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  1. 2.0
    Current Employee, less than 1 year

    Tough place to be right now....

    May 18, 2016 - Sales in Mountain View, CA
    Recommend
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    Pros

    -Free food: free lunch, drinks, snacks, coffee. This part is great. There is no denying that. -Benefits: they offer full health insurance, dental, retirement, unlimited vacation (which sales doesn't always get to take) -kickoff: they take the entire company on a trip yearly (last 2 years to Mexico) all expenses paid

    Cons

    -Culture: the mountain view office environment is toxic. Everyone is complaining 24/7 about the things that are wrong: dwindling inbound lead flow with no outbound model built, awful (or nonexistent) management, lack of communication. It seems like San Diego is the future of Wrike and the mountain view office is struggling because of it. -office space: Wrike has very clearly outgrown their current office space. They've been promising a new office for almost a year now with no action. Tuenover: turnover is extremely high these days. No one wants to come into the office because it's so negative so people are leaving. Wrike has lost 3 members of the management team and about 4-5 individual contributors in the last 2 months. It doesn't seem like this problem is getting better. -Equality: some teams have the autonomy to do whatever they want and others are on a tight leash. Because management is lacking and there's no set of standards, it creates tension between the 'haves' and 'have nots' -Compensation: compensation is significantly under market value. They try to make it up with benefits and fancy beer but they lose really qualified candidates to low comp plans. This creates angst among fellow employees. -Management: there doesn't seem to be a clear picture of where the company is going. Project management is hard to make fun, but if the employees lose passion the product will continue to sink. It also takes the engineers forever to build anything and new releases are always buggy. It leaves salespeople to look like they made empty promises and they can't build strong relationships with clients. -Lack of fun events: sometimes low pay can be evened out with fun events but these are far and few between now. Honestly, it's a really tough environment to work in.

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