- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at DocuSign full-time (Less than a year)
At DocuSign you'll hear HQ say they want to to make DocuSign 'The work of your life'. At first, I thought it sounded a little cheesy for us Europeans - but 6 months in, I get it. DocuSign endeavours to give you everything you need to feel fulfilled and excited to come to work each day. It's a fast-paced environment which means each day is different and exciting, and there is lots of opportunity to progress! Though its a relatively large company (5k employees around the world), I feel I am directly impacting the Global vision, rather than just being a cog in a wheel.
The team are great, management is supportive, and they genuinely care how you are doing. There is also a real sense of accountability and integrity that comes from Dan (CEO) all the way down.
Such a great place to work, my only regret is having not joined years ago!
It's a fast-paced environment which I personally love, but if you are someone who is resistant to change you will likely find it challenging. Definitely not an environment for coasting!
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you're doing!
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at DocuSign (London, England) in March 2020.
Just had a screening interview for a marketing role, it lasted 10 minutes because I refused to accept that going into the office 5 days a week was necessary and that I'm not going break myself commuting two hours each way for a job. Apparently working from home is occasionally acceptable on a Friday. What technology company doesn't have a flexible working policy and allows remote working? Quite frankly DocuSign has an old school working approach indicative of how businesses operated in the 1990s. From this brief experience I would say management has a trust issue with its employees. Prior to the interview I had read the Glassdoor reviews, which mentioned that UK sales teams where not allowed to work from home, so I knew this might come up.