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Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at EVBox.

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19 English questions out of 19

28 May 2019

How are the career development opportunities at EVBox?

Pros

Nice people across all levels in the hierarchy Led by a strong vision Good work by HR & leadership in creating a positive, inclusive, and open culture Exciting industry Good opportunities for career progression/change of direction

Cons

Some growing pains because of rapid international expansion where different regions have different needs - Having worked with a couple of startups and scale-ups I don't think it is beyond what is normal though. A lot of people seem to work very hard, but for the most part this seems to be by choice and recognised e.g. with new career opportunities rather than that people are pressured into it.

Good opportunities for career progression/change of direction

28 May 2019

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28 May 2019

What kind of career opportunities exist at EVBox?

Pros

Nice people across all levels in the hierarchy Led by a strong vision Good work by HR & leadership in creating a positive, inclusive, and open culture Exciting industry Good opportunities for career progression/change of direction

Cons

Some growing pains because of rapid international expansion where different regions have different needs - Having worked with a couple of startups and scale-ups I don't think it is beyond what is normal though. A lot of people seem to work very hard, but for the most part this seems to be by choice and recognised e.g. with new career opportunities rather than that people are pressured into it.

Good opportunities for career progression/change of direction

28 May 2019

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21 May 2019

Does EVBox have any sort of mentoring programme?

Pros

- no differentiation between an intern and a full-time employee - ability to take ownership - endless opportunities to develop and grow - cross-functional projects with other departments - continuous feedback from supervisor/manager/colleagues throughout the internship - ability to bring in own ideas

Cons

- too little time for too many things that could be realised - (too) fast pace environment

continuous feedback from supervisor/manager/colleagues throughout the internship

21 May 2019

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17 January 2020

How do employees feel about their professional development opportunities at EVBox?

Pros

Overall people are friendly and hard working

Cons

1 - company is not lucrative. Business model is not solid and profitable. Company survives with the money injected by Engie. 2 - company not longer invests in employees. Cut employee benefits. No investment in training and growing employees 3 - many employees leave the company. Sometimes under unclear circumstances 4 - many leaders and managers are inexperienced leading and growing people 5 - top management distant from most employees 6 - sound mission in theory but company do little or nothing to change the world beyond selling charging stations and software

Advice to Management

Build a strong, solid and long term profitable business model. Invest in people. Live up the mission and change the world beyond selling hw and sw.

No investment in training and growing employees

17 January 2020

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28 May 2019

How are senior leaders perceived at EVBox?

Pros

Nice people across all levels in the hierarchy Led by a strong vision Good work by HR & leadership in creating a positive, inclusive, and open culture Exciting industry Good opportunities for career progression/change of direction

Cons

Some growing pains because of rapid international expansion where different regions have different needs - Having worked with a couple of startups and scale-ups I don't think it is beyond what is normal though. A lot of people seem to work very hard, but for the most part this seems to be by choice and recognised e.g. with new career opportunities rather than that people are pressured into it.

Good work by HR & leadership in creating a positive, inclusive, and open culture

28 May 2019

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