JustGiving Compensation FAQ

Read what JustGiving employees think about their compensation at the company.

JustGiving has a compensation and benefits rating of 3.4. If you want to know how much JustGiving employees make, head to their Salaries page to see a list of salaries per occupation, along with bonuses.

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6 December 2020

What is the salary like at JustGiving?

Pros

Wonderful cause, good work/life balance, some good people. Fair salaries. If you fit in, promotions are possible and there is a chance to move into other areas of the business.

Cons

Unrealistic targets can be set without adequate support. There are conflicting priorities and a lack of strong leadership. The lack of effective leadership has led to a culture of bullying and disrespect which when raised may get investigated but is tolerated. If you don't fit in, you won't feel welcome and in extreme cases will be pushed out by hostile members of staff. Pictures of Black fundraisers may be used on the website to promote a 'woke' image but there is a woeful lack of diversity within the company.

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Fair salaries.

6 December 2020

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7 February 2021

What are other benefits and incentives like at JustGiving?

Pros

Pay is decent (they've had to introduce some incentive) London office is alright

Cons

Low-skilled engineers have worked their way into higher positions, which has created surely one of the most dysfunctional engineering departments in London. You might ask how that happened, and according to present/past colleagues it took place sometime around a few years back when Just Giving changed hands to American ownership. What you now have is a collection of loud (and extremely defensive) 'old crowd' engineers who continuously blame each other and others for failure. If you don't believe me, try raising a pull request and see some of the comments you get - it truly is stunning. There's critical hostility with even basic concepts like Separation of Concerns completely misunderstood. Expect virtually zero innovation and for things to be done "the way they always have, because we know other things don't work". This is the perfect company to swallow the worst of the engineering talent in London, for anyone with any skills or ambitions, please do look elsewhere in the substantially more attractive market. London is full of great tech firms. That's exactly what I'm doing, don't waste your own time like I wasted mine.

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You have someone managed to promote Junior developers into Senior roles. I honestly can't think of many solutions to that situation - how are they able to judge or recruit anyone to replace them?

Pay is decent (they've had to introduce some incentive)

7 February 2021

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