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Emex Software has a culture and values rating of 4.

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23 March 2023

What is the company culture like at Emex Software?


- The EHS/ESG domain which is trendy and needed by people and the planet - Flexibility with remote work


- Literally, every single function in the organization is broken - Absence of company culture - zero-strategy beyond "burn investors' money", apathy to sustainability and social responsibility topics - stated mission and vision is just a marketing trick, practicing work visibility instead of result orientation, outputs over outcomes philosophy, there's no concept of the career plan / goals / OKRs at Emex - Communication - there is none. At all. No culture of feedback, only rumors, and gossip everywhere. - Caste of untouchables - company-wide support of yes-sayers promotes mediocrity, undermines the corporate culture and serves as a terrible role model. If the chosen people don't like your initiatives - they will oppose and boycott them without saying a single word to you directly. - Financials - constant delays with monthly payments, especially to selected employees. - Lies built into the company DNA. It's every day and everywhere - promised stock options (never happened), promised to pay salaries by a specific date (usually after several expired promises), promised social security and benefits (also no)

Advice to Management

- pay people what you owe (especially to those who left 6 month ago) - hire professionals, do not rely on yes-men - focus on culture, not old good loyal employees

sayers promotes mediocrity, undermines the corporate culture and serves as a terrible role model.

23 March 2023

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