- 5.0Nov 11, 2021DirectorCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsBoston, MA
I've been growing my career at Hubspot for over two years and am still challenged to be my best every day. There are 3 things that really set Hubspot apart (1) Fantastic management team that puts people - both customers and employees - first. Empathy is a core Hubspot value and the leadership team truly walks the walk. Especially during COVID, all decisions have prioritized employee and customer wellbeing, and I feel so grateful to be in such a supportive work environment. (2) World-class place to learn. Hubspot is a fast-growing leader in the SaaS space and therefore has almost endless opportunities to learn and take on new responsibility. Further, leadership has invested heavily in formal training programs to upskill employees in oth technical skills and leadership. (3) Openness to new ideas and perspectives. Even though Hubspot is a sizeable public company, it still has the nimbleness of a startup. If you have a way to do something better, people will listen and you will be given the autonomy to create change. Such a breath of fresh air coming from larger, more hierarchical organizations.
Because Hubspot is scaling fast, sometimes things feel like they are moving at the speed of light. You have to be a dynamic and flexible person to thrive in this environment.HubSpot Response2y
Thank you so much for making the time to write such an insightful review, and for being a director with HubSpot, I like how you specifically call out how we are scaling with a level of autonomy, the investment we make in our people, and the speed at which we operate. Appreciate you, thanks for all you do! -Katie
- 5.0Nov 17, 2023Principal Business AnalystCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsNew York, NY
HubSpot is the best company I've ever worked for, hands down. They're transparent in their communication, flexible in their working time and time off, and generous in their compensation. But, above all, you get to work with smart, talented people every day who genuinely enjoy their jobs. Plus, I have full confidence in the company's future success.
Unlimited PTO can sometimes be difficult to navigate. Because it's been marketed as a benefit, I have used it to its full extent—and most people do! But I've also received push back from managers when "it might not be a good time to go on vacation." FWIW, I would prefer a company policy that strictly outlines the number of vacation days we can use, but HubSpot still—on average—navigates these situations well.