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Ex-Angestellte/r oder Arbeiter/inHat im Bereich IT bei ioki GmbH gearbeitet.

Gut am Arbeitgeber finde ich

Well received primary product. Build upon that!

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Mangelnde Anerkennung, Bürokratie, Benefits, Gehalt. Too many things are individual bargaining chips.

Verbesserungsvorschläge

Make the actual salaries transparent. Give your employees job tickets, regardless of whether they travel by subway, bus or train. Establish a workers council so that employees can keep an eye on the management board. Claim your seat at the table.

Arbeitsatmosphäre

Highly depends on the fields of work. Especially non-engineers seem happy / enthusiastic about the working culture. I failed to grasp what that even means.

Kommunikation

Meeting culture. Asynchronous communication does not take place, especially not with "management" personnel. Product owners exist only on paper - their ownership extends only to the limit & merit of so-called "product managers" and are thus actually only forerunners of the latter. Addressing dissatisfaction and frustration is brushed off with the cult mantra "always assume positive intent."

Kollegenzusammenhalt

Colleague cohesion depends on the colleagues, of course. But depending on the team, you can be very lucky.

Work-Life-Balance

There are large undertakings that often rest on a few shoulders. However, this does not mean that a grinding culture can be observed overall. Employees with children, for example, are given a lot of consideration. Additional concessions are, unfortunately, always dependent on what Deutsche Bahn "allows" - several colleagues for example have been forced to resign because of gratuitously restrictive rules for working from abroad.

Vorgesetztenverhalten

There are not very many "supervisors" in the strict sense. Among them there are people who have fallen into their role rather accidentally, authoritarians, self-promoters, but of course also people whom everyone would like to have as superiors. Unfortunately, I had no luck with that.

Interessante Aufgaben

Here, of course, I can only speak for myself. I had interesting tasks and creative freedom.

Gleichberechtigung

Although the proportion of women in software development is not particularly high, as is customary in the industry, women also hold leadership roles, including in engineering.

Umgang mit älteren Kollegen

The few older colleagues seem to me to be highly valued. Overall, however, it is a very young staff.

Arbeitsbedingungen

Modern office space, adequate work equipment, 80% remote are standard (more if you are not from the Rhine-Main area). Unfortunately, the tooling has moved into the area of the Microsoft Office suite.

Umwelt-/Sozialbewusstsein

Gigantic warm and cozy office space in a downtown Frankfurt glass palace that is generally used by the majority of employees no more than once a week. Ecologically, you can't recover from that.

Gehalt/Sozialleistungen

One is guided by the mediocrity of an incomprehensible "benchmark", which actually fell in times of high inflation. People who are starting out earn the most. There is no collective bargaining agreement, no inflation compensation, no allowance for home office equipment, no job ticket unless you use rail products exclusively. You are referred to a DB portal for employee benefits, where you can generate coupons for discounted Adidas clothing, it always sounded like a joke to me.

Image

The product seems pretty great. Public image is limited by the way the product is sold as a white-labeling.

Karriere/Weiterbildung

There is an individual budget for further training. The way to use it is, like unfortunately everything at IOKI, only via very German and strange DB processes.

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Arbeitgeber-Kommentar

Jana Lenort, Head of People
Jana LenortHead of People

Dear ex-colleague,

thank you for your review.
It is a pity that you did not perceive a great appreciation. We try to give employees recognition in various ways. For example, through the Kudo cards that are read out in the bi-weekly.

As a growing company, it is important to establish processes and to communicate them clearly and to make them available to everyone asynchronously. There is a lot of information on this on the intranet and you can download all of it at any time. Also all important meetings are recorded by video, so that you can listen to them later on Of course, some processes are a bit longer and I can understand that you are overwhelmed by the process, especially when it comes to training. Here, we as the people team always try to support you and make it as easy as possible.

Personally, I think it's great that we can take advantage of all the Deutsche Bahn travel benefits and therefore all the products that are operated by DB. We are also thinking about expanding this offer in the future and possibly integrating the Deutschlandticket into our offer as well.

ioki provides its employees with an industry benchmark of salaries. This creates transparency about how salaries are paid in the industry and the respective roles. We orient ourselves to this. We pay our employees fairly and thus show them the appreciation they deserve.

We would be happy to talk again in person about the above-mentioned topics.

All the best for the future.

Best

Jana Lenort
Head of People

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