RetailMeNot Benefits FAQ

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June 12, 2019

Pros

Free parking at Frost Bank Free breakfast on Mondays and Fridays Free lunch every day except Wednesdays Free snacks and drinks Free coffee at the coffee bar Reimbursed for phone bill and gym bill Free wellness/exercise classes Great culture and values Friendly coworkers Diverse RxSaver is growing rapidly and is an exciting space to be in

Cons

"Unlimited PTO" when you're being recruited, "Flexible" PTO once you actually start Relatively recent layoffs No longer a company where engineering is valued Engineers are leaving in frightening numbers, and leadership does not prioritize backfilling positions, resulting in significant loss of knowledge. Some teams are down to a single developer. Projects are being moved to teams who have no idea how to support them. The company was not willing to sacrifice short-term revenue for long-term growth and success back when we had the personnel to handle it, now teams are just trying to get out of maintenance and support mode. A lot of friction when onboarding new engineers There used to be a Wednesday work from home policy that was eliminated early this year. The number of summer interns has decreased this year from the previous year.

Advice to Management

Layoffs and attrition have dragged on too long (still going on!) and needs to be addressed immediately as morale is at an all-time low.

Free coffee at the coffee bar

June 12, 2019

Reviewed by: Software Engineer in Austin, TX (Current Employee)

June 25, 2019

Pros

There are a lot of highly intelligent and capable people at this company. The perks are by far the best I've seen in Austin( free parking in Austin, free hot catered lunches or full salad bar 4 days a week, amazing and healthy choice of snacks, and a Juice bar as well as a full coffee bar with a barista). The view from my desk is amazing, and I'm not even a senior leader.

Cons

There is not a clear alignment between the c level and senior leaders on strategy. There is a lot of work to be done on the product end of the business and that has left salespeople with not a lot of leverage in their sales. The current leadership is not to blame for this as they inherited this from the previous CEO. A company doesn't get this way overnight.

Advice to Management

Ensure that your senior leaders are actually aligned completely with the C Level's strategy and then communicate that down to the mid level managers and individual contributors. Just because someone is in a meeting with you doesn't mean that they are communicating what is happening. You say that transparency is important but not everyone's definition of transparency is the same.

The perks are by far the best I've seen in Austin( free parking in Austin, free hot catered lunches or full salad bar 4 days a week, amazing and healthy choice of snacks, and a Juice bar as well as a full coffee bar with a barista).

June 25, 2019

Reviewed by: Mid-Level Manager in Austin, TX (Current Employee)

June 12, 2019

Pros

Free parking at Frost Bank Free breakfast on Mondays and Fridays Free lunch every day except Wednesdays Free snacks and drinks Free coffee at the coffee bar Reimbursed for phone bill and gym bill Free wellness/exercise classes Great culture and values Friendly coworkers Diverse RxSaver is growing rapidly and is an exciting space to be in

Cons

"Unlimited PTO" when you're being recruited, "Flexible" PTO once you actually start Relatively recent layoffs No longer a company where engineering is valued Engineers are leaving in frightening numbers, and leadership does not prioritize backfilling positions, resulting in significant loss of knowledge. Some teams are down to a single developer. Projects are being moved to teams who have no idea how to support them. The company was not willing to sacrifice short-term revenue for long-term growth and success back when we had the personnel to handle it, now teams are just trying to get out of maintenance and support mode. A lot of friction when onboarding new engineers There used to be a Wednesday work from home policy that was eliminated early this year. The number of summer interns has decreased this year from the previous year.

Advice to Management

Layoffs and attrition have dragged on too long (still going on!) and needs to be addressed immediately as morale is at an all-time low.

Free breakfast on Mondays and Fridays

June 12, 2019

Reviewed by: Software Engineer in Austin, TX (Current Employee)

3 English reviews out of 3