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What are perks and other benefits like at RichRelevance?

4 English reviews out of 4

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December 8, 2020

Pros

Great, hardworking colleagues on my team and throughout the company. Smart, good human beings who do their best to work collaboratively and get the job done. Despite being remote since March, everyone's really pulled together to stay connected with each other and focused on the right things. It's one of the few places I've worked where the company really lives its values. Products that have real world impact, especially during the COVID shutdowns when retail has had to rely much more heavily on their online channels. Good benefits and some creative perks. My favorite is the personalized bobbleheads everyone gets on their 1st anniversary.

Cons

We run lean. We could get even more done if we had a few more people.

Advice to Management

I like that people from all parts of the company get to present their work at Town Hall, not just the execs, and the weekly update we get from our CEO.

Good benefits and some creative perks.

December 8, 2020

Reviewed by: Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA (Current Employee)

September 5, 2019

Pros

Smart co-workers. You get to learn a lot from them. Many were let go during the massive lay-offs.

Cons

- Benefits: Industry offers better benefits. Benefits offered at Richrelevance are just meh. Insurance is expensive. No commuter benefits such as Uber / Lyft credits. Many startups at San Mateo offers better benefits. - Company culture: The culture is to hire and fire. For once I thought the current CEO has a good vision but he is worst than the previous one. CPO is the worst thing that has ever happen to this company. He brags about what he has achieved so far but when it comes to product and hiring, he made some terrible choices causing 50% engineering layoffs. - Product: Many customers are building their own recommendation system, thus leaving rich relevance. Though the company adopted some ML/DL models strategy, their big customers (more than 3 I know) have already implemented those before they could and were/are performing A/B testing to replace them asap. The company is in survival mode. Even if they get more funding, funds will exhaust and another round of layoffs will happen.

Advice to Management

To the board: you guys hoped the new CEO and CPO might revolutionize the whole company. In reality, it turned it into dark-side. Replace spineless CPO and product management team, if you want to increase the valuation of the company. please remove spineless CPO

Many startups at San Mateo offers better benefits.

September 5, 2019

Reviewed by: Software Engineer in San Francisco, CA (Former Employee)

September 5, 2019

Pros

Smart co-workers. You get to learn a lot from them. Many were let go during the massive lay-offs.

Cons

- Benefits: Industry offers better benefits. Benefits offered at Richrelevance are just meh. Insurance is expensive. No commuter benefits such as Uber / Lyft credits. Many startups at San Mateo offers better benefits. - Company culture: The culture is to hire and fire. For once I thought the current CEO has a good vision but he is worst than the previous one. CPO is the worst thing that has ever happen to this company. He brags about what he has achieved so far but when it comes to product and hiring, he made some terrible choices causing 50% engineering layoffs. - Product: Many customers are building their own recommendation system, thus leaving rich relevance. Though the company adopted some ML/DL models strategy, their big customers (more than 3 I know) have already implemented those before they could and were/are performing A/B testing to replace them asap. The company is in survival mode. Even if they get more funding, funds will exhaust and another round of layoffs will happen.

Advice to Management

To the board: you guys hoped the new CEO and CPO might revolutionize the whole company. In reality, it turned it into dark-side. Replace spineless CPO and product management team, if you want to increase the valuation of the company. please remove spineless CPO

Benefits: Industry offers better benefits.

September 5, 2019

Reviewed by: Software Engineer in San Francisco, CA (Former Employee)

September 5, 2019

Pros

Smart co-workers. You get to learn a lot from them. Many were let go during the massive lay-offs.

Cons

- Benefits: Industry offers better benefits. Benefits offered at Richrelevance are just meh. Insurance is expensive. No commuter benefits such as Uber / Lyft credits. Many startups at San Mateo offers better benefits. - Company culture: The culture is to hire and fire. For once I thought the current CEO has a good vision but he is worst than the previous one. CPO is the worst thing that has ever happen to this company. He brags about what he has achieved so far but when it comes to product and hiring, he made some terrible choices causing 50% engineering layoffs. - Product: Many customers are building their own recommendation system, thus leaving rich relevance. Though the company adopted some ML/DL models strategy, their big customers (more than 3 I know) have already implemented those before they could and were/are performing A/B testing to replace them asap. The company is in survival mode. Even if they get more funding, funds will exhaust and another round of layoffs will happen.

Advice to Management

To the board: you guys hoped the new CEO and CPO might revolutionize the whole company. In reality, it turned it into dark-side. Replace spineless CPO and product management team, if you want to increase the valuation of the company. please remove spineless CPO

Benefits offered at Richrelevance are just meh.

September 5, 2019

Reviewed by: Software Engineer in San Francisco, CA (Former Employee)

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