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Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at Clearly.

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22 English questions out of 22

August 22, 2019

Does Clearly offer an employee assistance or workplace counselling program?

Pros

great downtown location, beautiful fun modern office space, great coworkers, vibrant and fast paced, opportunities to learn and grow. good benefits and perks. Happy hour Fridays with our own beer keg! gym in the building, flexible/ casual work environment, approachable executive team

Cons

more diversity at the top... no female leadership. Work load is extensive, and employees are feeling the pressure. salaries below market rates.

good benefits and perks.

August 22, 2019

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October 15, 2019

Does Clearly offer relocation assistance?

Pros

good benefits package, good salary,

Cons

neglected by management , changes that are never made

good benefits package, good salary,

October 15, 2019

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March 26, 2020

How are senior leaders perceived at Clearly?

Pros

Immediate team and co-workers are great people and have been fun to work with. Nice new office downtown

Cons

Company culture used to be authentic. Now its a joke. Have hired new management in IT that don't know what they are doing. Since new CTO has arrived, the only people that are hired seem to previous friends/colleagues instead of qualified people and as a result there are unqualified people in leadership positions driving the teams into the ground, but blaming it on the team's inability to deliver. Its like a train wreck. But since leadership is all connected there is no channel for anyone to voice their opinions of what's really going on. CEO needs to look deeper and uncover the what's really a happening and how the teams are falling apart because of bad leadership.

Advice to Management

Do not hire people in leadership positions that have no leadership ability. Do a better job of vetting these people, Don't believe everything you're told from Managers/Directors about the team, because the team itself is not the problem.

CEO needs to look deeper and uncover the what's really a happening and how the teams are falling apart because of bad leadership.

March 26, 2020

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October 8, 2019

How are the career development opportunities at Clearly?

Pros

- Freedom to be innovative and suggest new ideas without fear of being turned down - Great work/life balance with flexible hours and schedules - Collaborative and fun company culture - Always hiring top talent to drive the business success forward - Lots of opportunities to take more on or advance if you are hungry enough - Incredible state-of-the-art offices

Cons

- Don't have any at this point

Advice to Management

- Stay on the current trajectory!

Lots of opportunities to take more on or advance if you are hungry enough

October 8, 2019

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November 4, 2019

What kind of career opportunities exist at Clearly?

Pros

- Young, friendly, vibrant atmosphere - Seems to be a lot of opportunity for progression - Feels like opinions are valued and everyone is open to input from others - Amazing, modern office with beautiful views of downtown Vancouver and surrounding mountains - Lots of fun social events - Happy Hour on Friday afternoons, treat day once a month, bring your dog to work days etc. - You get kitted out as a new employee - the latest technology to work with, everyone has electronic standing desks, good quality company swag - Great benefits - Pretty good work/life balance, feels like there is a relaxed attitude towards flexible working, working from home etc. - Opportunities for volunteering and getting involved in committees etc. - Great to work for a company whose mission is to help others' health

Cons

- Pay is a bit below average - Communication processes could be improved - Few women in management positions

Seems to be a lot of opportunity for progression

November 4, 2019

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