Paddle FAQ

Have questions about working at Paddle? Read answers to frequently asked questions to help you make a choice before applying to a job or accepting a job offer.

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 Paddle.

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23 English questions out of 23

1 September 2019

Does Paddle offer sponsored degrees?

Pros

* Constant drive for improvement and success but not at the cost of employees * Benefits of a corporate firm at a scale-up size >> Healthcare, Food, Exercise, Education etc. * You can see the impact of your actions both in Customers and internally * Continuous learning no matter how much previous experience you had * Flat management Structure

Cons

* Lots of self-initiative required to have impact * Constantly changing environment which isn't for everyone * Get out what you put in

up size >> Healthcare, Food, Exercise, Education etc.

1 September 2019

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21 August 2019

Does Paddle offer an employee assistance or workplace counselling program?

Pros

Paddle is an inclusive and friendly place to work. You have the opportunity to learn lots from talented colleagues and resources and that includes skills that are outside your core team. They have some awesome benefits that show trust in their employees - flexible working, unlimited holiday. In addition, they care about you as a person and try to set you up for success through different initiatives like mental health support, coaching, office hours with different departments. You have the opportunity to move up in the company as internal promotions are very common.

Cons

As the company moves from startup to scale up they are experiencing some growing pains around processes. Change is often and you have to flexible to adapt.

They have some awesome benefits that show trust in their employees

21 August 2019

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10 July 2021

Does Paddle offer unlimited holiday?

Pros

Strong leadership Solid purpose and mission Great product Some nice perks and benefits including unlimited holiday, remote working stipend, £1000 individual learning budget, working remote and an awesome office Scaling fast so lots of opportunities to grow and progress my career

Cons

None yet, all very refreshing

Advice to Management

Keep doing what you're doing, stay visible and open, sharing company news so we can stay aligned and connected to the mission.

Some nice perks and benefits including unlimited holiday, remote working stipend, £1000 individual learning budget, working remote and an awesome office

10 July 2021

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20 October 2019

Does Paddle offer massages?

Pros

Free massage and office location

Cons

Too many problems to articulate

Free massage and office location

20 October 2019

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7 August 2019

Does Paddle offer parental leave?

Pros

- At Paddle, your role can be what you make of it - If you take initiative, you are rewarded and managers go out of their way to support you - One of the most broad-minded people policies and benefits - As a first time mum, I found my transition to work post maternity break the easiest amongst my peer group - Understanding manager, Flexible working all ensured that only work matters and not where you do it it from

Cons

Like any start-up, as the dust from the rapid scaling up settles for a while, it is now time to focus on developing people with internal moves, career development frameworks and more strategic people initiatives! I would love to see more of that!

As a first time mum, I found my transition to work post maternity break the easiest amongst my peer group

7 August 2019

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