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- TTP scored higher in 7 areas: Overall Rating, Career Opportunities, Compensation & Benefits, Senior Management, Culture & Values, % Recommend to a friend and Positive Business Outlook.
- Both tied in 1 area: Work-life balance.
What Employees Say
- "Employee ownership" was the most mentioned Pro at TTP.
- "Career progression" was the most mentioned Con at TTP.
I have been working at TTP full-time
Supportive, creative and forward thinking work environment. Puts people first, empowers them and encourages ideas contribution. Second to none support during Coronavirus crisis with home-working,... on site food trucks for those needing to be in, and total commitment to employee safety. Great benefits and employee share ownership.
Fairly flat management structure. Could continue to work on career progression for those not just motivated by being recognised for their technical excellence.
Advice to Management
To continue to listen to their employees and support them as they have done so well during the Coronavirus crisis.
I have been working at Base4 full-time for more than a year
The pro is definitely the team, which is a bunch of young, extremely friendly, international and dynamic people. It is an exciting place to work, with interesting projects progressing at a nice pace.
The CEO. Although he has improved since the first reviews in 2015, this guy still behaves like a 4 year old. That goes from slightly annoying everyday behaviour, like riding a scooter in the office,... keeping his cycling gear on all day and occasionally being a bit abrupt to some people, to more serious stuff. He would decide one day that we should work on a project that is going to make millions and drop it 2 months later just at the time when it is just about to work. He would occasionnaly sack people for no reason (or because he does not like them?) or give a project to someone because he likes him, not because he is the most qualified. Last bit, I am slightly suspicious that men are considered better, though there is no obvious anti-women behaviour. It just seems that men get promoted a bit more than women: the leading team is all men. Members of the board (5), CEO, COO, project managers (3).... maybe it is just bad luck?
Advice to Management
Get a proper HR person!