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6 October 2019

What is the company culture like at FreeAgent?

Pros

The office culture is great - there’s a real emphasis on collaboration. The planning cycles work really well, meaning everyone is working towards the same goal.

Cons

There is rapid growth, which is exciting but we have probably passed the point where you know who everyone is and what they do.

Advice to Management

Make sure the culture is protected at all costs.

The office culture is great

6 October 2019

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31 August 2019

What are co-workers like at FreeAgent?

Pros

Innovative company with well structured new staff training process, career development, amazing benefits including private health care, generous holiday allowance, work from home and many more; great team, supportive management

Cons

Nothing I can think of

Innovative company with well structured new staff training process, career development, amazing benefits including private health care, generous holiday allowance, work from home and many more; great team, supportive management

31 August 2019

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11 September 2020

What are meetings like at FreeAgent?

Pros

I've been at FreeAgent for almost a year now and I can't rate FreeAgent highly enough. I would give more stars if I could. The bottom line is that FreeAgent take care of their people. They invest heavily in finding the best talent, and then treat them the best. They have very generous benefits (that I personally have found very extremely useful) and twice-yearly *thorough* reviews. There's a fantastic onboarding regime, weekly town hall meetings and active encouragement to learn, grow and further your career. Management are friendly and approachable, and the rest of the staff are amazing - I've yet to meet a colleague that I don't like or even have any reservations about which is amazing for a company of this size. There's a no-blame culture when things go wrong, and no egos to contend with. Everyone rallies around when necessary and even though there are many sub-teams, there is always an eagerness to help each other. FreeAgent were ahead of the curve in supporting fully remote team workers and so with the Covid-19 crisis, they were able to deal with everyone switching to remote working with relative ease. FreeAgent are a people-first company and in my opinion it pays off enormously with Loyalty and Pride which translates to a better product because everyone genuinely cares.

Cons

I used to think I would dislike working in a "Happy, Clappy" environment. People at FreeAgent do celebrate each other's successes, no matter how big or small, and because it always comes across as genuine (at least to me) it feels good to be part of it. However, if you *really* don't like that sort of thing then that's the only potential negative i can think of.

Advice to Management

Keep doing what you're doing. You've set up a fantastic environment for like-minded people to work together and give their best. I'm really not sure what else I could as for.

There's a fantastic onboarding regime, weekly town hall meetings and active encouragement to learn, grow and further your career.

11 September 2020

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29 October 2018

What is the work environment like at FreeAgent?

Pros

Great culture. Great approach to work. Everyone is very great to work with. Work is fun and challenging. Many opportunities to get involved with things outside your own team.

Cons

New ownership leaves questions but so far it's business as usual

Work is fun and challenging.

29 October 2018

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6 February 2020

How is the office food at FreeAgent?

Pros

Great company culture which goes far beyond the free food and pool tables! There is a genuine focus on putting employees first and ensuring people are happy in their work. I would say the best thing about FreeAgent is the connectivity and communication between teams - everyone is aligned in their goals and work together seamlessly to achieve these and improve where-ever possible. You are encouraged and feel comfortable contributing to discussions from day 1 - everyone is very friendly and welcoming.

Cons

Haven't come across one yet

Great company culture which goes far beyond the free food and pool tables!

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