Conversion Digital Work Life Balance FAQ

Read what Conversion Digital employees think about work life balance at the company and make sure this fits your lifestyle. Employees have questions about everything from the work from home policy, overtime and flexibility.

Conversion Digital has a work life balance rating of 3.2.

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3 English questions out of 3

March 9, 2021

How is the work/life balance at Conversion Digital?

Pros

Small agency life has given me the ability to try new things that I wouldn't get to try at a larger agency Management listens to employees when they have an issue and acts swiftly to make things right I feel appropriately compensated for the work I do, and respected and heard if I ask for a raise The new work-from-home system has been implemented without issue, and work/life balance is better than ever New health benefits cover everything I need

Cons

some client leads tend to accept new work before checking on resources

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home system has been implemented without issue, and work/life balance is better than ever

March 9, 2021

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May 25, 2020

What is overtime like at Conversion Digital?

Pros

◦ Extremely friendly co-workers ◦ Great location and beautiful office space

Cons

◦ Salaries way below market ◦ Essentially no benefits or healthcare ◦ Expectation of unpaid overtime ◦ Chaotic work environment ◦ Process is touted as Agile but frequently reverts to Waterfall ◦ Rampant nepotism ◦ Company policy doesn't apply to relatives and "family friends" ◦ Ambiguous hierarchy ◦ Company org is extremely top heavy and tangled ◦ No transparency ◦ HR is non-existent ◦ Exceptionally high turnover

◦ Expectation of unpaid overtime

May 25, 2020

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May 1, 2020

How flexible is your schedule working at Conversion Digital?

Pros

- Central location (Queen-Spadina) - Flexible hours - Big clients - Growing company - Company pays for Salesforce training

Cons

- Below-market salaries - Deadlines can be unrealistically short - No code repository/version control system, making collaboration difficult and risky: Devs store work locally, and email files to one another - Non-devs are allowed/expected to edit code. This riskiness is compounded by reusing buggy client HTML, and editing right in Salesforce (or other browser-based CMS)... exacerbating the version-control issue, and creating emergency overhaul jobs for the dev team

Flexible hours

May 1, 2020

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