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What is the company culture like at Purr Digital?

4 English reviews out of 4

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25 April 2020

Pros

Literally one of the best places I have ever worked. The team work is impeccable, Purr has an inclusive work culture and determination to aid the growth of its employees. Purr has an open door policy and are excellently transparent.

Cons

I haven’t thought of one yet

Advice to Management

Keep doing what you are doing

The team work is impeccable, Purr has an inclusive work culture and determination to aid the growth of its employees.

25 April 2020

Reviewed by: Junior Project Manager in London, England (Former Employee)

2 April 2019

Pros

Management trust staff to work remotely, presenteeism is rejected. Allows full flexibility for work to fir around life, not the other way around. Offers a lot of responsibility to the individual if they want to take it. Company culture doesn't pit colleagues against one another in terms of trying to earn progress.

Cons

Lower than market average remuneration. Training programmes lack structure

Advice to Management

Delegate more responsibilities out so that not everything falls onto their shoulders.

Company culture doesn't pit colleagues against one another in terms of trying to earn progress.

2 April 2019

Reviewed by: Software Developer in London, England (Current Contractor)

2 April 2019

Pros

Openness culture. Friendliest place to work and with the kindest people. Flexible working hours. Every option is respected and taken into account.

Cons

None that comes to mind

Openness culture.

2 April 2019

Reviewed by: Project Manager in London, England (Current Employee)

8 April 2019

Pros

Purr Group is a fantastic place to work. I worked for the company for a number of years and achieved a lot, both personally and professionally. I had to leave because I needed to move to another city, but if circumstances were different I have no doubt that I would still be a happy member of the team at Purr. They manage to strike a great balance between all things that are important to a company and workplace. This goes from a great team atmosphere and a comfortable office to excellent projects and plenty of room for career development. There really is nothing that's lacking. If you happen to interview for Purr, or are potentially going to be working with/for them in another way then trust the positive feeling you get from the place and the people - you're not wrong.

Cons

Not much I can say here. I suppose that Purr is still a relatively small company, there's no getting away from that. So this means there may be some things that are important to you that are only available at big companies. Like if you wanted to travel a lot with work or something like that, or work in a team of 20+ developers, it's unlikely that you'll be able to do that with Purr as readily as you could with a bigger company. Personally, this was never an issue for me, as I wanted that small-company mentality, even if it meant sacrificing some of the big-company perks. I don't want to speak on behalf of my former colleagues, but I'd imagine they would say the same too.

Advice to Management

You're doing great and I feel proud to have worked for such a place. Looking forward to seeing what happens next!

I suppose that Purr is still a relatively small company, there's no getting away from that.

8 April 2019

4 English reviews out of 4