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  • "You are surrounded by a lot of smart people, who are also great people to grab a beer with after hours.(in 21 reviews)
  • "Truly making an effort to ensure the culture is strong and people are enjoying working for Smartling & staying productive/motivated(in 14 reviews)
  • "Management is great.(in 9 reviews)
  • "Great team and vibe in the European offices(in 8 reviews)
  • "Great benefits; gym, healthcare, meditation apps, etc(in 8 reviews)

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    1. 5.0
      Oct 8, 2015
      Current Employee
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      The good thing about working in this company is that there's a lot to learn from some very knowledgable people. With that knowledge you get to network and grow and move quickly up in the ranks of your career. Personally this a great place for someone to advance in their career. Drama free environment- if you have a problem you solve it on the spot. HR employees are their for these issues whom keep 100% professional.


      The only con I would say is that theres too many snacks and drinks available for free and surprise lunches and dinners randomly which is not good when your trying to diet.

      1. 5.0
        May 21, 2015
        Solutions Engineer
        Current Employee, more than 1 year
        New York, NY
        CEO Approval
        Business Outlook


        As with other tech startups, got great office space with standing desks and well-stocked kitchen. Flexible work schedule, open PTO policy and good benefits. Fun, tech-savvy, smart co-workers and friendly developers (yes you heard that right, 'friendly developers' ;). Lots of room for growth for individuals & the company itself. Senior management is pretty transparent about what's REALLY going on with the company and won't pretend everything is peachy.


        Learning curve could be very stiff unless you enjoy challenging jobs and a fast-learner. Shifting priorities on Product roadmap due to pressure from big name clients. Life-work balance could get messed up due to flexible work schedule + clients located in different time zones, but this might be only applicable to client-facing positions.

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