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Plenty of Fish Overview

Vancouver, BC
51 to 200 employees
2003
Company - Public
Internet
Unknown / Non-Applicable
Founded in Vancouver, Canada in 2003, Plenty of Fish is one of the early pioneers in the online dating industry with one of the largest and most diverse communities of singles.

Plenty of Fish is available in 11 languages and more than 20 countries worldwide ... Read more

Mission: We don't just match, we engineer your happily ever after


Company Updates

  • POF is growing; today we're looking for a Systems Administrator to join our tight knit Operations team! This is an exciting opportunity to work with the latest technology. For more information, take a look at the POF careers page. >>

    POF Careers - Systems Administrator

    POF is looking for a great Systems Administrator. Learn more on the POF Careers page!

  • We're hiring! POF is looking for a Senior Site Reliability Engineer, a jack of all trades who is an expert on all things Linux, but is comfortable in Windows and willing to adapt and learn anything that comes their way. This is a critical role within our organization. It is a clean slate for you to build on, with the best hardware available on the market at your disposal. More information on our careers page. >>

    POF Careers - Senior Site Reliability Engineer

    POF is looking for a great Senior Site Reliability Engineer. Learn more on the POF Careers page!

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Plenty of Fish – Why Work With Us?


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Plenty of Fish Reviews

  • Featured Review

    Helpful (1)

    "Awesome culture, transparent leadership, all-around good human beings"

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    Current Employee - Senior Brand Manager in Vancouver, BC
    Current Employee - Senior Brand Manager in Vancouver, BC
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at Plenty of Fish full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    - Genuine and kind people across all departments who actually want to help each other
    - Solid leadership who exercises transparency and a culture of trust
    - Leadership team actually listens to employee feedback (ex. Lack of work-from-home policy was changed based on feedback and positive results during Covid)
    - Exciting and challenging industry
    - Diversity both in terms of gender and ethnicity throughout company
    - Opportunity for growth
    - Good compensation and benefits package
    - Company puts its people first - clearly shown in how they handled Covid
    - It’s clear the company prioritizes culture through honest and clear communication, trust in employees, empowering employees...plus little perks like “snack boxes” during mandatory work-from-home policy during Covid

    Cons

    Not really any cons at this moment

    Advice to Management

    Keep up the great work building and maintaining such great culture!

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Plenty of Fish Interviews

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    Associate Director Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Vancouver, BC
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Plenty of Fish (Vancouver, BC) in March 2020.

    Interview

    Tedious, final interview ended up asking me to present 3 questions, which was delivered but despite that, the management demanded to hear "solution" rather than what was asked of me. When a better or "different" strategy was presented they dismissed me. However, two days later my ideas were announced as their new strategy to all the POF members on their app. When asked - HR denied and said my claims lacked merit. Um...not really, if you just implemented my suggestions without thought to intellectual property or ethics. Job interviewees should not be taken as FREE CONSULTANTS and for granted, and their ideas should be paid for and used with permission at the very least. How can you ask someone you are interviewing for a solution? It is not a pitch, it is a job interview only and should be based on past experiences and ability. POF should not pretend to hire and then just steal other peoples' ideas because management lacks them. Warning. POF is totally unethical and lack vision, knowledge and strategic vision. AVOID.

    Interview Questions

    • Tell us what content you like, what content you do not like and what content is missing.   1 Answer
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Plenty of Fish Awards & Accolades

  • One of BC's Top Employers for 2020, BC's Top Employers, 2020

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