Opencare FAQ

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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 Opencare.

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18 English questions out of 18

August 10, 2021

What is health insurance like at Opencare?

Pros

Opencare's people are what make the company great. Otherwise, the constant disorganization about vision and execution makes day-to-day stressful, confusing, and challenging to grow.

Cons

Inexperienced CEO who portrays transparency but doesn't execute. Basic health benefits options. Consistent layoffs every couple months. Change in business direction. Very limited stability.

Basic health benefits options.

August 10, 2021

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March 10, 2020

Does Opencare offer vacation time?

Pros

- Flexible hours with truly unlimited vacation - Emphasis on personal health ahead of work - Abundance of interesting business problems to tackle with a lean team - Transparency on goals / opportunities / challenges from executives to rest of organization - Fast paced environment with regular shifts in focus - Strong focus on building a sustainable business while also growing market share

Cons

- Flat organizational structure can make it difficult to coordinate efforts and hold people accountable

Advice to Management

- Keep being transparent and getting everyone to rally around our goals - Continue breaking down high-level goals into components that each team can influence, showing how the interrelate is super useful

Flexible hours with truly unlimited vacation

March 10, 2020

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February 19, 2021

How are senior leaders perceived at Opencare?

Pros

- Working with a lot of smart people - Solving a few interesting problems

Cons

- no product market fit - toxic culture that is only focused on profit and not on customers - lack of experienced leadership team - unfair treatment of minority groups (women) - lack of transparency - pivoting 4-5 times a year and blaming it's people - gossip culture on the leadership team - major attrition

Advice to Management

Stop hiring smart people and then treating them like they are not intelligent.

gossip culture on the leadership team

February 19, 2021

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April 8, 2019

How are the career development opportunities at Opencare?

Pros

There's a huge emphasis on personal development so there are a lot of opportunities for personal and professional growth. The cofounders really encourage and model work life balance and being your optimal healthy self. It's supported by the cultural values as well as all the company perks such as unlimited vacation, free massages, free access to a performance psychologist and flexible work hours. The work itself is also super rewarding since you're helping real people find a better dentist, and you're helping dental business gain new patients. It's a win-win-win philosophy, that makes you feel good about coming to work everyday. Aside from all the already mentioned perks, there are also daily catered organic lunches which are delicious and such a time saver!

Cons

The company is growing really quickly, which comes with its own growing pains. There are still some processes that will need to be made scalable to make sure that we can continue to scale at this pace.

Advice to Management

Opencare has an amazing culture and I hope we can continue to keep it this great as we scale!

There's a huge emphasis on personal development so there are a lot of opportunities for personal and professional growth.

April 8, 2019

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April 8, 2021

What kind of career opportunities exist at Opencare?

Pros

-Values aren't just corporate jargon. Opencare is undoubtedly the most transparent company I've ever worked at. -Tons of opportunity to learn and grow and tackle new problems -Genuinely good people across the board. Everyone is open to helping others, collaborating and working together to grow the company

Cons

It's an early stage startup, and most of the cons are related to that (and are common across most early-stage companies): -Priorities and goals change relatively frequently. The overarching vision hasn't changed, but there's a lot of experimenting to figure out the best path forward. -There isn't always a ton of structure. Lots of room to improve structure as the org grows. -Roles aren't always clearly defined. To succeed at Opencare, you have to be flexible and willing to take on new challenges and pivot what you're doing.

Advice to Management

Keep prioritizing values and culture as the organization grows and to invest in hiring the right people to help accelerate growth.

Tons of opportunity to learn and grow and tackle new problems

April 8, 2021

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