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Updated 13 Oct 2022
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- 1.07 Oct 2022Product AnalystFormer EmployeeLondon, England
The first few months are exciting because you pick up a lot, even if you’re surrounded by toxic micro-managers.
- Large drain of upper management within the finance team developed an extremely toxic environment while teams were being consolidated. - The work is interesting in the beginning, but since it’s so flat structured, 6 months in there is no scope for growth or learning. - Aggressive targets without any support or help. Toxic environment where you’re micro managed. Some Heads are promoted too early and have no people skills to know how to treat people. - The stock options are not worth much and hence compensation is well, well below market standards with no room for negotiation. In short, bad environment, you’re treated poorly, menial work, no scope for improvement, all while you’re paid below market standards.16
- 4.018 Mar 2021Product AnalystCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearLondon, England
Great WLB Healthy Culture Friendly Colleagues Company is doing really well
Low compensation Unclear career track Weak analytic capabilities - company has made data available for all but that leads to decisions being made by people who don't know what they are doing3
- 4.02 Feb 2021Product AnalystFormer Employee, more than 1 yearLondon, England
Budget for further education (€500 per year) Great company culture, friendly people Service is great and you'll see a lot of people talking positively about the company in expat groups Opportunity to take more responsibilities, transition into PM role Friday lunches and summerdays (before covid) Regular analyst hackathons (before covid)
Median salary Poorly defined career progression guidelines in general Analysts are weak technically, so nobody internally to learn from People who have been in the company for a long time are assumed to know what they are doing, but they often don't Wild west changes made both to product and to the analytics platform Culty vibe2
- 3.028 Apr 2020Product AnalystCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearLondon, England
People-focused, provide decent equity, lots of team building activities and opportunities to visit different offices around the world. Clear mission and communication.
Small educational budget, projects are mostly not challenging or don't provide much autonomy and thus not many opportunities to grow professionally. Not much exposure to the senior leadership except for team presentations.1
- 5.03 Feb 2020Product AnalystCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearTallinn
Transferwise is really committed to making the values work on the day to day. This means when they say autonomous teams, they really mean it, you have an amount of responsibility which is surreal (comparing to other companies) and this can be quite scary but also a great development opportunity. Apart from that, the culture is amazing, the growth is very high and the C-Level (if we can even call it that) is super down to earth.
With the autonomous teams, there also comes a few challenges such as structuring the teams, making operational teams efficient and aligning everyone. I feel it's not bad but of course could improve on these points. The one thing I feel could improve is career progression clarity. Since I got here it's been very confusing in terms of what the salary brackets are, when to trigger these promotions and what I should be aiming for, I've had to push quite a bit to get these answers and should be easier for people in my view.
- 5.016 Feb 2021Product AnalystFormer Employee, more than 1 yearTallinn
Amazing culture, really autonomous and you honestly have the flexibility to achieve whatever you want. Stock options serve as a nice bonus, but are not as meaningful as before.
Salary is still below market in my view.1