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CD PROJEKT RED Managing Director  Adam Badowski
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  • "It is definitely great for people who search to do creative things on their daily job.(in 31 reviews)
  • "good project great team best art(in 10 reviews)
  • "Good benefits if you are a Polish resident/citizen.(in 10 reviews)
  • "Awesome coworkers(in 6 reviews)
  • "Friendly atmosphere(in 5 reviews)

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    1. 4.0
      Sep 21, 2017
      Anonymous Employee
      Current Employee, more than 1 year
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook


      I can agree with only few of the negative reviews placed on this portal and in most cases they are highly exaggerated and subjective. - Management cares for its employees and seeks for the top talents in entire world. - We are working on amazing project, building a spectacular piece of art. - There are many benefits from company like Multi Sport card or private Health Care. - Crunch hours are being highly rewarded and planned along with developers so if someone doesn't want to stay extra hours he does not need to. - HR Team takes care of us being well integrated, there are many events sponsored by company. - Standard of the office (especially in Kraków studio) is very high which improves the work comfort. - People that you work with respect your opinions and treat you well no matter of your level of experience, gender or age. - Our work is being appreciated by supervisors. - Salaries are decent for polish standards.


      - Directors take too much on their shoulders. It slows down the workflows. - Your career depends a lot on your charisma. - Some people like to complain just for sport and spread rumors which shouldn't be accepted by higher management since it affects team spirit.

      1. 2.0
        Dec 18, 2020
        Current Employee, less than 1 year
        CEO Approval
        Business Outlook


        - Friendly staff, good banter, work can be shifted between people respectfully - Paid holidays - Management crunched with staff and 'tried' to motivate people - Work benefits e.g Cafeteria, gym, social events all A++


        - Miss-managed workload. A lot is expected of you and sometimes it can be severely jarring because the written code is not traceable. A lot of code is from ex-employees that didn't really track and record what they were doing properly. - Cleaning up after others - Misunderstanding of what the IP and direction are. Constant whim decisions, one to two people in high positions dictate too heavily on strange and absurd decisions. E.g micro-focus on certain game assets and less care for others. - Pay doesn't seem worth the amount of performance that is demanded of you. It feels like a bad trade-off, especially during crunch. - Some people informed on changes others not even told and have to find out from peers. - work environment can go from organized and understanding the goal to absolute chaos within a week. Too many frequent vision changes and very challenging to completely relapse on what you were originally doing.

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