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- Yext 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
- "Free lunch" was the most mentioned Pro at Yext.
- "Bouncex" was the most mentioned Pro at Wunderkind.
- Wunderkind had 6 more reviews than Yext that mentioned "Long hours" as a Con.
I have been working at Yext full-time for less than a year
great Technology, fantastic Leadership Team, real Value for Customers
nothing bad to say. Just as Everywhere else, hard work and grit are what it takes to be successful
Advice to Management
stay the course and stay true to our values - then we will thrive
I have been working at Wunderkind full-time for more than 5 years
I'm surprised with all of these recent reviews as they don't seem to represent the company today. I've now been at Wunderkind (previously BounceX) for a handful of years and have been through some... ups and downs, but it's still an incredible and unique place with amazing perks, the best people, and huge opportunities. I've grown both personally and professionally in ways you can't pay for. Even years in, I'm learning new things every day and am constantly challenged. There's two general trends I've noticed here: people and innovation. While the quarantine makes it a little harder to celebrate the employees, the entire office is designed around employee happiness. It's clearly built to be a comfortable environment with plenty of drinks, snacks, and events (both non-work and work related). Now in quarantine mode, we have "FriYay" half day Fridays and there's a consistent effort to plan zoom events that don't resolve around work (i.e. lunch pods with a lunch stipend). On the "innovation" side, the vision has always been pretty clear: we're building products/features that drive value for clients. This means there's never a dull day. The entire company seems to be aligned with pushing to improve both internally and externally. I can keep going, but I'll stop there.
Most of the cons I have are more historical. Layoffs were hard. We lost some amazing people and it bumped up everyone's workload temporarily. Back in 2019 things were a little political with our CTO... leaving, but our current CTO has been great over the last year and the general R&D sentiment is very positive. In some areas, like R&D, we operate more like a startup with a flat org and without a big layer of middle management. This can be hard sometimes, but I've noticed an effort to improve this.
Advice to Management
Continue investing in middle-management, whether it's hiring experienced leaders externally, or giving employees the education and resources to lead internally.