. Nastiness can occur within some teams and with some people who are not pleasant. As the other review says, the CFO is the real boss, and he's a brutal guy. Massive lay-offs occur every 1-2 years, more recently earlier this year, with no previous notice and minimal severance (40-50 people gone) Penny-pinching is the name of the game (you will be questioned on expenses) In general, the company is going nowhere pretty fast.

Advice to Management

Be truthful. Let people know how the company is truly doing, and where it's really going. Consider not letting the CFO run the show. And, lastly: sell the company. It had a good run, but it's over.

Tons of flexibility with work from home, flexible hours, PTO, etc.

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