- 5.0Feb 9, 2021
Well funded. Embraces diversity. Good learning opportunities.Product OwnerCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearToronto, ON
Well funded: the owners of the company seem to see it as a long-term investment and the company is well funded. The company will do well in the long-term. Very friendly colleagues: no cultural issues really. Everybody seems humble and ready to help. Good culture despite the challenges with Covid. Flexibility to work on different projects: there are many opportunities to get involved in different initiatives. Management is flexible. Good opportunities to grow within the company: as a growing start-up, there are many opportunities to grow. Diversity: people in the Toronto office are from all over the world and the company has offices in India as well. The clients are also spread throughout Europe and the Americas. Work-life balance: people work hard but that's not anything new in the Toronto tech scene. I would say it is pretty fair. Transparency: there’s a business and a tech town hall every week. We get regular updates on how the business is doing (revenue, sales, product, etc). Having been in opaque organizations before I can tell that the company tries to communicate as much as possible which is something I appreciate. Overall my experience has been pretty positive.
It is challenging to test new product updates during the current pandemic since not many people are flying.1
- 5.0Jul 8, 2022Human Resources AssistantCurrent Employee, less than 1 year
This company values a positive company culture and really makes an effort to make their staff feel valued. The HR team plans monthly social events. Staff lunch every Wednesday. The executives are so chill! They have lunch with the rest of the team and play ping pong. With half the company being in India they are always stressing how we are all one company. Everyone is genuinely kind and helpful!
Bring more people back to the office, it’s more fun! But nothing too serious of a con to list
- 2.0Mar 12, 2022Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
good starting point for a career.
very low growth rate, and the increments happen not on the basis of knowledge but on the manager's preference about which person he likes more.1