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- "The people are great and TA does a good job of providing team bonding opportunities." (in 10 reviews)
- "I enjoy going to work and the benefits have been great." (in 9 reviews)
- "Good culture and a ton of stellar people here is at the heart of what makes this place a great place to work." (in 8 reviews)
- "I had one of the best managers in my career when at TA. Perks are good (not great)." (in 6 reviews)
- "Great benefits, including catered lunches and awesome team outings" (in 6 reviews)
- "Long hours are needed some times to get the job done and to meet the goals." (in 3 reviews)
- "Long hours occasionally" (in 3 reviews)
- "SOO MANY MEETINGS, managers can’t get nothing done because their calendar is full of BS meetings" (in 2 reviews)
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- 5.0Aug 23, 2023AnonymousCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearNashville, TN
I’ve only been at TA for a few months, but I came from an agency setting and the culture here is day and night. TA is a breath of fresh air, with execs that recognize the hard work of their employees, teammates who are more than collaborative, and a work life balance I have never experienced before. They also provide all the equipment you need to WFH efficiently, and the other perks and benefits are unmatched. The leadership team and people ops team is constantly providing training, resources and more to help the entire company grow, learn, and see other perspectives with DE&I — and invests in their employees personal growth with fun sessions such as book reimbursement and First Fridays, which include a bonus structure for presenting something you are passionate about. Other than that, we also have happy half hours, management training sessions and coffee chats, and more. You won’t regret a career here!
I have yet to experience a con. The only thing I wish is there was an offsite sometime to meet my talented colleagues in person!3
- 5.0Aug 4, 2023Product ManagerFormer Employee, less than 1 yearWorcester, MA
I spent about three to four months in a role at TA and ended up deciding to leave under my own volition. The particular role at the particular time just wasn't a match unfortunately, but I'm grateful for the experience and the people that I got to meet while I was there. That said, I was there long enough to experience what it's like to work there, and there are a lot of positives. Let me list them here: - Growth Mindset: All across the company, everyone adheres to practices that will help you grow. There is genuine support, understanding, and space given for your individual improvement, and for the collective improvement of teams as a byproduct. Some companies will pitch this kind of thing during the recruiting process as an incentive, but TA follows through on it when you're through the door. - Great Humans Abound: In my time there, I witnessed a consistent theme across the company when it came to my colleagues - they all seemed to have a wonderful combination of subject matter expertise and humanity. This was refreshing, and greatly reduced the amount of interpersonal static that can happen in a work environment. - Ambitious: At TA everyone is highly driven looking to aim high, and to do it with integrity. As a Product person, this was nice to see an be a part of. - Trusting: I experienced very little micro-management (if at all) while I was at TA. When they hire you, they trust you to make the decisions that you were hired to make, and not just looking to make you do things "their way." - Great People in Management Positions: I found management at TA to strike the right balance of aptitude, ambition, people skills, structure, and accountability. Also high levels of integrity, professionalism, and even levity when it counted.
In terms of cons, I really didn't experience a lot of them in my time there. For the sake of this review however, if I was going to offer a constructive critique, it would be that it seems like there is a bit of a hyper-focus on execution, at the expense of strategic ideation, vision creation, and innovation. I think if they could bolt their highly effective execution abilities onto some strategic visions that are in high demand within the market, they'd go to the moon.2
- 5.0May 8, 2023Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearNashville, TN
TechnologyAdvice truly embodies what a remarkable workplace should be, with its outstanding culture, transparent executive team, unparalleled growth opportunities, and commendable work-life balance. Culture: The company's culture is simply outstanding. It promotes collaboration, respect, and a genuine sense of community. Colleagues are not just colleagues; they are like-minded individuals who work together as a tight-knit team towards shared goals. Transparency: From company-wide meetings to regular updates and communication channels, the leadership ensures that employees are well-informed about the company's direction, goals, and challenges. Opportunity for Growth: The company is committed to investing in its employees' success and provides unparalleled opportunities for advancement.
Continue to recognize outstanding employees!1
- 5.0Jul 18, 2023Analytics EngineerCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsNashville, TN
Invests in your learning and development, has great values, and has quick career growth opportunities.
Pay is below industry average
- 5.0Jun 5, 2023Client SuccessCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearNashville, TN
This company is true to its values and promotes work life balance. They care about you as an employee and want to help you succeed. Benefits are good, people are motivated and working remote has been great. Benefits and perks are awesome.
Pay is a little under market value
- 1.0Apr 18, 2023SalesFormer Employee, more than 1 yearNashville, TN
Good culture for whatever that is worth. Ping pong is cool, right?
They force you to sign a non-compete clause. When you leave, if it's your choice or not, be prepared to get a lawyer as I've heard they will come after you.10TechnologyAdvice Response8mo
Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback about your experience. As a company, we have to protect our intellectual property and trade secrets, and this is the reason why we ask our employees to sign employment agreements. However, we assure you that we do not use agreements to unfairly restrict our employees' future employment opportunities. While we take the protection of our company's interests very seriously, we want to clarify that we would only pursue legal action against individuals who engage in unlawful or unethical behavior that harms our business. We strive to do this in a professional and respectful manner, and only as a last resort. Finally, we appreciate your feedback about commission checks. We take pride in compensating our employees fairly and appropriately, and we are committed to ensuring that our separation processes are handled professionally and with integrity. Once again, thank you for your feedback. We take all feedback seriously and will use it to continue to improve our company culture and practices.
- 4.0Jun 6, 2023Program CoordinatorFormer Employee, more than 5 yearsNashville, TN
Implement inclusive and positive values and promote company growth
Fast growing from startup high turnover
- 3.0Mar 17, 2023Marketing CoordinatorFormer EmployeeNashville, TN
There are several. If you're looking to be challenged and take on a "jack of all trades" type of role, this might be the place for you.
Although you may succeed, you may not reap the benefits in the personal career you'd like to see. That being said, growth potential is there but it mostly aligns with the needs of the business, not you.5
- 3.0Jul 15, 2021Operations TeamFormer Employee, more than 1 yearNashville, TN
Here are some observations to help you determine if TA is a good fit for you: * Petra Coach has a heavy hand in the business * There is a huge lack of diversity * Lots of in office perks; no remote perks *The Nashville office recycles thanks to employee volunteers who take the recycling home weekly * Tons of recreational slack channels like one dedicated to dogs and another for prayer requests *Unlimited vacation and unlimited slack messages while you’re on vacation * Daily, weekly, and biweekly mandatory team meetings to go over personal and professional updates * Mandatory monthly stakeholders; must attend if you’re on vacation unless you’re part of the senior leadership team * Profit sharing is advertised as part of your salary but you must give a 4 weeks notice to receive your payout even if you worked an entire quarter; TA can terminate you without notice * Sales, Marketing, Administration, and Client Success are the most valued and recognized departments * Voluntary six-week company-wide workout/meal planning service to help you get healthier and “lose inches” * Monthly virtual team outings such as random zoom rooms with teammates and magic shows; not mandatory but your manager will speak to you if you don’t attend these events * Encouraged to work over 40 hours a week; working weekends is celebrated with CEO shoutouts * Yearly pay raise is a cost of living raise no matter what your performance was that year; this is non-negotiable * Promotions are based on TA tenure and not past job experience * Your responsibilities will expand far beyond your job description but your salary will remain the same
* Please read the observations above and use your judgement.38TechnologyAdvice Response3y
Thank you for taking the time to leave your review. We value all employee feedback and encourage team members to communicate with their manager and/or HR for any areas of concern, ideas, and opportunities. The author pointed out several areas that we would like to expound upon. We value our employees and express the importance of work/life balance. We have a flexible PTO policy where we encourage team members to “take the time they need to operate at peak performance.” Understanding that many employees did not take typical vacations during the pandemic, we have required team members across the company to take at least 5 additional days of PTO in the next 6 months to encourage the usage of time off. Team members are encouraged to set their out of office notices, and turn off slack access to avoid interruptions of their time off. We are a high growth organization, focused on actively hiring and retaining talent to support the growing needs of our team and business. We always encourage our team members to vocalize their personal and professional growth plans while helping them take necessary steps to achieve them in their bi-monthly manager check-ins. This includes opportunities to discuss pay raises and promotions. We utilize job scorecards to provide clarity and consistency across roles, including salary and role banding. This helps to support employees in their growth within their roles as well as measure performance and experience within the role. Salary conversations may be initiated by the employee, the manager, or across the company as a whole throughout the year. Our executive team continuously reviews salaries across the industry and market to ensure competitiveness. We have a number of success stories at TA of employees who have entered the organization and exponentially grown their skills and experience. Accordingly, they have received merit-based promotions based on experience and not tenure. We are proud to know that everyone has equal opportunity to set their own trajectory at TA in accordance with one’s desire and capacity to challenge, grow and expand. TechnologyAdvice has taken consistent intentional strides to promote and foster diversity, equity, and inclusion both inside TA and in our communities. TA is composed of individuals from all walks of life, age, race, countries, nationalities, gender identity, ideas, and experiences. We are proud of the many perspectives we have on our team and are consistently working to grow our team with those who add to our culture with their own unique perspectives. DE&I training and development is a key company initiative for 2021. We’ve held multiple book clubs, lunch and learns, and training on topics related to DE&I. Our recruitment efforts are concentrated on forming partnerships with diverse organizations, universities, and community groups to attract diverse talent where they are. TechnologyAdvice offers a robust benefits and perks package to its employees, both remote and in-office. We also ensure we are adhering to any mandatory requirements by state. Some of these perks our US remote team have available to them include a Headspace subscription, fitness reimbursement, professional development stipend, Bucketlist benefit, 401k with a company match, and paid maternity and parental leave, to name a few. If you have thoughts/ideas of a benefit that should be reviewed for consideration, please do not hesitate to contact the HR department. We love hearing from our employees! Thank you again for taking the time to shed light on areas for improvement as constructive feedback is conducive to our continued growth in the future.
- 4.0Mar 7, 2023Marketing CoordinatorFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsNashville, TN
Great benefits and overall culture - lots of opportunity to learn and grow
You will be moved around a lot1
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TechnologyAdvice has an overall rating of 4.5 out of 5, based on over 108 reviews left anonymously by employees. 93% of employees would recommend working at TechnologyAdvice to a friend and 82% have a positive outlook for the business. This rating has decreased by -11% over the last 12 months.
93% of TechnologyAdvice employees would recommend working there to a friend based on Glassdoor reviews. Employees also rated TechnologyAdvice 4.4 out of 5 for work life balance, 4.9 for culture and values and 4.8 for career opportunities.