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- "Benefits were great but not sure how long they'll be around for" (in 105 reviews)
- "I enjoyed the people I worked with and the products were great." (in 100 reviews)
- "Great culture and values." (in 95 reviews)
- "Flexible with unlimited PTO including 2 company shut down weeks and encouragement to take a week off in quarters where there isn’t a company break." (in 71 reviews)
- "Work/life balance has been and still is great in my role/s." (in 40 reviews)
- "2nd round of layoffs with no communication to anyone within the org" (in 39 reviews)
- "Managers who value spam numbers over outcome are not leaders by any means and are indeed micromanagers." (in 20 reviews)
- "Management laid off 400 people 13 days before Christmas and are actively hiring in India." (in 19 reviews)
- "Poor communication and a lot of mixed messaging specifically in EMEA" (in 14 reviews)
- "lack of diversity" (in 8 reviews)
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- 5.0FEATURED REVIEWFeb 27, 2023Graphic DesignerCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearLas Vegas, NV
Amazing culture and community. I am part of an incredibly talented design team who make coming to work every day an absolute joy! They offer pretty competitive pay +benefits packages and have cultivated a community of respect and good will. Working at Pluralsight I do not feel like just a number on a spreadsheet, I feel like a seen and appreciated member of a team. I also appreciate how much they encourage our personal development through supporting and encouraging skill development and professional growth. I look forward to the years to come being a part of this team!
I really don't have any cons. There are some silos within the company. However, upper management are very aware of it and are working on shifting this to get more collaboration and connection between the individual teams.
- 5.0May 8, 2023Senior Recruiter/Account ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearSalt Lake City, UT
Work life balance 401k match Benefits
No equity or stock options
- 5.0Nov 29, 2023Senior Software EngineerCurrent Employee, less than 1 year
A lot of thought was put into the architecture of the product that I'm working on. My team does all pair programming. Work-life balance is important to the entire team Unlimited vacation policy - vacation time is encouraged. My team has an architect who dedicates 1/2 of his time to my team, and we have another architect who has been very available to meet with. I've worked some places where there either is no architect, they are so busy you never see them, or they have been architecting so long that they forget how to really develop anything. I love my team. Everyone is super friendly and helpful.
My team spans 4 timezones from Eastern to Pacific. That can make pairing a bit more difficult at times. In a few months, I expect to get put in the on-call rotation once a quarter. (Not that much of a con - but none of my previous employers had to on-call) There were some layoffs prior to me joining, and there's still a weird sentiment going around about them. Again, nothing really bad. There is just a bit of awkwardness on occasion.
- 4.0Nov 7, 2023Sr. Manager, OperationsCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsDraper, UT
Pluralsight's mission is incredibly inspiring. Most people you work around are wonderful, innovative humans and in many ways truly are what make working at Pluralsight good. The people we work with are honestly the highlight, they have made working through some hard times at Pluralsight more bearable. Encouragement to continually learn and develop personally and professional are big at Pluralsight as well, something I personally appreciate. We also have good benefits that have been invaluable to myself and my family in my time here. Unlimited PTO and the encouragement to use it are also great things to see across the business.
Executive leadership turnover has become a regular occurrence in recent years. As a result it feels like strategy and direction are changing regularly causing employees to experience a form of professional whiplash. The end of 2022 and 2023 brought 3 layoffs or "restructures" that have left teams understaffed and often over worked which has caused lower morale and motivation. This has also affected team's trust in the Executive Leadership's decisions and direction. That's not to say we don't understand the need for change and innovation, it brings a lot of benefits and helps keep our business ahead and on the cutting edge. But having some consistency within leadership and their strategy would be valuable to team members at Pluralsight right now.
- 5.0Nov 18, 2023Technical Support RepresentativeFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsDraper, UT
Great benefits, unlimited pto, quarterly vacations, easy to move up
work environment can be very cliquy if you don't want to be apart of extra curricular activities with the team. Leaders have personal relationships with your colleagues so try not to make anyone mad
- 2.0Nov 7, 2023Business Development Representative (BDR)Current Employee, more than 1 yearDraper, UT
Nice office to uses when you want. Office perks are awesome.
Upper Sales Managers (VP and above) are disconnected and have unrealistic expectations for the ground level and up employees. They are only concerned about making a name for themselves then jump ship and onto their next big company/promotion. They talk a big talk, but don't have a clue how it is to walk the walk in today's work environment as a sales employee.
- 4.0Oct 29, 2023SMB AECurrent Employee, more than 1 yearDraper, UT
Promotion Track Great Culture Great Leadership Great Benefits Amazing Worklife Balance
Constant fear of the next layoffs Underpayed in some roles Not much diversity Company seems to be going downhill, given the current economic situation and the premium price point of our product - I'm still proud to be at this company and believe things are starting to shape up for the better
- 3.0Oct 31, 2023Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 1 yearDraper, UT
Beautiful building at HQ. They had really good benefits and positive culture until around 2022-2023 when they slowly started to dissolve.
Three major rifs since December 2022 and smaller ones here and there. Market had a large impact. It was really difficult to witness the frequent layoffs of co-workers without any notice or giving them an opportunity to improve if something wasn't working. Huge impact on company moral, unfortunately. That tends to be the risk you take when working for a tech company in a hard economy. Everyone is on eggshells wondering who is next on the chopping block.
- 2.0Aug 29, 2023Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
- Insurance benefits were pretty good - Unlimited PTO + 2 recharge weeks - Good work/life balance for most roles - If you pay close enough attention, you'll be able to see the layoffs coming
- 3 rounds of layoffs in a 7 month span - I voiced concerns of misconduct and was ignored - Leadership brags about the growth of the India Technology Center despite that growth coming at the expense of roles that are already filled - Rapid turnover of senior and executive leadership - Little to no room for growth/career advancement16Pluralsight Response3mo
Thank you for taking the time to write this review. We take reports of misconduct seriously. If you experienced misconduct during your time at Pluralsight and it wasn’t handled properly, please reach out to me directly. I’d like to understand the situation and get things sorted. I’m sorry to hear that you didn’t feel that leadership was transparent. We strive to communicate with purpose and be as transparent with team members as we can. We also consistently evaluate the effectiveness of our communication and look for ways to improve, so I appreciate your feedback. We value all of our team members and their contributions, and the decision to proceed with staff reductions was not something that was taken lightly. However, it was a necessary step as part of our plan to ensure we’re best positioned for future success. -Will
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Pluralsight has an overall rating of 3.3 out of 5, based on over 945 reviews left anonymously by employees. 48% of employees would recommend working at Pluralsight to a friend and 32% have a positive outlook for the business. This rating has decreased by -11% over the last 12 months.
48% of Pluralsight employees would recommend working there to a friend based on Glassdoor reviews. Employees also rated Pluralsight 3.9 out of 5 for work life balance, 3.4 for culture and values and 3.0 for career opportunities.