Supportive environment, not stingy on break time. If you worked hard you were recognized by everyone from your direct manager up to the head of your department.
Support from management
Coaching at every level, management really avoided micromanagement.
Some of the smartest, nicest people in the world made it easy to collaborate.
Freedom to work independently
There were occasional times when things had to be done a certain way that didn't make the most sense, but almost always we could forge our own path
Good communication overall, but sometimes it was hard to make pain points heard up the chain. Rarely a problem.
Office / Work Environment
Beautiful, modern office
I mean, we had recycling. To be honest, Kureg products create a lot of waste, but for the most part we were a pretty energy lean/clean company.
Definitely good work life balance, but you have to be conscious of where the clients your employee's support work. If someone has a west coast territory, the q4 extended hours starting at 8:00 don't make sense...
Inclusive / Diverse
I want to rate them hire, but to be honest, at least on the sales side, there was an ocean of White faces. My Black co-workers, including one of the absolute best BDx's in the company left because he was unable to get an SE position. He was one of the few People of Color on the Sales team. The diversity is better in the other departments from what I've seen.