Altair Alpha
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If you were to leave Altair Alpha, what would be the reason?

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  • March 18, 2019

    Hi - It is certainly frustrated to be let go by the company (or by anyone) and we understand your frustration. We know work is possibly not only the main focus of an adult, but also the main income for the person and anyone depends on that person. Letting people go is not a decision we take lightly.

    We typically let people go during probation. Possibly within the first 1-2 months when we have assessment that the team member and the company is not a good fit. Either it is due to skill. Attitude. Or motivation.

    On much rarer occassions, we let full-time team members go. Mainly due to clearly deteriorating in performance/attitude, or due to serious incidents. Before we let people go we also try to relocate or shifting jobs to see if the person can perform better at a different position. We always have at least 3 face to face meetings (even during short time-span of probation) and various of stand-up, quick, constructive feedbacks before taking such a serious decision. We also document and have detail feedback on performance, pros and cons, area for improvements, or suggestions before going to the final decision. When we let people go, we do in a clear, documented, and respect manner. It's not an experience we want to handle with recklessness. We hope you find a better working environnment, and by no mean not being success as a workplace dictate another not-success at another workplace. We hope you all the bests.

  • I did leave because I was laid off for no REAL reason.

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