WorkWave Senior Leadership FAQ

Read what WorkWave employees think about senior leadership and the CEO at the company.

WorkWave has a Senior Management rating of 3.8, and David Giannetto, the CEO of WorkWave, has an approval rating of 100% across the organisation.

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September 30, 2019

How are senior leaders perceived at WorkWave?

Pros

One of the things that drew me to WorkWave in the beginning was the collaborative environment, and one year later I can say confidently that I am not disappointed. There is a great amount of energy within this company, and that is all thanks to the hardworking and talented staff that I get to engage with every day. Leadership within the company recognizes this as well, and they are quick to deliver words of encouragement, spotlight hard-earned achievements, and even deliver little surprises to help make their employees' days a little brighter (special shout out to Belgian waffle day!) Aside from the culture though, professionally I am equally as enthusiastic about the opportunities here at WorkWave. Personally, I have grown more in one year at WorkWave than I have at any other place of employment; partially due to having a great supportive team, but also in part to having senior leadership who recognize opportunities for employees to rise to the occasion and embrace new skills, or even bring a new perspective to a project. I am so proud of this company, and beyond thankful for the opportunities it has presented to me.

Cons

I strongly believe that we are a strong, growing company. And as with any company we experience growing pains, whether it be through evolving processes, the reorganization of priorities, etc. That being said, the leadership at WorkWave acknowledges this and has been very transparent with their efforts to continue to address the growing team, transformative projects, and manage the mounting potential that WorkWave has.

Personally, I have grown more in one year at WorkWave than I have at any other place of employment; partially due to having a great supportive team, but also in part to having senior leadership who recognize opportunities for employees to rise to the occasion and embrace new skills, or even bring a new perspective to a project.

September 30, 2019

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March 26, 2021

What are some insights into the strategy or vision at WorkWave?

Pros

Extensive Onboarding Experience, CEO Support, & Friendly Coworkers

Cons

Unrealistic revenue projections due to outdated software, poor customer service, and lack of product innovation.

Advice to Management

Formulate a plan of success proven to systemically build a formidable pipeline, realistic sales expectations, due to a saturated market that has increasingly taken market share in all sectors of WorkWave Field Service Specialty Products.

Unrealistic revenue projections due to outdated software, poor customer service, and lack of product innovation.

March 26, 2021

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