- Paris, France
- 501 to 1000 Employees
- 3 Locations
- Type: Company - Private
- Founded in 1999
- Revenue: $25 to $100 million (USD)
- Internet & Web Services
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So I recently got an offer at Tiktok but I’m not actually interested in joining due to their poor WLB. TC is currently 30% higher than what I make. Can I share this with my manager and ask for a counter offer? Counter offer seems pretty common at our company, but they don’t necessarily match the bump exactly, which is fine. Is there a chance that he is taken aback that I’ve been interviewing during work time and kicks me out? Don’t want to take the risk of actually accepting Tiktok…
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Over the past 8 to 10 months, Scaleway has undergone a drastic and disheartening transformation. What was once a company with a positive atmosphere, remote work flexibility, and satisfied employees has now devolved into a grim situation. Following the introduction of the new CEO Damien Lucas and leadership direction, numerous key team members were ousted, accompanied by a distressing wave of "layoffs", disguised terminations, demotions, and even mental health-related absences. Gone are the days of enjoyable perks and team activities – they're now relics of a bygone era. The company's sole focus seems to be on profit generation, at the expense of employee well-being. This shift is evident in the lack of raises for most of us this year, despite the company's investments in new machinery. The new CEO and new Chief People Officer's blatant disregard for the importance of keeping employees content and motivated is apparent. As a result, the quality of our work has plummeted, and a considerable portion of our team is actively seeking an exit. The prevailing sentiment now centers around waiting for the company's downfall, which appears to be on the horizon, much to our anticipation. In summary, Scaleway's recent changes have bred an environment of misery, with a blatant prioritization of profit over employee satisfaction. The company's downward spiral is palpable, as talented employees seek refuge elsewhere, waiting for the impending downfall.
- Anonymous Employee in ParisAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
Interview4 interviews including HR, was quite seamless with a presentation and case study. First HR interview is basic, second was with hiring manager, third with the presentation to the greater team, and fourth with HR again to say I got the role. 4th can be an email essentially.Interview
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Scaleway Awards & Accolades
- Most beautiful French Tech office, Forbes, 2020
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...The benefits offered, such as a MacBook for work, the swile card, and daily coffee at the office, are commendable....
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Employees rate Scaleway 2.9 out of 5 stars based on 146 anonymous reviews on Glassdoor.
Overall, 40% of employees would recommend working at Scaleway to a friend. This is based on 146 anonymously submitted reviews on Glassdoor.
88% of job seekers rate their interview experience at Scaleway as positive. Candidates give an average difficulty score of 2.9 out of 5 (where 5 is the highest level of difficulty) for their job interview at Scaleway.
29% of employees think that Scaleway has a positive business outlook. This is based on anonymous employee reviews submitted on Glassdoor.