Reward Gateway Overview

  • www.rewardgateway.com
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 201 to 500 Employees
  • 2006
  • Company - Private
  • Internet
  • $100 to $500 million (USD)

Reward Gateway helps more than 1,900 of the world’s leading companies in 23 countries through our employee engagement platform that brings employee benefits, discounts and perks, recognition and reward, employee wellbeing, employee communications and employee surveys into one ...
Mission: We're on a mission to make the world a better place to work. We believe that happy, engaged employees build better, stronger, more resilient organisations. They do this for thee key reasons: 1) Engaged employees make better decisions for their companies and clients because ...

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Reward Gateway Announces Two-Way Integration With Microsoft Teams To Enable Instant Employee Recognition
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Reward Gateway Ready To Embrace The New Way Forward With Engagement Excellence Summit 2021
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Reward Gateway Reviews

4.7
97%
Recommend to a Friend
98%
Approve of CEO
Doug Butler
Doug Butler
24 Ratings
5.0
Former Employee, more than 1 year

"A really truly great place to work"

May 18, 2021 - Client Success Manager in London, England, England
Recommends
Positive Outlook
Approves of CEO

Pros

Ethics
Support
Care
Benefits
People
Culture
Happiness!

Cons

Long hours
You get out what you put in
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Diversity & Inclusion at Reward Gateway

5.0
(7 reviews)

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Reward Gateway Interviews

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Positive61%
Negative29%
Neutral11%
Getting an Interview
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Recruiter22%
Employee Referral8%
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  1. Implementation Consultant Interview

    Anonymous Employee in London, England, England
    Declined Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview
    Application

    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Reward Gateway (London, England, England) in Mar 2021

    Interview

    I applied on Linkedin for a new role as Flexible Implementation Specialist which I was very interested in. As a Flexible Benefits Platform Manager with over 20 years experience I new I could bring my years of experience to the role. My first interview was with the internal recruitment person and was a positive experience. The recruiter who had only been in the role for a month advised I clearly has lots of experience and would forward my details on.

    The second interview was carried out online using google hangout with two members of staff, one employee had only been there a month. The other interviewer looked like she didn't want to be involved in the interview and showed a lack of interest, she never asked me any questions at all during the interview. I could also tell she was messaging the other interviewer during the interview. The other interviewer advised about the role which really appealed to me and he seemed like a nice guy. He stated I had lots of experience and he liked the points I made. Overall I felt I came across very well and had more experience in this market than the people interviewing me. I have also interviewed people for jobs so have been on the other side.

    A few days later I was offered another role with another company. I emailed the internal HR contact at RG to say I had a job offer however the role at RG really appealed to me as it was a new role I could make my own and I made this clear to RG in a nice email. I knew I had all the skills to help expand the business in the flex arena. I advised I had a week to make a decision to accept the other job which I relayed to RG.

    Ahead of even being told I had a 3rd interview I drafted a four page document of all the work I would carry out for RG to go over with the interviewers. I did this as I was really excited about the role and had some great ideas such as new apps they could include on the platform, a benefits and sales strategy, internal and external processes for flex, client on boarding processes and consultancy, a feasibility study, work flows for flex, areas to consider for platform reporting, project management etc. As it turns out I never even got to the final interview stage to go over what I would bring to the role.

    I received an email at 8.30pm at night from the internal recruiting person to say apologies for the delay in responding however one of the Managers was absent due to their dog passing and they would get back to me tomorrow regarding a further interview. I then received a call the next day in the afternoon to say they would not progress me to the final stage. Why email me the night before then? I asked for feedback as to why and the response was they were looking for someone who had experience with shareholders implementing flex. I was a bit perplexed by this and I stated that is what I have being doing for 20 years, with many all types of client stakeholders mainly HR Directors, Payroll, HR and employees. I actually asked if they were at the same interview as I had made that very clear.

    It just feels very odd with the email the night before and feedback I received that does not make sense to me. If you don't get a role fair enough but an employer should give constructive feedback and a legitimate response. If anything my CV and experience shows I am an ideal candidate and I that I have more experience dealing with key shareholders implementing flex than the interviewers who interviewed me. If I was put in front of the right people at the interview it may have been different. I guess I will never know the real reason but it all seems a bit odd and I guess wasn't meant to be. It is a shame as I could have really given valuable advise to RG in the role and had some great ideas for them to be a market leader in flex. I think the wrong people carried out the interview at RG who were the decision makers for me to go to the next stage. I only assume the salary was the real issue.
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Reward Gateway Awards & Accolades

  • Innovative Team of 2021 Diversity and InclusionAustralian HR Awards2021
  • Brilliance in Diversity and InclusionInternational Brilliance Awards2020
  • Brilliance in Internal Communications CampaignInternational Brilliance Awards2020
  • Gold Stevie® Award for Contact Center of the YearStevie Awards for Sales and Customer Service2020
  • Boston's Best and Brightest Companies to Work ForBest and Brightest2020

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What is health insurance like at Reward Gateway?

...rates and a sales wasting time chasing every deal, every account rather than targeted execution, good benefits outside of basic healthcare coverage...

June 25, 2020

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