PM Director (Former Employee) – Bellevue, WA – May 9, 2017
With the right vision, exceptional individuals and the ability to execute on a great mission this Company have all the ingredients to make it great; not so – yet.
There is a strong sales façade and a lack of substance behind the brand and the marketing material. This is an over-intent culture that thrive by not keeping anyone accountable and believe that listening without actions is acceptable. On the positive side the culture is fun and energetic with workouts in the office, long walks and team events that make everyone feel good.
A good company with a potential future where short term gains always outweigh longer term strategies; if everyone feels good about it.
Promote a good work life balance but expect their employees to work a lot of hours
Implementation Management Coordinator (Former Employee) – Bellevue, WA – January 11, 2018
This company encourages a work life balance, especially at work (offering free lunches, at work happy hours, yoga breaks, tread mills to work from); however this is a small company that is growing so the job demands a lot of hours to be put in. Future employees must be aware of this when applying this the company. My time with this company was wonderful.
Free food; promote working out & healthy lifestyle
Do not encourage WFH; a lot of hours need to be put in
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Bellevue, WA – January 19, 2017
They do not invest in their people especially new hires. They sell you on their "culture" and "values", but they do not live them. They are all talk and no walk with this. I came to the company with enthusiasm and ready to bring my mid-senior level of experience. I was given little training and ended up doing admin work rather than helping shape the company into something awesome. They train all their managers the same way and everyone sounds like they are taking things out of books or just copying what others says to sound smart. Very little control or creativity in many of the roles. They scramble to get people to work for them and set them up to fail once they are hired. On average 1-2 people were leaving a week from directors to entry level.
software engineer (Current Employee) – Bellevue, WA – December 2, 2015
For a company all about wellness, we miss the mark on every opportunity to practice what we preach. Long hours are mandatory, work life balance is a joke, pay is way way way below industry standard, management is stuck in 90s, product tech is sub par, product is so full of bugs its impossible to add new features, senior people in the company berate newer / younger team mates.
Good things? vacation time is amazing (4 weeks / year), team mates are mostly awesome. Company mission is admirable.
vacation, free snacks
low pay, too much stress, inept management, get yelled at daily