- 5.0Feb 7, 2022Success ArchitectCurrent EmployeeSan Francisco, CA
I've finally found the best of all worlds ... amazing Product that is wildly powerful via configuration, incredible team who is smart, driven and embodies the "Whatever It Takes" motto, fantastic leadership with both years upon years of experience but are super relatable to every single person in the company regardless of work background or how long you've been in the workforce. All in all this company is a literal rocket ship and I've never been more excited to be a part of a team like this!
Currently the only con is it is hard to keep up with the influx of new people but our onboarding was both better than any other company I've been a part of and has now become a major focus for continuing to help scale properly and effectively.
- 5.0Aug 21, 2023MarketingCurrent Employee, more than 1 year
The people are what makes Qualified what it is. We are united under very transparent goals that are shared readily at a bi-weekly All Hands. The organization follows the V2MOM methodology, so prioritizing programs and projects is relatively 'easy' in a hyperfast environment. The work is hard, but employees have the opportunity to be impactful on the business. I've worked at companies large and small, and I am extremely motivated and fulfilled by the team and opportunity at Qualified.
There are growing pains that have felt magnified by the current tech recession. The workload is heavy, but we're a small team trying to accomplish big goals.1
- 5.0Aug 3, 2023SalesCurrent Employee, less than 1 year
- Number one are the people who work at Qualified and the camaraderie. There are so many talented, ambitious people who have many talents and experience from different backgrounds. You learn from each other. I have also never worked at a place where sales is supported from every department and it's easy to leverage the executive team to talk to prospects and customers. - The transparency of the company strategy and direction is built into an all hands called every 2 weeks to keep us aligned. If you pay attention, you can learn quite a bunch around how to build a startup and ask questions to understand, challenge, and learn more. - I am very numbers and data driven, so I appreciate the operational efficiency that is driven in leadership. Measure, assess, improve, measure, assess, improve. The constant usage of dashboards and iteration makes me comforted we are not taking our eye off the ball.
- It's a startup, so their is an expectation to work hard to win. Work life balance is a tough thing. - A culture of performance where you are thrown in the deep end and expected to rise to the challenge. Sometimes this is a good and bad thing, but we need the proper enablement to do well in the role. - Travel & Expenses are non existent - so it makes it hard to see and collaborate with other employees. The benefits could be better.2