93% would recommend to a friend
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Updated 1 Oct 2023
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- "Amazing culture" (in 3 reviews)
- 5.020 May 2022Partnerships ManagerCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearLondon, England
A really great to work that takes care of its employees. Tyl has a lot of ambitious plans which means so much is happening, there is lots to get involved with. I'm very excited for the future.
Because Tyl is a 'startup' the company is working on processes and building systems, so sometimes things are not always the most efficient or clear, but this is being worked on.
- 4.01 Oct 2023Product Owner (PO)Current Employee, more than 3 yearsLondon, England
The ability to be hands-on and make a difference London HQ's office
Organisational design and internal bureaucracy
- 3.017 May 2023Service AnalystCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearLondon, England
Colleagues at Tyl are always friendly and helpful, career advancement has a lot of opportunities as it's growing fast
As it grows it becomes more like the group parent company without some of the big company positives, with colleagues at Tyl not often aware of wider group policies
- 3.030 Jan 2023Software EngineerCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearLondon, England
Pay, Holidays and Managers nothing else.
No process in some workstreams. Lack of visibility and management over some projects, , no ownership over backlogs... Code quality is really poor, in some projects. Implementation mainly done by consultants who sometimes do not care that much about quality. Bank slows down adoption of new tools that could improve quality of work produced. 2 Days per year to do training... There are plans to increase the allowance to 1 Friday every quarter... Training is not adjusted to your carrer progression as bank sometimes pushes training that makes no sense to what you do but you are mandated to do it. One of the most disfunctional places I ever worked on.1
- 4.05 Jun 2023PMO ManagerFormer EmployeeLondon, England
Growing company with some good people Remote working
Nothing in particular. Small company meant regular changes in reporting lines.
- 4.09 May 2022Department ManagerCurrent Employee
- fast paced environment, heavily funded and invested in by NatWest, thirst for growth and market share - A happy place to work, especially when visiting the London offices - Benefits from the NatWest branding, giving opportunity for data, insights and growth - Growing rapidly, with lots of new colleagues joining and vacancies listed; this sets us up for lots of change, which is needed to continue evolution - The customer is thought of regularly and Tyl's branding and marketing ensures we can be successful and grow. the core proposition is liked by businesses in the UK
- Can sometimes feel more like a bank than a fintech, struggling to move away from the risk and sales approaches that the bank have imbedded - There has been lack of diversity with age, gender, experience but this looks to be evolving in the right direction - growing quickly and with a roadmap to accelerate further can lead to structural and hierarchy challenges/not so easy to get right first time - the proposition can be limiting for a broader set of businesses to come to Tyl
- 5.012 May 2022Relationship ManagerCurrent Employee
Flexible Working, Great Job Prospects, An Amazing Team who are supportive and Well-being is Paramount
None yet to be found
- 5.013 May 2022Telephony Sales ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsBirmingham, England
I have been a staff member for over 3 years here at Tyl & have loved every single minute of it. The structure of the business is great as well as the culture it brings. The product is fantastic & is one that I truly believe in. Tyl is backed by a great bank, NatWest which does a lot for it’s people as well as the community. Tyl considers it’s staff’s personal wellbeing & from a personal development angle, it has many further career opportunities to invest into. Overall, a great place to work.
I have no negative comments.
- 5.010 May 2022Sales DirectorCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearLondon, England
- People -Great leaders - Challenging environment. It is a fintech within the bank so there are some challenges to keep high the sense of urgency -Mission -Amazing culture
- I think at times you may feel the big Bank is slowing things down . The CEO is very keen in making sure this does not happen - Today the sales incentive scheme is not aligned to the market. I know that soon will change though
- 5.012 May 2022Field Sales ManagerCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearBristol, England
New in role, but what I can tell already is that there is great leadership with very clear visions & values. Excellent team manager & team - all willing to help you to achieve your goals.
None so far - but new to the role.
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Tyl has an overall rating of 4.5 out of 5, based on over 23 reviews left anonymously by employees. 93% of employees would recommend working at Tyl to a friend and 81% have a positive outlook for the business. This rating has decreased by -8% over the last 12 months.
93% of Tyl employees would recommend working there to a friend based on Glassdoor reviews. Employees also rated Tyl 4.3 out of 5 for work life balance, 4.5 for culture and values and 4.8 for career opportunities.