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17 English questions out of 17

20 February 2022

How are the career development opportunities at EVBox?

Pros

Diverse environment, cool office, developed market where you have tons of opportunities to learn and to grow

Cons

You may encounter some communications issues between the departments. However, this is a great place to work and to enhance your skills.

Diverse environment, cool office, developed market where you have tons of opportunities to learn and to grow

20 February 2022

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7 November 2021

What kind of career opportunities exist at EVBox?

Pros

The dynamic movement of the market and the industry allows you to find opportunities to grow if you are able to show drive and clear business opportunities.

Cons

At times, it feels like there is a lack of direction and plan. This makes you take a bottoms-up approach when taking important decisions, which should have been taken by senior management.

The dynamic movement of the market and the industry allows you to find opportunities to grow if you are able to show drive and clear business opportunities.

7 November 2021

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22 February 2022

How are promotions handled at EVBox?

Pros

Nice collegaues and new office. Easy promotion in certain departments.

Cons

Bad Management without any experience. They just save the day and go for their next career step. Nothing planned in any team level for individual growth. Startup environment with uncertain processes.

Easy promotion in certain departments.

22 February 2022

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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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24 June 2021

How are senior leaders perceived at EVBox?

Pros

- European companies are better to their employees, generally, than US employers - There are a lot of excellent people here. Culture generally upbeat - Good market ahead for EV charging. Decent product to offer. - Opportunity to travel to Europe - My check never bounced - Overall a good company culture - Ambitious CEO does an overall good job

Cons

- Directed to operate counter to market norms, a failed effort that was a complete waste of time. Then blamed for the outcome. - Company changed a lot after acquisition from Engie - Promised new product didn't materialize - More marketing, events, and order-taking oriented. Field sales not supported - The boss didn't manage well, inexperienced, abusive, and kept on board too long, really drug down everyone's morale. Some left. - Changed comp plan mid-stream in a way that was unfair and demotivating - Was in a difficult position of being told not to share certain things with CEO he should have known

Advice to Management

CEO, don't let your management team filter information you need to know.

Was in a difficult position of being told not to share certain things with CEO he should have known

24 June 2021

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