- San Diego, CA
- 51 to 200 Employees
- 1 Location
- Type: Company - Private
- Founded in 2013
- Revenue: Unknown / Non-Applicable
- Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
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Being a woman in tech, I only recently started advocating for myself at work about advancement opportunities. Because of this I wanted to ask this question to my male counterparts. When you have 1:1's with your direct reports and talk about career growth / aspirations what is your managers’ response typically? I’d like to gauge how my experience (negative) differs from others. For instance are you met with blockades, enthusiasm, dread, etc?
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The Culture/People - I love the team I am on and I enjoy working with 98% of the people I have encountered. Although I must admit, unlike a lot of the negative reviews, I am not on the product side of things. I may have lucked out with the team I am on, the leadership I engage with, and the people I get to work with. However, I also did my due diligence during the interview process and I made sure these were people I actually wanted to work with. Speaking of, the interview process was smooth and all the answers I received were honest and held water. There was a brief stint where I moved to a new team and I thought about quitting because the work did not align with my desires or career goals, but thankfully that time was short and I was spontaneously moved to a team that was better for me. However I honestly feel that if that didn't occur and I brought up my concerns with my manager, that he would have done something for me to make me happier. Although there were recent layoffs (which probably could have been handled better) and there are currently big changes underway, I think they are for the better and that the company is headed in a direction towards maturity. Also the CRO mentioned in a lot of the negative reviews was let go because he did not vibe with the culture. The company and management earnestly ask for feedback! You just have to take the time to give it. The most important thing to me though is that despite being an individual contributor, I feel I have a say in what is important for both my team and organization and that I can make a positive impact in a number of areas. Remote Work - I love working remotely! I do not think I could ever go back into the office nor would I want to. This may be a con for other people, but I like not having to physically be around people daily. So far working remotely has not negatively impacted my team's collaboration or ability to be successful. Personally, I am less distracted so I can focus better and get more done. There are social Slack channels, in person meet up events (depending on your location), and quarterly checkin groups that give plenty of options for socialization in a remote work place. Also Measurabl gives you $800 to set up your office when you first get hired, a $100 a year stipend for office upkeep after that, and they give you $100 for internet reimbursement each month. Unlimited PTO - this is awesome and it is very important to use it. Unlimited PTO and remote work were the two must-have benefits when I was looking for a job. As long as you give your team/manager enough notice and transition or close out your work, then you should never have a problem taking a longer period of time off. Additionally the company is very understanding about mental health and supportive of taking mental health days off as needed. It is up to you to actually do it though! Unlike my last company, I do not see people working while they are on vacation which is refreshing. 401k Matching - I have never worked at a place that did 401k matching. This is a nice benefit! It gives you some extra money even if it is not super liquid in the short term. As far as I am aware, there is no vesting period for the matching either! Health Insurance - they have a variety of different plans to meet your needs. I pay a $0 premium a month and I feel that I have quality health insurance. I had better at my last company, but their coverage was nuts and I did not expect to ever get anything like it again after I left. Solid Pay - I make as much as I did working in San Francisco, but with half the cost of living since I work remote and can be anywhere. As long as you perform well, you get an annual pay bump as well!
Stock Options - the amount of stock options granted to employees is incredibly low. I received 7% of what my last company gave me! Thankfully stock options were not high on my list of must haves when looking for a job this time around. To be frank, I am surprised with how little Director levels even get (20% of what VP's get and 6% of what executives get). In the end having less options makes it easier to exercise a substantial portion (if you want to), still I would enjoy being literally more invested in the company. I think it would help retain top talent lower in the chain of command. It would also give employees more of a carrot when dealing with all the large changes and while attempting to accomplish the ambitious 3 year goals set out. The CEO talks about how hot and important a sector Measurabl is a part of. It would only make sense that everyone in this small of a company gets to benefit more from it. Change - if you can't deal with change then this might not be the place for you. I have experienced large amounts of change at every one of my jobs and at companies of all sizes. So it is nothing new to me and I embrace it. Promotion - they are making strides in this area since I first joined. There wasn't much documentation or process surrounding this previously, but they are putting together more concrete guides and paths toward promotions. I think it could be fleshed out more and made more descriptive for certain job titles. However it is still more than most of the companies I have worked at.
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Measurabl (Delray Beach, FL) in May 2023
InterviewInterviewing with Measurabl was truly a professional, transparent experience focused on the candidate. Melissa Hefferman was exceptional and provided outstanding communication, feedback and updates throughout the interview process. I was also very appreciative of having the second round interview, structured around my questions versus the alternative.Interview
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Measurabl Awards & Accolades
- 2017 SDVG Cool Companies, San Diego Venture Group, 2017
- Most Innovative Product Finalist, CONNECT, 2016
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