Checkout.com Senior Leadership FAQ

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

Checkout.com has a Senior Management rating of 4.4, and Guillaume Pousaz, the CEO of Checkout.com, has an approval rating of 99% across the organisation.

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6 July 2021

How are senior leaders perceived at Checkout.com?

Pros

- Great and inspiring leadership and supportive management, different perspectives are always valued - The culture is really great, inclusive and people centric - You learn something new every day, work is never boring - Great team and collaboration - Lots of perks and benefits - Fast paced - Great work life balance and concern for employees wellness

Cons

None that I can think of at the moment

Advice to Management

Keep it up

Great and inspiring leadership and supportive management, different perspectives are always valued

6 July 2021

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1 July 2021

What are some insights into the strategy or vision at Checkout.com?

Pros

- Seemingly endless levels of trust and responsibility in employees, regardless of seniority. - A real drive to push employees to continue to learn, and to be constantly aware of their own weaknesses and strengths - Genuine care in the company from the vast majority of employees - People team do an excellent job of recruitment in terms of maintaining a culture conducive to forming genuine friendships and learning from others - Opportunities to genuinely impact the direction of a team from day 1 of joining (despite being about as junior as you can get), and this has only grown as I've proven myself capable of doing so

Cons

- Incredibly fast paced- some may not appreciate it; this is the first 'true' tech company I've worked at but others seem to suggest it's even fast moving for the tech world. Works for most but some certainly prefer a more tranquil environment. Personally think a fail fast mentality breeds far greater results but individual preference - A risk of losing the culture as the company grows seemingly exponentially

Advice to Management

Continue to do as you're doing, but always keep an eye on the hiring profiles to maintain the culture that makes working in CKO so great.

Seemingly endless levels of trust and responsibility in employees, regardless of seniority.

1 July 2021

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