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Spotware Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what Spotware employees think about diversity and inclusion at the company, and if their workforce is comprised and supportive of individuals of varying gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion and other attributes.

Spotware has a diversity rating of 2.9.

All answers shown come directly from Spotware Reviews and are not edited or altered.

How is diversity at Spotware?

3 English reviews out of 3

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June 22, 2022

Pros

Some nice, highly qualified colleagues

Cons

Not a decent employer. Here’s why: Absolutely no stability; Policies are introduced and cancelled within a few weeks (work from home, expenses & claims, etc.) Employees are terminated on the spot without any notice or explanation. Sometimes right after they’ve relocated to Cyprus with their families. Salaries are increased/decreased without specific criteria or structure. No performance reviews either. There is no communication between the teams and management. Decisions are made and employees are often not informed of important changes. Serious issues with management behaviour. CEO has the emotional capacity of a toddler - can throw a tantrum at any given moment, yell at you and insult you. Management considers daily insults in an open space, or even in writing a decent management tool. HR: crazy turnover there, nobody seems to cope with management. There’s a new team every couple of years. Note that confidentiality is not respected in any way. Any benefits other than salary are viewed as ridiculous and pointless. No 13th salary, no expense policy or any benefits that similar companies offer. Salaries are not competitive either. No diversity at all - almost all employees are male, aged 25-40 and come from Russia, Ukraine and Belarus. Women and candidates from other countries are considered “lower quality” and locals are mainly for admin work. Sexism (and even harassment) is not addressed in any way. An entire wall of the office is “decorated” with photos of naked models and has been there for years, despite several complaints made. Old furniture, torn couches, dirty toilets and a teeny tiny kitchen for about 80 people. Low air quality (employees even brought their co2 detectors to confirm this). No company culture, very few events, no learning & development initiatives and lots of sour faces. Overall, not the best option for an employer - if you’re coming to Cyprus, there are far better choices.

Advice to Management

You’ve received so much advice from employees over the years and you’ve lost so many good people, but you’re just not open to it. Inflexibility and lack of trust to the people that YOU choose to employ is what stops you from being a quality employer.

No diversity at all

June 22, 2022

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Anonymous Employee)

April 1, 2022

Pros

no any pros at all

Cons

- russian management with all related approaches to business - you can get a penalty if you drink coffee in the kitchen during working hours - CEO smoke in the office - CEO rejects all activity related to people's mental health and good atmosphere in the office - CEO hires employees to c-level positions on nepotism - micromanagement - photos of naked women around the office - no performance review. they will raise your salary only if you come with an offer from another company - low salary rates - company fired some ppl from Ukraine in March 2022 with no reason explanation - if you are a woman - you will always feel emotional and sexual harassment from the management side - everyone speaks Russian. Not a good choice if you want to work in English speaking environment - no diversity at all!

you will always feel emotional and sexual harassment from the management side

April 1, 2022

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Anonymous Employee)

April 1, 2022

Pros

no any pros at all

Cons

- russian management with all related approaches to business - you can get a penalty if you drink coffee in the kitchen during working hours - CEO smoke in the office - CEO rejects all activity related to people's mental health and good atmosphere in the office - CEO hires employees to c-level positions on nepotism - micromanagement - photos of naked women around the office - no performance review. they will raise your salary only if you come with an offer from another company - low salary rates - company fired some ppl from Ukraine in March 2022 with no reason explanation - if you are a woman - you will always feel emotional and sexual harassment from the management side - everyone speaks Russian. Not a good choice if you want to work in English speaking environment - no diversity at all!

no diversity at all!

April 1, 2022

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Anonymous Employee)

3 English reviews out of 3