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- Influitive scored higher in 9 areas: Overall Rating, Career Opportunities, Compensation & Benefits, Work-life balance, Senior Management, Culture & Values, CEO Approval, % Recommend to a friend and Positive Business Outlook.
What Employees Say
- "Catered lunches" was the most mentioned Pro at Influitive.
- "Games room" was the most mentioned Pro at Geeks.
- "Fast paced" was the most mentioned Con at Influitive.
- "Training contracts" was the most mentioned Con at Geeks.
I have been working at Influitive full-time
I've had fantastic mentors for the entire time I have been with Influitive but have to say the direction of new leadership (Dan McCall) gives a breath a fresh air into the company. I feel strongly... that we have a purpose, direction and a management team that knows what to do to bring Influitive to the next level. I feel fortunate in my role as management (from all levels) have confidence in my decision making and there is zero micro-managing or poor attitudes. You are provided opportunities to excel in your professional career (working with the largest software companies in the world) and personal life (things like Covid Rest days and a very generous vacation policy). It's for sure a work-hard company but I feel good about the work that I do and the people I do it for and with. I highly recommend Influitive if you are looking to feel a sense of ownership and pride in where you work!
It's so hard to connect digitally with everyone- there were lots of new hires over the past 2 years and it would be nice to actually 'meet' some of my new colleagues. We do weekly all-hands meetings... so hopefully sooner than later, some can start happening again in person.
I worked at Geeks full-time for more than 3 years
I worked as a Business Analyst at Geeks for 3 years, starting as a trainee and worked my way up before moving on. During this time I learnt a great deal and worked on so many projects while making... friends and having a great time. There is no denying that Geeks has a unique culture. Almost like a cult, if you will. The passion you see in the atmosphere is what sets it apart from any other workplace. Sure there are also some difficult days. But overall, it is an unforgettable chapter of my life and I’m grateful for ever for. Professionally, what I miss the most is VisualSpec, the company’s in-house prototyping tool. It is so effective that I don’t know why it hasn’t taken over the software world already. I hope to use it again in my new job sometime.
Bad hires happen too often and as a result you see people come and go quickly. The company’s answer is that we take chances on people and give them an opportunity to show what they have. But I think... this leads to unnecessarily bitterness. The people who come in, get a taste of all the goodness, only to be told after a few weeks that they are out, end up resenting the company.