- 5.011 Nov 2021
Fast pace startup culture. Great place to work and grow.Engineering ManagementCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsSingapore
* Friendly, helpful and motivated people from many countries with diverse background. * Management does care a lot about the team and its people. Flat hierarchy. Very open and transparent culture. Questions and feedbacks are always welcome. * Very good and efficient onboarding process. Expect to start contributing to the main code base within a few weeks. * Startup culture, fast pace. A lot of learning and growing opportunities. You will be given a lot of responsibilities but also have a lot of freedom and autonomous to get things done.
A bit dated technology stacks - Rails and Ember.js. But the team is migrating to React and Elixir1
- 5.023 Nov 2020Marketing DirectorCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearSan Francisco, CA
Culture, colleagues, work-life balance, product, and strategy
The company is international so sometimes you have to wait a day to talk to colleagues
- 5.028 Feb 2020Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearWashington, DC
I work on the US side of things. This is by far the most transparent company I’ve ever worked for. I still remember my first week when I told our CEO that ‘we may be too transparent’ because everyone knows everything good and bad. But after working here for quite some time now, I completely understand why we do it and why it makes us who we are now. Nothing is hidden and all employees are kept in the loop on all matters, big and small. You gotta wear many different hats, especially in this startup of a startup here in the US and that’s what makes it so much fun! You aren’t doing the same thing everyday, and everyone needs to contribute across all departments – marketing, product, sales, support, hr… Great culture, great people, great product – overall a fun place to grow and work!
- Time differences are always a concern. Someone is going to sacrifice their time either early in the morning or late at night. But we all do our best to accommodate each other so no one is getting the short end of the stick every time. - Benefits could be better. As the US team grows, I expect it to come on par with most US companies.1