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20 English questions out of 20

January 9, 2022

What is health insurance like at WorkWave?

Pros

You can work remotely here.

Cons

My company was bought out by WorkWave and I got to watch it go down the drain. I've made a list of cons below: 1 - management is clueless and untrustworthy. They fired high performers while people who aren't half as smart kept their jobs. 2 - leadership likes their processes. Any improvements suggested will be turned down, even if they help improve company operations. 3 - HR is ineffective at best and toxic at worst. For example, when my company was bought out, our savings accounts for health care suddenly weren't able to be rolled over and had to be used by an arbitrary date. People who had medical emergencies between the expiration and the new year were hurt by this. 4 - processes are surprisingly heavy in paperwork for a software company. 5 - feedback given from employees is ignored or derided. 6 - the organization does not have the organizational culture, leadership capability or institutional knowledge to successfully integrate all of their acquisitions with WorkWave. From what I've seen, WorkWave forces its methods on all of the companies it acquires and simply snuffs out any dissent 7 - health insurance is very expensive for what you get

Advice to Management

Leadership needs a complete overhaul. A new executive team that actually cares about its employees is needed.

health insurance is very expensive for what you get

January 9, 2022

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April 6, 2022

How are the career development opportunities at WorkWave?

Pros

This is a great company to work, my experience in sales has been amazing to say the least. You work remotely and are paid well plus you aren't micromanaged. You're given a clear career path that you can chose to go down or you can chose another department to go into if you want. The benefits are amazing and the work life balance is excellent. If you're in SaaS Sales, Workwave is a really good place to be.

Cons

None that I've seen, this is actually a great company that I was motivated to write a review for.

You're given a clear career path that you can chose to go down or you can chose another department to go into if you want.

April 6, 2022

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April 6, 2022

What kind of career opportunities exist at WorkWave?

Pros

Since joining WaveWave I have had the opportunity to work along some very knowledge and insightful people. The opportunity for advancement at the organization is available for all employees . I started as a BDR and was able to work my way up to an Account Executive in the six months I have been here. The team leads and managers provide exceptional training to get all their employees up to speed quickly. On top of the supportive staff, I have yet to work at a company that provides a better work-life balance than WorkWave. I’ve built great relationships with my colleagues thus far and look forward to creating more relationships with our clients. This company has grown substantially over the last year and I couldn’t be more grateful to work for an industry leader!

Cons

We are primarily a “work from home” company, however you do have the ability to work in the office in the office if that is your preference! It’s up to you!

The opportunity for advancement at the organization is available for all employees .

April 6, 2022

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April 6, 2022

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

Pros

Since joining WaveWave I have had the opportunity to work along some very knowledge and insightful people. The opportunity for advancement at the organization is available for all employees . I started as a BDR and was able to work my way up to an Account Executive in the six months I have been here. The team leads and managers provide exceptional training to get all their employees up to speed quickly. On top of the supportive staff, I have yet to work at a company that provides a better work-life balance than WorkWave. I’ve built great relationships with my colleagues thus far and look forward to creating more relationships with our clients. This company has grown substantially over the last year and I couldn’t be more grateful to work for an industry leader!

Cons

We are primarily a “work from home” company, however you do have the ability to work in the office in the office if that is your preference! It’s up to you!

The team leads and managers provide exceptional training to get all their employees up to speed quickly.

April 6, 2022

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January 9, 2022

What is the feeling of job security at WorkWave?

Pros

You can work remotely here.

Cons

My company was bought out by WorkWave and I got to watch it go down the drain. I've made a list of cons below: 1 - management is clueless and untrustworthy. They fired high performers while people who aren't half as smart kept their jobs. 2 - leadership likes their processes. Any improvements suggested will be turned down, even if they help improve company operations. 3 - HR is ineffective at best and toxic at worst. For example, when my company was bought out, our savings accounts for health care suddenly weren't able to be rolled over and had to be used by an arbitrary date. People who had medical emergencies between the expiration and the new year were hurt by this. 4 - processes are surprisingly heavy in paperwork for a software company. 5 - feedback given from employees is ignored or derided. 6 - the organization does not have the organizational culture, leadership capability or institutional knowledge to successfully integrate all of their acquisitions with WorkWave. From what I've seen, WorkWave forces its methods on all of the companies it acquires and simply snuffs out any dissent 7 - health insurance is very expensive for what you get

Advice to Management

Leadership needs a complete overhaul. A new executive team that actually cares about its employees is needed.

They fired high performers while people who aren't half as smart kept their jobs.

January 9, 2022

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