- 5.0Jun 12, 2022Senior Account ExecutiveCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsSacramento, CA
The culture is unparalleled. You will have more opportunities for personal and professional growth than anywhere else. Leadership genuinely cares about each individual employee.
It's a startup (not really a con) so you have to be able to work through occasional growing pains.
- 5.0Oct 3, 2023Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
People are brilliant! We are working in a space that has unlimited potential and have a team in place that is going to take us to the next level. Working for GRIN is a once in a lifetime opportunity to be a part of something that is game changing for the sector and the world of business.
Lots of changes this year, but they were necessary to set us up for longer-term success.1GRIN Response2mo
Thank you for taking the time to write a review of your time at GRIN. Being at the forefront of Creator Management, we know things will always be evolving - which is both challenging and exciting for where we are going. We’re glad you’re here and if you’re interested in sharing more feedback or setting up time to talk, you can email me directly at PeopleVP@grin.co
- 1.0Oct 4, 2023Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 3 years
- I loved my direct coworkers and manager. - People will work hard and try to take pride in what they do. - When jobs aren't at risk you feel like you can exceed and succeed.
I didn't plan on writing a review of my dismissal, but in response to a review that claimed, "it's not a layoff, it's a totally unrelated restructure," it's actually laughable, so here I am writing. At this point, layoffs at Grin are so common that no one will take you back. Management will throw you out if they think it will make them look good. Interpersonal connections will start to deteriorate as everyone defends their own corner. Hostile behavior between departments is common, and the offending people aren't let go or reprimanded in any significant way. They are deemed too important, so they are allowed to do as they please. If you aren't on their team, you will face abuse, and it won't even be subtle or passive-aggressive. As for my previous statement, the leadership is delusional. They put a spin on everything, and I'm not sure why. They try to preach radical candor but lie to their own employees and spin bad situations. They also continually change how the company operates, assuming new processes will save its reputation. They even attempted to gaslight customers into thinking the removal of a highly desired feature was a GOOD THING FOR THEM. Salaries are far below standard in most departments. The preached culture and values are a complete joke. Some people are capable of blatantly disregarding them and remain unaffected because they are considered "too important." There is no leadership diversity at all; it's essentially a white boys' club, all from the same demographic.30GRIN Response2mo
Thank you for taking the time to show your care and concern for GRIN - feedback is something I take seriously, and my responses are not intended to inflame but to acknowledge the honest feedback shared by current and former GRINNERS as a new member of leadership. We are working every day to give GRINNERS what they need to bring their best to work everyday, while acknowledging that the past year has had a lot of change and all the work we're doing to build our shared future will look different than the way we've done things before. As we are actively changing the structure of part of the organization, this most recent round of departures was driven by different factors than the layoffs, and I understand and accept your frustration with your personal outcome. If you'd like to share more with me directly, I'm listening - you can email me directly at PeopleVP@grin.co