Ably Senior Leadership FAQ

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

Ably has a Senior Management rating of 4.9, and Matthew O Riordan, the CEO of Ably, has an approval rating of 100% across the organisation.

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How are senior leaders perceived at Ably?

4 English reviews out of 4

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28 September 2021

Pros

- The people - Many company like to push the idea that they value their people and fail miserably at it. Ably on the other really looks after its people. You feel heard, part of the company and valued. - The leadership is very open, no yada yada or hiding of information behind an entaglement of words or complex speeches. The people is very much aware at all times what's going on in the company. - Expertise in the area, every single person I've met, dominates at great depth their area of work, which is essential for great success. - Leadership knows what they're doing and want to achieve with the product. - Remote work!!!! - Office doggos! - Fun and unassuming leadership. - Did I mention remote work?

Cons

- Not.A.Single.One. - NOT.A.SINGLE.ONE.BUT.IN.CAPITALS. - var = "not.a.single.one.but.in.a.variable."

The leadership is very open, no yada yada or hiding of information behind an entaglement of words or complex speeches.

28 September 2021

Reviewed by: Site Reliability Engineer in London, England (Current Employee)

23 September 2020

Pros

- The people working at Ably are brilliant. The company attracts a range of characters making it very easy to fit in. - A company that encourages learning and personal development. - Lots of social activities, even when everyone is working remotely. - The CEO has the drive to take Ably to unlimited heights. - Ably is actively building its own and contributing to existing developer communities. - Ably seems to attract a lot of interest from investors, which is always a good sign.

Cons

Being a start-up, Ably is still finding its way in some regards.

Advice to Management

I had a blast - keep doing what you're doing.

The CEO has the drive to take Ably to unlimited heights.

23 September 2020

Reviewed by: Marketing Executive in London, England (Former Employee)

28 September 2021

Pros

- The people - Many company like to push the idea that they value their people and fail miserably at it. Ably on the other really looks after its people. You feel heard, part of the company and valued. - The leadership is very open, no yada yada or hiding of information behind an entaglement of words or complex speeches. The people is very much aware at all times what's going on in the company. - Expertise in the area, every single person I've met, dominates at great depth their area of work, which is essential for great success. - Leadership knows what they're doing and want to achieve with the product. - Remote work!!!! - Office doggos! - Fun and unassuming leadership. - Did I mention remote work?

Cons

- Not.A.Single.One. - NOT.A.SINGLE.ONE.BUT.IN.CAPITALS. - var = "not.a.single.one.but.in.a.variable."

Fun and unassuming leadership.

28 September 2021

Reviewed by: Site Reliability Engineer in London, England (Current Employee)

28 September 2021

Pros

- The people - Many company like to push the idea that they value their people and fail miserably at it. Ably on the other really looks after its people. You feel heard, part of the company and valued. - The leadership is very open, no yada yada or hiding of information behind an entaglement of words or complex speeches. The people is very much aware at all times what's going on in the company. - Expertise in the area, every single person I've met, dominates at great depth their area of work, which is essential for great success. - Leadership knows what they're doing and want to achieve with the product. - Remote work!!!! - Office doggos! - Fun and unassuming leadership. - Did I mention remote work?

Cons

- Not.A.Single.One. - NOT.A.SINGLE.ONE.BUT.IN.CAPITALS. - var = "not.a.single.one.but.in.a.variable."

Leadership knows what they're doing and want to achieve with the product.

28 September 2021

Reviewed by: Site Reliability Engineer in London, England (Current Employee)

4 English reviews out of 4

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