Mojio - Sweatshop for T-Mobile | Glassdoor.ca
  1. Helpful (4)

    "Sweatshop for T-Mobile"

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee 
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I have been working at Mojio full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Free lunches Commute is good if you are in South Bay Some talented people in engineering team

    Cons

    Mojio is a sweatshop for T-Mobile. If you enjoy working long hours and weekends for iterative projects, by all means, go for it. The product has not changed in years and the management does not seem like what they are doing. They claim to have new customers, but at best it is another iterative version of the same product. Employees are not treated with respect. The CEO keeps cursing in meetings, bullies everyone... in sight. You need to be a yes man to keep your position. Career advancement opportunities are minimal. It has been a small startup for 7 years with very little growth. All of engineering reports into one person. I will leave to your imagination how she finds the time to work with everyone, provide guidance and be on top of the projects. All in all, it will be an acceptable place if you are starting up in your career and need to add some experience to your resume. If you are an experienced engineer and want challenging projects, look elsewhere as they won't be able to give you one.

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    Mojio2019-05-29

    Mojio Response

    June 4, 2019CEO

    Thank you for bringing your concerns to our attention. While I can understand the urge to vent if you are feeling overworked and frustrated, doing so anonymously on a public forum does not give me the impression that you have Mojio's best interests at heart. After all, each and ...

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  1. Helpful (1)

    "Best employer of my career so far"

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Vancouver, BC
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at Mojio full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    This is a company with momentum. I’ve never worked in a place with such clear goals that everyone understands and works towards. Sure, the goals are big and change from quarter to quarter, but that’s what keeps things interesting. The leadership team is decisive and motivated, and as an employee (and optionholder) that is exactly what I want to see. There is a culture here of individual responsibility. That’s... not fluff; it really does feel like everyone has a real interest in moving the company forward rather than just being along for the ride. This one thing has a very big positive impact on the day-to-day work atmosphere. You would have to search very hard to find a Vancouver company that matches the perks that Mojio provides. Lunches, company outings, good vacation policy and big referral bonuses are some of them. The generous per-person budget for professional education is another. There is flexibility with work location and hours. All in all, I feel well taken care of. Career growth is super important to me, and I feel there are solid opportunities at Mojio. I know it’ll be up to me to carve out my own path and step up, but that’s what startup life is all about — there’s no defined ladder. In my time here (less than a year) I’ve seen a number of people take on new leadership positions, which is a great signal that Mojio promotes from within.

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    Cons

    This is not a con, but it is something to keep in mind: Mojio is a startup. Like any startup, the pace is fast and priorities change often. Anyone joining Mojio should look forward to some uncertainty, because along with that goes the excitement of building something cool. The current Vancouver office (Howe Street) is a bit too small for the number of people working there, but that will change in July 2019 when... we move to our new office.

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    Mojio2019-06-03
  2. "Great Company"

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    Former Contractor - Anonymous Contractor 
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook

    I worked at Mojio

    Pros

    Welcoming workplace, conveniently located. Easy going friendly managers

    Cons

    None that comes to mind

    Mojio2018-02-26

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