Namogoo Career Development FAQ

Read what Namogoo employees think about career development at the company. Employees have questions about everything from promotions and mentoring to job security.

Namogoo has a career opportunities rating of 4.2.

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4 English questions out of 4

February 1, 2021

How are the career development opportunities at Namogoo?

Pros

Nice offices, salaries are ok, diverse team. Great treats and holiday gifts. Culture is great and the company invests a lot in its employees. CEO is nice. Most people are very nice.

Cons

No work-life balance, no career opportunities or promotions. Insane workload with unrealistic expectations for results (that are eventually usually go by unappreciated) until the very last minute . No raises or bonuses during my time. Way too many unnecessary meetings.

Advice to Management

Invest more in your teams

life balance, no career opportunities or promotions.

February 1, 2021

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July 22, 2020

What kind of career opportunities exist at Namogoo?

Pros

I started with Namogoo several months ago, and so far the experience has been great! The training upfront was super organized (despite suddenly having to happen via Zoom due to the pandemic) and ran for about 2.5 full weeks. It's the first start-up that I've worked for and I love the openness to change & improvement. I feel well-connected to the organization despite everyone working remotely, and everyone seems eager to help one another.

Cons

Not many to speak of so far - it would be great to learn more about what opportunities for advancement exist, but my sense is that it's constantly evolving and they'll find the right opportunities for whoever earns them as it comes up. Normally we're expected to be in-office 5 days a week (outside of the pandemic), whereas most progressive companies, esp. in NYC, offer more flexibility or are now changing their policies to only require employees to come in 2-3 days a week once things return to normal, having seen a remote successfully model proven-out, so any updates in that regard would be beneficial and welcomed by many.

Advice to Management

Continuing to offer some flexibility to work remotely one or two days a week post-pandemic vs being expected to be in-office 100% of the time would be a huge benefit!

it would be great to learn more about what opportunities for advancement exist, but my sense is that it's constantly evolving and they'll find the right opportunities for whoever earns them as it comes up.

July 22, 2020

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February 1, 2021

How are promotions handled at Namogoo?

Pros

Nice offices, salaries are ok, diverse team. Great treats and holiday gifts. Culture is great and the company invests a lot in its employees. CEO is nice. Most people are very nice.

Cons

No work-life balance, no career opportunities or promotions. Insane workload with unrealistic expectations for results (that are eventually usually go by unappreciated) until the very last minute . No raises or bonuses during my time. Way too many unnecessary meetings.

Advice to Management

Invest more in your teams

life balance, no career opportunities or promotions.

February 1, 2021

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July 22, 2020

How do employees feel about their professional development opportunities at Namogoo?

Pros

I started with Namogoo several months ago, and so far the experience has been great! The training upfront was super organized (despite suddenly having to happen via Zoom due to the pandemic) and ran for about 2.5 full weeks. It's the first start-up that I've worked for and I love the openness to change & improvement. I feel well-connected to the organization despite everyone working remotely, and everyone seems eager to help one another.

Cons

Not many to speak of so far - it would be great to learn more about what opportunities for advancement exist, but my sense is that it's constantly evolving and they'll find the right opportunities for whoever earns them as it comes up. Normally we're expected to be in-office 5 days a week (outside of the pandemic), whereas most progressive companies, esp. in NYC, offer more flexibility or are now changing their policies to only require employees to come in 2-3 days a week once things return to normal, having seen a remote successfully model proven-out, so any updates in that regard would be beneficial and welcomed by many.

Advice to Management

Continuing to offer some flexibility to work remotely one or two days a week post-pandemic vs being expected to be in-office 100% of the time would be a huge benefit!

The training upfront was super organized (despite suddenly having to happen via Zoom due to the pandemic) and ran for about 2.5 full weeks.

July 22, 2020

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