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What Employees Say
I have been working at Emma full-time for less than a year
This is a very good company to start one's professional life : a young team, start up feeling, a lot of responsabilities from the start and a lot of place for initiatives The company is also very... flexible in terms of organisation. It's relatively easy to go from our original specialisation to a completely new role / position.
The teams often have a lot of interns and young professionals. It has good points (the mood and energy) but also negative ones (lack of experience, high turnover which leads to poorly handled... projects handovers) Lack of structure, due to the (too high?) growth of the company The salary is the main negative point in my opinion. It's enough to live of course, but still quite low for the cost of life in Frankfurt.
Advice to Management
I would suggest to add some structure to the processes of the company, and improve the overall internal communication. With 300+ employees, it's impossible to maintain the same way of working as with... 100 employees.