Emma Culture FAQ

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Emma has a culture and values rating of 3.9.

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15 April 2021

What is the company culture like at Emma?

Pros

Good career opportunities, great culture and values, flat structure, collaborative environment, fast growing company with amazing goals for the close future, tech innovation.

Cons

Contributing for something in such a grow period means more work to do, depending on the team could be hard to keep the rhythm of this moving fast train. It is not a start up anymore.

Good career opportunities, great culture and values, flat structure, collaborative environment, fast growing company with amazing goals for the close future, tech innovation.

15 April 2021

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16 March 2021

How was the interview at Emma?

Pros

- Interview process and turnaround is quick - Culture is very lively and everyone seems to be friendly - The "Emma DNA" is well thought of and organized

Cons

- People Team isn't as effective as they seem to be, they try to be helpful but it's not enough - Attrition rate is very high - The way feedback process is given is quite disorganized. There's what we call a People Sounding Board, but it doesn't and can't help improvement in some areas - Regularization can be tricky, there's a loophole that your manager can proceed with not regularizing you without getting feedback from other people - Since the work from home set-up, work hours become blurry

Interview process and turnaround is quick

16 March 2021

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13 June 2019

What is the hiring process like at Emma?

Pros

The hiring process was a bit delayed for me but it was well organised. The company is very fast growing. Yet, they are very process driven and concentrate a lot on training and learning. Everyone gets a lot of oppurtunity to voice their ideas and people are friendly. Very nice work culture with a very international team.

Cons

Sometimes you come across ad hoc work which might not be your responsibility which might slow down your other works.

The hiring process was a bit delayed for me but it was well organised.

13 June 2019

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