- Webgears Germany GmbH25.Jan. 2018 (Geändert am 01.Feb. 2018)
Not sure if you can call it an atmosphere. The minute you get into the office, it feels really uncomfortable. Seriosly. No one talks to each other, some people don't even say "hello". Others will do their best to avoid any contact with you. There's a kicker table, but no one plays it. It's "come - work 8 hours - RUN home".
They don't have any idea how to work with people. All they think about is profits, hours and budget. One's opinions are not appreciated, you'll be told what to do. All your questions will be turned into a joke. They can't listen. No initiative will be appreciated. Anything you do is an "Expectation".
There is no "team". Everyone is on their own. In the team meetings guys never say a word. You won't be given even a small chance to take part in the life of the company. You come alone, you work alone, you go alone.
Some "interesting" (how they call them) "projects" will be created. But in the end it will all turn into routine tasks.
As described above, there is no communication in the office. People prefer to write in Skype even though they sit half a meter away from each other. Even then the message in Skype will mostly be ignored.
I think, no one cares about that too much. But there are some women in the office. 60%-70% of the employees left the office within one year so it's hard to tell now.
Umgang mit älteren Kollegen
You'll be called bad words the minute you leave their office. It's "okay" to discuss other people who has left with others by the team lead. Anyone not with them is against them.
Karriere / Weiterbildung
No carrier opportunities. Also your budget on professional development will be ignored. There are thousands of stories, why it's impossible to spend that money on you. I guess it's the strategy: instead of growing - cutting budget.
Gehalt / Sozialleistungen
Underpaid. The company makes enough money to be able to pay way more. One banana per week is called "benefit".
They are using a time tracking system and are exaggerating with it. You'll get your overtime back but only when they need it and not you. You'll be exposed to a lot of stress about your holidays and days off. Need to pick up someone at the airport? Well, first earn that chance. Working at the weekend and on public holidays is a normal practice. They will be surprised, if you refuse to do so.
- I don't think they deserve a feedback here. It's been said a lot, it's been done nothing.
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