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22 July 2020

Pros

- Employees are given autonomy, flexibility, and trust. I feel trusted to get my work done as well as take care of things in my personal life without guilt. - Leadership is transparent and empathetic when making decisions - Awesome benefits including unlimited PTO, fully covered health insurance, cell phone reimbursement, etc. - An industry leader in response to COVID-19 - mandatory Work from Home was enacted in early March 2020, weeks before other companies took this action. We also got to take office chairs, monitors, and other equipment home or expensed as needed.

Cons

- A lot of bumpy change. There's no doubt the past 6 months have been unprecedented, but besides macroeconomic & public health conditions, there's been a lot of internal reorganization. In many cases it felt that leaders were too quick to enact change and didn't consider the possible fallout. - I think it speaks highly of a company that many employees have a long tenure with the company. However, there tends to be an attitude of "we've tried that before" or "that didn't work before" when folks with less tenure make recommendations. New & diverse perspectives should be sought, acknowledged, and valued. - I wish 401k match was more in line with industry standard (full match up to 4%)

Advice to Management

- I commend how you've weathered COVID-19 and economic downturn. Thank you for your honestly, humility, and empathy. - New & diverse perspectives should be sought, acknowledged, and valued. - Train leaders in change management. Consider the possible adverse effects of transparency before announcing a change and be prepared to respond to those effects.

Awesome benefits including unlimited PTO, fully covered health insurance, cell phone reimbursement, etc.

22 July 2020

Reviewed by: Product Designer (Current Employee)

1 English review out of 1

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