Paysafe Group Management FAQ

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Paysafe Group has a positive Business Outlook of 82%.

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1 January 2021

How is management perceived at Paysafe Group?

Pros

Okay benefits, freedom to work from home, nice offices with some employee perks like lunches, free coffee, snacks. 7 days per year sick leave starting with 3 weeks per year vacation.

Cons

Ancient corporate structure, male dominated leadership team, 1990's work mentality (show up at 9am or be reprimanded), poor management, severe micromanaging, favouritism, nepotism in the Montreal office, dishonest about commission payouts, not paying commissions at all, using complicated equations to calculate commissions leaving out transparency to employees, extremely high workload often unachievable even if working 60+ per week, low pay, conflict amongst departments, manual workload, unorganized CRMs relying solely on employees to manage and organize workload then reprimanding employees when expectations aren't met, lack of leadership and support, understaffed across the board

Advice to Management

Put your employees first instead of yourself.

Ancient corporate structure, male dominated leadership team, 1990's work mentality (show up at 9am or be reprimanded), poor management, severe micromanaging, favouritism, nepotism in the Montreal office, dishonest about commission payouts, not paying commissions at all, using complicated equations to calculate commissions leaving out transparency to employees, extremely high workload often unachievable even if working 60+ per week, low pay, conflict amongst departments, manual workload, unorganized CRMs relying solely on employees to manage and organize workload then reprimanding employees when expectations aren't met, lack of leadership and support, understaffed across the board

1 January 2021

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31 August 2020

Is Paysafe Group a good company to work for?

Pros

Great work, good place to learn, amazing people and awesome work life balance.

Cons

Nothing so far, Perfect place to work.

Great work, good place to learn, amazing people and awesome work life balance.

31 August 2020

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