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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 Netdata.

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13 English questions out of 13

28 February 2021

How are the career development opportunities at Netdata?

Pros

- Fully remote with flexible working hours - Clear career path - Neverending opportunities - Great Recognition and rewards - Innovation is embedded in the company's DNA - Good tech stack - Nothing is written in stone - Substance over image - "We're all in this together" culture - Transparency - Clear vision. We think with the endgame in mind - Joyful and helpful colleagues

Cons

Internal teams consist of members scattered in too many different timezones

Great Recognition and rewards

28 February 2021

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18 February 2021

What kind of career opportunities exist at Netdata?

Pros

Netdata does all the basics right: they care about employees, offer a career path and learning opportunities, pay on time. The people are nice, there is transparency, flat hierarchies. Working autonomously is appreciated.

Cons

Not an issue and is as expected: you have to wear many hats as expected in small companies.

Netdata does all the basics right: they care about employees, offer a career path and learning opportunities, pay on time.

18 February 2021

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10 February 2022

How are senior leaders perceived at Netdata?

Pros

- good salary - flex hours

Cons

- unrealistic expectations - unprofessional workplace (people are smoking and rolling cigarettes on calls, literally) - zero onboarding - insane backlog that prohibits any innovation - not an industry competitor - CEO has final say on every single design or feature decision making the process extremely bloated - your ideas do not matter - not even one single woman that works outside the HR department for this company

Advice to Management

Good luck procuring more funding or competing with anyone in infrastructure monitoring.

CEO has final say on every single design or feature decision making the process extremely bloated

10 February 2022

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31 January 2022

How is management perceived at Netdata?

Pros

- High salary compare to the market - Remote working

Cons

Writing this as an honest review so new joiners are aware of what to expect. A real pity as this is great open source project which can really make a difference in the industry but needs different management style and operating model. Still struggling after two years of funding to become a payed product or gain more users. Overall negative company culture and wrong approach as a top down business development which doesn't give enough space or freedom to its very skill-full individuals that are trying to take the product to the next level. CEO is micromanaging and holding on to workers' job duties, instead of devoting energy to more important, bigger-picture tasks. Or as they said on first few weeks of employment 'the greek boss is always right'. For a series A startup the delivery is vey slow (from engineering and product perspective) and needs some push.

Advice to Management

Investors need to rethink or restructure the higher management in order for the company to succeed.

Or as they said on first few weeks of employment 'the greek boss is always right'.

31 January 2022

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7 February 2022

What is the company culture like at Netdata?

Pros

Netdata is an aspiring startup offering multiple challenges on different areas. Key highlights: * 100% remote * good culture with transparency, flat hierarchies and great team effort spirit * supportive and very accessible leadership team * good salary

Cons

Netdata is a company that is attentive to its opportunities and pains. It tries to adapt and reshape itself to ensure its culture and organization are in the best shape to achieve the business goals. This isn't bad by itself but some stability is needed to give the teams time and space to grow and mature.

good culture with transparency, flat hierarchies and great team effort spirit

7 February 2022

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