- Current Employee, less than 1 year★★★★★
Awesome Company, Awesome People, Awesome CultureMar 30, 2022 - Senior Product ManagerRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Great culture, Great compensation and perks, Great people, Great growth opportunity, well-structured processes and frameworks and awesome work life balance. Lot of new processes with strategic alignment really drives the company in the right direction.
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- Former Employee★★★★★Nov 15, 2022 - Tax Manager in New York, NYRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Bright, hardworking teams that really care about the products and customers
So much work. So much.
- Current Employee, more than 3 years★★★★★Nov 15, 2022 - EngineerRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Excellent learning experience, you're writing code to serve other developers, so you run into a lot of really interesting problems that can really help you in your career. The people are awesome, there's really a cohesive culture here. The tech stack is (at the time of this writing) the industry standard, so you will be able to move around easily after your tenure here. Management will support your professional growth, you can opt to go to conventions, speak at conferences... etc. They are remote first, (and always have been). Most teams have a robust process for SDLC, which is great for getting a lot of input and feedback from your team and others in the org.
The comp isn't there for companies of this size. If you were there pre-IPO, you were set up pretty well. If you started post-IPO the stock grants are pretty pitiful. They don't have a contingency plan for retaining employees past their four year mark. They removed a 2.5 yr refresh a few years ago in favor of performance based refreshes, and those have been pretty small. WLB used to be excellent, but they recently removed recharge days off that were universally popular. Leadership tends to switch positions pretty quickly and isn't very transparent on their decision making process when it suits them. AUA's have gone from having legitimate critiques inspiring real change at the company to leadership defending their positions.