Star as a pastry chef assistance, helping (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – May 19, 2018
The nicest thing is to see every day fresh ingredient and all local farmers provide, also to see the talented young chef doing different kinds of multicultural dishes. I like it the leadership that she had comprehensive and problem resolver and us as a part of the team we keep clean our area and responsible for good presentation every single plate the hardest part is when we run out with something and people don't stop asking for. The enjoyable is after the busy part because everyone doing a buck up for the next round also when cleaning time because evryone sinking, yelling and running because everyone want to leave specially Friday or saturday.
Professional (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – June 5, 2018
I enjoyed my close co-workers. Managers are incompetent. Managers do not value their employees and look for reasons to fire, rather than to keep. If you are looking for good pay and don't care about ethics or your reputation this the place for you. Be careful who you associate with as this company is all about who you know. Managers have tendencies to scream at employees and belittle them in front of everyone and then have the nerve to call employees "unprofessional" if they stand their ground. If you are a yes person, you might fit in.
Human Resources (Current Employee) – San Francisco – January 5, 2018
This is by far the most dynamic company to be working at in San Francisco and one of the few crytpocurrencies with an actual use case. The work environment/culture is great and the leadership team is solid. Every day there's something new and exciting that is happening at the company.
Senior Engineer (Former Employee) – Remote – August 15, 2017
The company changed alot while I was there, starting out as 'ripple labs' they where very open and experimental, by the time i left they where very corporate and banking focused. alot of turnover, company values changed, and the management had a very weird culture. Overall however, it was nice working remote, and there where a good number of sharp people there.
Senior Technical Operations Engineer (DevOps) (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – July 10, 2017
Do your job well. Get positive 6 month review. Get laid off. See your job posted, but you're never called in. See bad apples get rewarded for bad behavior (information hoarding, bullying, gaslighting.)
Upper management loves Uber management. Not much more needs to be said.