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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 Huddle.

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16 English questions out of 16

17 March 2021

Does Huddle offer parental leave?

Pros

Remote and flexible working with a global team across timezones Start-up culture within a well established company Generous leave and benefits

Cons

No real cons of note

Generous leave and benefits

17 March 2021

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10 October 2021

How are the career development opportunities at Huddle?

Pros

You have amazing people who are there for you. Career progression was great

Cons

Salary is bellow competition. Transparency was lacking in the end.

Advice to Management

Value your employees, they are making company an amazing place to work. Try to improve compensation package

Career progression was great

10 October 2021

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18 February 2020

What kind of career opportunities exist at Huddle?

Pros

- amazing people who are there to help you if you need and make job fun. - career growth opportunities but you need to show yourself. Don't expect promotions for doing nothing. - you and your team takes responsibility for work, if something isn't right be prepared to make it right. This is great to develop quickly and learn. - new technology to work with and use in real product. - opportunity to try yourself in different roles. - real team spirit and collaboration. - once again, people, you meet colleagues when you start, then they become your friends

Cons

- it's a small company, changes happen quickly and they can be big. This can be good and bad for some people.

opportunity to try yourself in different roles.

18 February 2020

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5 January 2020

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

Pros

Free lunch and breakfast two days a week People are willing to help and are lovely to work with.

Cons

There is a clear lack of structure and tools put in place to support you. The overall benefits of working for huddle are extremely poor and from what I heard, the turnover is incredibly high which most likely is related to this. Flexible working is not promoted within the business which prevents individuals from working to the best of their ability. A huge drinking culture which doesn’t cater to all employees with pretty much every social revolving around drinking. The induction training is pretty minimal with no set plan and you are left to do it alone. The business as a whole has a long way to come if they want to retain employees and clients too because huddle have failed to keep up with making their culture inclusive and a great place to be a part of.

Advice to Management

More time needs to be spent with defining customer success, pathing out ways in which people can progress their careers, culturally Huddle needs to be reassessed to create a culture where people can thrive and Huddle needs to really reassess why the turnover is high.

The induction training is pretty minimal with no set plan and you are left to do it alone.

5 January 2020

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18 February 2020

Are transfers to other offices possible with Huddle?

Pros

- amazing people who are there to help you if you need and make job fun. - career growth opportunities but you need to show yourself. Don't expect promotions for doing nothing. - you and your team takes responsibility for work, if something isn't right be prepared to make it right. This is great to develop quickly and learn. - new technology to work with and use in real product. - opportunity to try yourself in different roles. - real team spirit and collaboration. - once again, people, you meet colleagues when you start, then they become your friends

Cons

- it's a small company, changes happen quickly and they can be big. This can be good and bad for some people.

opportunity to try yourself in different roles.

18 February 2020

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