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Updated Sep 22, 2022

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Crimson Interactive  CEO Sharad Mittal
Sharad Mittal
165 Ratings

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Consultants of Fishbowl, I'm 31 and have ~$2m. No kids, student loans, etc... I'm also getting CTL'd. If you were in my position, would you scramble to get a new position or retire early?

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Pros
  • "Good salary(in 17 reviews)
  • "A good work culture(in 14 reviews)
  • "All the managers are approachable and open to your opinions.(in 13 reviews)
  • "Great culture to motivate each employee to contribute to the overall success of the company and the personal success of the people.(in 12 reviews)
  • "1) Good colleagues: Made very good friends for life(in 11 reviews)
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  1. 5.0
    Former Employee, more than 1 year

    Detail-oriented Controller Providing Flawless Financial Reporting in Manufacturing Sector

    Aug 2, 2020 - Accountant/Assistant Controller in Wynberg, Gauteng
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    Pros

    I can learn new areas of the business and keep evolving in my job without having to figure out a new organization Because management knows me and my reputation, I can take on new challenges more quickly than I could at a new company I get to see initiatives I’ve worked on continue to grow and contribute to the company’s success I’m growing my network within the company, making me better and more efficient at addressing customer questions or business challenges I’ve created a bond with the people I work with, both as co-workers and as friends I’ve developed broader and deeper influence across the organization I have a stronger connection to my company’s core values and beliefs My long-term experience with my company’s past gives me insight to help shape its future

    Cons

    I may get too comfortable and stop pushing myself I may not be able to fulfill my career goals at this company I may miss out on advancement opportunities and a higher salary I may fall behind in industry knowledge and technical advancements I may limit my experience to one industry/niche or one way of doing business I may get used to working in one specific environment and not be able to adapt

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  2. 4.0