Compare Myplanet vs Flipp BETASee how Flipp vs. Myplanet compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I have been working at Myplanet full-time for less than a year
As a remote worker, getting seen/heard can be tricky. However, I've met more people in different departments here in the last 6 months than I did in 7 years in a previous job. Everyone I've met is... easy to talk to and understand the communication issues of remote life. I work with smart people that are quick to help and explain things when necessary, all without judgement. The company is socially and community conscious and have a great startup-like culture. There are numerous gatherings, both for employees as well as for external groups, which are open to remote workers too. The on-boarding experience was intensive, but so good, by far the best I've ever experienced. You get to meet a wide range of folks from different departments, which helps later on when you end up working with them. Very quickly after starting to work for Myplanet, I felt like I was an integral part of the company and received positive feedback for things my team had done. That is huge.
I've only managed to get to the office once...so far :)
Advice to Management
Keep up the good work in communicating with the employees. Transparency is so important.
I have been working at Flipp full-time
- Flipp is a company that absolutely stays true to who it is. The founders and execs have built a culture that is lasting and they invest in their people and teams. - Flipp really is the type of... company that will make room for you to grow if you showcase your value. If you raise your hand and show that you're willing to work hard, Flipp will make space for you to do your thing. I have always had my coaches be receptive to my interests and career aspirations and have also had them ask me how they can help get me to where I want to go.
- Like any startup, Flipp has gone through growing pains. There have been company pivots in strategy and vision and there have been times where changes in company strategy have affected the company... in challenging ways. The ability to pivot and be agile is important here and I can see how the pace can be a challenge.
Advice to Management
Continue to bring in experienced outside leadership (already making strides in this area) who can help shape the overall vision for Flipp. Additionally, continue to invest in more junior level... employees who are looking to grow their careers into the management level.