- 1.0Jul 3, 2023Product ManagerFormer Employee, less than 1 yearAustin, TX
Some of the employees are nice people.
I was a part of the product team there so keep that in mind. - mediocre salary with the expectation to work 10+ hours a day. The head of product (CPO) would meet with me at 5pm and wanted something done for the next morning .... one of the most egotistical people that you'll meet and he has absolutely no idea how to manage people - micromanaged everybody and was not afraid to be straight up disrespectful to you (this did not only happen to me). Also, the only opinion he valued was his own. There was no collaboration. - The founder painted this image before I joined that everyone is a family and that everyone is just one big happy team. Far from the truth. I saw people come and go in the 3 months that I worked there. like I said, they hire to fire based on their short term needs. - I was let go right before my upcoming PTO (no coincidence) without any warnings or any signs of under performance.2
- 5.0Jul 25, 2023Head of MarketingCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearPortland, ME
It's still small enough that most folks are wearing a lot of hats. I enjoy that type of work environment. Small enough where we can get stuff done without too much bureaucratic barriers. But established enough as a company and a platform that we are selling a great product and the company does provide benefits etc.
Some could see the start up nature / size of the company as a con. Not everyone thrives in a smaller environment.
- 1.0Jan 4, 2023DesignerFormer Employee, less than 1 year
Remote work, flexible hours, cool product.
the CEO, the management, the lack of support, the fake "speak your mind" culture I got a call a day before my first day saying my, whom would have been, boss "left the company" and this may "make my onboarding a little more challenging but I should be able to handle it." I had to onboard myself, with no boss, no team, zero support doing two projects I was told I would have the time to learn the programs. Instead, I was told to I was working too slow and when asked how I felt about everything, I was told "that's just the startup culture." Devin is also very sneaky. Being the "supportive CEO" he tries to be, set up a 1-1 w me as a 30-day checkin during which he made it seems it was okay to be open. So expressed my struggles with the lack of support and onboarding. The next day I get a (very rude) phone call saying this is not a good fit and I do not fit the startup speed.9