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12 English questions out of 12

October 21, 2021

What are some insights into the strategy or vision at Tribe (Canada)?

Pros

While many companies still seem to be struggling with the shift toward remote work, Tribe has nailed it perfectly. They offer subsidies for setting up a home office, flexible work hours, great benefits, and the company culture is fantastic. There are interest-based discussion channels and local meet-ups on weekends for those in close proximity to one another. The onboarding process was intuitive and completely painless, and they did a great job of making me feel welcome and like part of the time as soon as I joined. I also really appreciated how approachable the leadership team is, whether you're a senior manager or an intern, they're always willing to hear people out. The mission of the company (helping people help each other) also really resonated with me, and everything they do seems to be shot through with that same optimism.

Cons

Honestly, I have no complaints. The only reason I left was because I got an offer for a more senior position and even then, it wasn't an easy decision.

Advice to Management

Keep up the great work!

The mission of the company (helping people help each other) also really resonated with me, and everything they do seems to be shot through with that same optimism.

October 21, 2021

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October 21, 2021

How are senior leaders perceived at Tribe (Canada)?

Pros

While many companies still seem to be struggling with the shift toward remote work, Tribe has nailed it perfectly. They offer subsidies for setting up a home office, flexible work hours, great benefits, and the company culture is fantastic. There are interest-based discussion channels and local meet-ups on weekends for those in close proximity to one another. The onboarding process was intuitive and completely painless, and they did a great job of making me feel welcome and like part of the time as soon as I joined. I also really appreciated how approachable the leadership team is, whether you're a senior manager or an intern, they're always willing to hear people out. The mission of the company (helping people help each other) also really resonated with me, and everything they do seems to be shot through with that same optimism.

Cons

Honestly, I have no complaints. The only reason I left was because I got an offer for a more senior position and even then, it wasn't an easy decision.

Advice to Management

Keep up the great work!

I also really appreciated how approachable the leadership team is, whether you're a senior manager or an intern, they're always willing to hear people out.

October 21, 2021

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August 3, 2020

What kind of career opportunities exist at Tribe (Canada)?

Pros

- The people at Tribe are empathetic, driven, and amazingly supportive! Open and transparent culture. - A remote-first organization that hires great people -- you'll love your co-workers. - An innovative market-defining product that's going to change the future of community building. - Great opportunity to work on big, complex projects and with well-known brands that are transforming the way their organizations are building online communities. - Strong cash flow. Also, backed by some of the top investors.

Cons

Since the company is growing rapidly, you need to be fluid. Adapting to quick changes can be difficult for some people.

Advice to Management

Focus on devising a solid plan to maintain a sustainable culture as we grow with an emphasis on results, ingenuity, and empathy.

Great opportunity to work on big, complex projects and with well

August 3, 2020

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August 4, 2020

How is management perceived at Tribe (Canada)?

Pros

Very exciting company to work at. The team is growing very fast. If you are doing very well in your position, you would have the chance to get promoted soon. You can communicate your concerns with your managers and even the founders. The management and the founders are very good listeners. They empower the employees by giving them the chance to escalate their concerns, feedback, and suggestions to the board team. The entire team is very responsive. They always unblock you before taking care of their own personal tasks.

Cons

The company is growing so fast so the process in different departments might get changes more often. You should keep yourself updated to make sure you are not missing the new process/regulations. Although the management team documents all the updates, you still need to check out the updated process once in a while, especially when you are communicating with the customers.

The management and the founders are very good listeners.

August 4, 2020

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October 21, 2021

What is the company culture like at Tribe (Canada)?

Pros

While many companies still seem to be struggling with the shift toward remote work, Tribe has nailed it perfectly. They offer subsidies for setting up a home office, flexible work hours, great benefits, and the company culture is fantastic. There are interest-based discussion channels and local meet-ups on weekends for those in close proximity to one another. The onboarding process was intuitive and completely painless, and they did a great job of making me feel welcome and like part of the time as soon as I joined. I also really appreciated how approachable the leadership team is, whether you're a senior manager or an intern, they're always willing to hear people out. The mission of the company (helping people help each other) also really resonated with me, and everything they do seems to be shot through with that same optimism.

Cons

Honestly, I have no complaints. The only reason I left was because I got an offer for a more senior position and even then, it wasn't an easy decision.

Advice to Management

Keep up the great work!

They offer subsidies for setting up a home office, flexible work hours, great benefits, and the company culture is fantastic.

October 21, 2021

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