Q4 Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what Q4 employees think about diversity and inclusion at the company, and if their workforce is comprised and supportive of individuals of varying gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion and other attributes.

Q4 has a diversity rating of 4.2.

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Does there seem to be diversity at Q4?

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February 11, 2020

Pros

Being Great Place to Work® Certified™, I would say people are easy to work with and lots of respect and empathy for Co-workers. Good Opportunity to learn about different technologies and a huge movement towards diversity and inclusion. It's been 2 years for me working in Q4 and i can say you will be surely recognized for your performance.

Cons

Sometimes work can be overloaded, so you need to Prioritize things but i guess that's how it works.

Good Opportunity to learn about different technologies and a huge movement towards diversity and inclusion.

February 11, 2020

Reviewed by: Senior Systems Administrator (Current Employee)

April 6, 2021

Pros

- Some people are genius (although their titles often do not reflect that, see cons) - Collaborative culture of a fast-paced startup - There are several strong managers (if you're lucky enough to be in those teams) - Good People and Culture team: team activities, uber eats vouchers, diversity workshops, trivia nights, etc - Good socials

Cons

- Most people are terribly overworked. Seeing half the company active on Slack at 11 pm is not an unusual thing. Q4 calls it "growing pains" but the reality is, they have many west-coast clients that are being served by the east-coast team. Some managers do encourage their people to stop working at 5 but with the amount of work you're expected to do, it's simply impossible. - Zero loyalty to employees. You can spend 7+ years with this company and be fired in a hot second just because a newly hired manager said so. Many employees feel extremely unsafe. Very high churn rate. - Favoritism is a thing at Q4 when it comes to promotions. - Low pay compared to market value. Two people doing the exact same job can have 10-15K difference in salaries. - A significant number of clients have insane requests and expect you to work around the clock. Q4 won't blame you for not responding to them at night, but you will be expected to work late nights if that's what it takes to get the job done. Many employees do not know what it's like to close their laptop at 5 or even at 6. Makes it really difficult to have a life outside of work. - Employees are not being asked to review their managers' performance.

Advice to Management

You're hiring a ton of people every single week so it's not like you're severely understaffed - there needs to be a team of support agents, account managers, and devs to support west coast clients. Have some respect for individuals that dedicated a significant part of their careers to Q4. Everyone understands that restructuring is inevitable, but firing people right left and center does you no favours, especially when those people are being respected by many other people within the company.

Good People and Culture team: team activities, uber eats vouchers, diversity workshops, trivia nights, etc

April 6, 2021

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Anonymous Employee)

2 English reviews out of 2

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