Wise Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what Wise employees think about diversity and inclusion at the company, and if their workforce is comprised and supportive of individuals of varying gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion and other attributes.

Wise has a diversity rating of 4.2.

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Does there seem to be diversity at Wise?

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20 September 2019

Pros

Flexible hours, great office, team lunch, good benefits, great international colleagues, Summer Days

Cons

Pay is low for the profit margin and industry, not much diversity in terms of POCs, drama levels high due to a few bad apples which is common with start-up. Long hours. I do not feel very included since there are not as many of "me" within the company/office, cultural differences have caused issues for me that could of been avoided if my teammates were more familiar with my culture.

Advice to Management

Nip the drama levels in the bud. It will push great talent to leave the company due to individuals not the actual company. Be more fair with opportunities, dont offer positions to "friends" only. I have see ALOT of people get flown to offices and new jobs based on being friends with Team Leads and Senior Management. Improve the work/life balance.

Pay is low for the profit margin and industry, not much diversity in terms of POCs, drama levels high due to a few bad apples which is common with start

20 September 2019

Reviewed by: Operations Specialist in Tampa, FL (Current Employee)

6 October 2020

Pros

Flexibility, WFH, opportunity to grow, good starting package, diversity, good mentoring

Cons

KPI - emphasis on numbers instead of quality

Flexibility, WFH, opportunity to grow, good starting package, diversity, good mentoring

6 October 2020

Reviewed by: EDD Agent in Budapest (Current Employee)

27 December 2019

Pros

- Fast paced work environment teaches skills that may otherwise take much longer - Young people of promise are given a chance to take on important projects and ownership of tasks traditionally filled by older employees, in other companies - Opportunity to be be autonomous in achieving company goals - Opportunity to travel - Platforms to express ideas and discuss improvement areas - Opportunity to be involved in a fast-growing company that is pioneering a niche in the market - Dogs in the office - Working with highly talented and motivated people - Internal mobility to grow and change direction

Cons

- Workload and pace can be a challenge for some. This is never going to be a walk in park, whatever position or team you work in - Building processes and systems as we go can mean those desiring a structured workload can struggle - Requires a lot of dedication on an individual level - A lot is expected from each employee. Will be difficult for those with lots of commitments outside of work

Young people of promise are given a chance to take on important projects and ownership of tasks traditionally filled by older employees, in other companies

27 December 2019

Reviewed by: Senior Team Lead (Current Employee)

13 June 2021

Pros

Great people, cool office, opportunities to grow, feedback culture, work from home possibility, flexible scheduling, diversity.

Cons

Continuously changing environment which can be challenging to some.

Great people, cool office, opportunities to grow, feedback culture, work from home possibility, flexible scheduling, diversity.

13 June 2021

Reviewed by: Customer Support Associate in Budapest (Current Employee)

3 May 2021

Pros

-Wise is a super diverse and fair company, giving equal opportunities and salaries to different nationalities and genders. Wise is liberal, deeply against discrimination and racism, which is super great -The community is amazing, everyone has a superb attitude; everyone helps each other, everyone is open to feedback (both negative and positive), and we all work together, as a team to achieve something big and make both our customers and employees life better. -There are great benefits, like a monthly office lunch credit, company shares after some time, generous salaries, paid travel benefits etc -Growth and improvement is highly encouraged, with separate budget for relevant courses and learning; working towards promotions is always supported, salary benchmarks with raises happen every 6-12 months, and rewards are given based on performance.

Cons

-The company is becoming more and more corporate-style, meaning that the "lower levels" and positions have less and less power to change everyday work; expenses are cut from the places it's most needed (like recruiting to lower level positions, to ensure that those teams have enough people to ensure a positive work mentality); money is gaining more and more importance in the company, leaving less space for family-like atmosphere, working together, regarding everyone equally etc. -As we grow, more and more people around the world uses us, but the staff doesn't seem to grow equally -Customer Support Agents have to work more and more every month and it doesn't seem to change greatly...

Advice to Management

Enhancing corporate style and the importance of money might result in bad employee morals > bad services provided to customers, plus Wise becoming a less tempting place to work at, which in the long run might cause more damage (mostly to the company's yet still really great image)

Wise is a super diverse and fair company, giving equal opportunities and salaries to different nationalities and genders.

3 May 2021

Reviewed by: Customer Support Agent in Budapest (Current Employee)

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