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Questions and Answers about Ultimate Software

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Ultimate Software.

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What is the work environment and culture like at Ultimate Software?

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It's a great company that cares for their employees and provides awesome benefits. Support could def use more staff and more work-life balance. A lot of great growth and growing pains. Important to hire not only smart leaders but great teachers!

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Team and family oriented where we take care of each other in times of need and in celebratory achievements.

Answered - Customer Success Manager (Current Employee) - Oregon

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Amazing, family and friendly oriented, challenging and inspiring. A place to flourish and grow and enjoy your career and stay forever.

Answered - Talent Acquisition Manager (Current Employee) - Weston, FL

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The work environment is fast-paced but well-organized. The engineers know their stuff.
The culture that corporate tries so hard to facilitate may seem to be a little much, at first, but the team in Toronto is comprised of some of the nicest people that I've had the privilege of working with, so I guess it's working!

Answered - Software Engineer (Current Employee) - Toronto

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A+++++ Team atmosphere and empowerment!

Answered - Escalation Manager (Current Employee) - virtual

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The culture is highly collaborative and open.

Answered - Product Analyst (Current Employee) - Weston, FL

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People First is what our company is all about, no better way to put it.

Answered - Customer Success Manager (Current Employee) - Santa Ana, CA

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Open and honest work environment, culture built on respect and trust. Every luxury afforded. No ping-pong tables...this is a real company. But all kinds of wellness programs, subsidized massages and acupuncture. Not to mention equity in the company and fantastic benefits.

Answered - Inside Sales Representative (Current Employee) - Weston, FL

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Like so many things, you get out of it what you put into it. If you work hard for Ultimate, Ultimate will work hard for you to make sure you are happy, healthy and successful!
The amount of autonomy, flexibility and empowerment offered to Ulti employees is beyond anything most of us have ever experienced. We all work hard to take care of our business, our customers and each other because Ultimate takes such good care of us. There is a culture of trust that is extraordinary in today's world.
The perks and benefits offered to us are unheard of in most organizations today. Our executive team works hard to deliver the best of the best to us! Ulti employees are grateful for that and work hard to make sure we deserve those amazing benefits and that they will continue.
The opportunities to grow at Ultimate are limited only by one's mindset and drive. We have the opportunity to be creative, to express ourselves and to have a real and positive impact on our business and on the communities in which we live and work. We are all encouraged to "pay it forward", to contribute to charities, to give back to our communities. Ultimate matches those contributions and gives us the time to give back!

Answered - Manager (Current Employee) - Virtual

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The culture is AMAZING! Everyone sincerely cares about not just how I'm doing at work but at home as well. Beyond that there are constant campaigns to support those in need from large recent disasters to personal struggles we are always encouraged to support financially as well as with our time. Ultimate goes beyond by matching any donated money dollar for dollar. Ultimate Software cares about people and wants to make the world a better place.

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