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iTech Media Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what iTech Media 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.

iTech Media has a diversity rating of 4.4.

All answers shown come directly from iTech Media Reviews and are not edited or altered.

Does there seem to be diversity at iTech Media?

4 English reviews out of 4

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13 December 2021

Pros

- The best on-boarding process I've ever seen - Focus on allow the teams and individuals to grow and develop - Great working culture - True belief in the importance of diversity and inclusivity - Genuine hybrid working model with no pressure either way

Cons

As with any company at this stage, there is change as the company needs to adapt to the changing size, needs and scale. It's not a place for someone who likes things to remain the same year on year, because a successful, growing company won't remain the same.

True belief in the importance of diversity and inclusivity

13 December 2021

Reviewed by: Head of Engineering in London, England (Current Employee)

22 February 2022

Pros

Benefits are top notch and you will get to work with friendly people. Freedom to suggest new technologies, when there is time to work on POCs. Training days.

Cons

Racism in the company is not taken seriously unfortunately, despite diversity being prompted. When reported, only a written is sent. Being an extrovert and social, as an engineer can get you promoted/recognised over people who work harder and perform the technical work. Some engineers get hired at a lot higher level than they are and it is obvious from a 3-6 month performance review. So there is an obvious flaw in the hiring system or the engineer leveling here is at a lower standard compared with other tech companies. Transparency in pay.

Advice to Management

Discipline should be stricter for racist employees. Include and understand introverts.

Racism in the company is not taken seriously unfortunately, despite diversity being prompted.

22 February 2022

Reviewed by: Full-Stack Engineer in London, England (Current Employee)

13 May 2020

Pros

- Building a world class team, lots of people from big tech backgrounds - Great work/life balance - Dogs in the office! Makes me feel happy. - Embraces diversity - Super generous company, celebrates every win! - Humour, absolutely love the humour we have across the company. Helps put everything in perspective.

Cons

- Fast growth and change, not for everybody. Need to be someone that wants to move fast and be adaptable while keeping a good temperament.

Advice to Management

There will always be haters if things don't go peoples way, keep being positive and caring for the team

Embraces diversity

13 May 2020

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Current Employee)

13 May 2020

Pros

- Building a world class team, lots of people from big tech backgrounds - Great work/life balance - Dogs in the office! Makes me feel happy. - Embraces diversity - Super generous company, celebrates every win! - Humour, absolutely love the humour we have across the company. Helps put everything in perspective.

Cons

- Fast growth and change, not for everybody. Need to be someone that wants to move fast and be adaptable while keeping a good temperament.

Advice to Management

There will always be haters if things don't go peoples way, keep being positive and caring for the team

Building a world class team, lots of people from big tech backgrounds

13 May 2020

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Current Employee)

4 English reviews out of 4

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