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28 English questions out of 28

3 October 2019

Does Qlik pay for a gym membership?

Pros

Good Benefits, gym membership discounts, health care, insurance, etc.

Cons

No overtime comp, but extra week vacation

Good Benefits, gym membership discounts, health care, insurance, etc.

3 October 2019

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12 April 2019

What is the retirement plan like at Qlik?

Pros

Great people, even better product

Cons

Not the best retirement plan

Not the best retirement plan

12 April 2019

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11 January 2019

Does Qlik offer massages?

Pros

When working at Qlik, you feel that you are a part of a big family. Everyone is very friendly, approachable and helpful. You get a lot of freedom while working. The company is furthermore supportive of massages, sports and games during work hours. An additional benefit is subsidized lunches and free breakfast every day. During Christmas, you get additional days off (on top of the holidays) as well as a Christmas gift from the company.

Cons

Barely no career opportunities or increase in salary over time.

Advice to Management

A successful company is built out of happy and inspired employees. Help your employees to see a clear career path in the company, show appreciation and encourage learning and growth.

The company is furthermore supportive of massages, sports and games during work hours.

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6 June 2020

Does Qlik have a pension plan?

Pros

Great product, vision and strategy. Flexible hours, freedom under responsibility Knowledgeable and helpful employees Good benefits; pension, insurances and vacation days

Cons

Qlik (Lund) has been ranked as one of the top employers in the country and it showed in good benefits and all the pros listed above. Since I started 4 years ago, however, I have yet to see anything positive given back to the employees during good times. Mostly anything "given back" to the employees is in the form of new hires/contractors or buying more companies which effectively increases the value of the company or makes the employees more efficient, but in practice it does not give any benefits back to the employees for their hard work. On the contrary when times are tougher and the profit targets are not met I have experienced the leadership cutting costs and taking back from the employees instead (several times!!). Everything to sustain the value of the company. The employees at Qlik are knowledgable, helpful and gets things done. I however have a hard time trusting the current leadership to drive the company towards anything other than maximum profits for our owners short term; even if that means making it a bad place to work. I think Qlik is a good place to work at during good times, but as soon as things get hard it's "their way or the highway". Leadership also does not at all seem open to discussions around feedback and improving from a bad situation, but rather responds with threats to get things done their way.

Advice to Management

If there was any longevity included in the calculations of how to maximzie the profits of the company, hopefully keeping the employees happy by being a bit more responsive and humble instead of fully authoritarian would net you some profits over time. Admitting taking rash decisions is not a sign of weakness, but rather a sign of clarity and insight, and perhaps it would sometimes be good to pause to gain clarity in your tracks of moving too fast.

Good benefits; pension, insurances and vacation days

6 June 2020

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30 May 2018

Does Qlik offer parental leave?

Pros

Benefits, incl healthcare , maternity and paternity leave, up to 30 days annual leave

Cons

Cloud strategy not aligned with market requirements

Advice to Management

Get on the cloud before it’s too late!!

Benefits, incl healthcare , maternity and paternity leave, up to 30 days annual leave

30 May 2018

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