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    1. 5.0
      Sep 13, 2023
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      I have yet to start the position so my review is strictly regarding the interview process. - Timely and responsive - Interview process expectations were shared ahead of time with proper prep materials. - Interview panel was knowledgeable and friendly.


      No real cons to the interview experience. From the first point of contact to the offer was about two weeks. Very prompt and easy to work with.

      1. 1.0
        Sep 14, 2023
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        2021 and First Half of 2022 the company was at it's peak. Strong Funding, Energy with the company and fun company events. Benefits were very decent at that time. Remote friendly approach.


        Across Senior Finance leadership - It is very toxic. CFO behaves like a bully. Will never empower you until he has many opportunities to yell, berate you and often use abusive tones against you. Zero room for creativity - You must do as senior leadership states. If you express your ideas, they will go in circle. Management pushes excessive number of meetings a day and then expects you to do your actual job after 6 PM. WAY too many cooks in the kitchen with zero experience on handling sub teams or how it would affect stakeholders. There is zero room for independence. Very top down heavy and authoritarian finance department culture. Higher leadership finance operate as if they are in a fraternity or sorority. And they will make it known if you are not in. Poor Work Life Balance. Leadership cannot get on the same page so then force push their reports to do work without executive understanding. Love playing the blame game and will push anyone out that is not their style of personality

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