Emma Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what Emma employees think about diversity and inclusion at the company, and if their workforce is comprised and supportive of individuals of varying gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion and other attributes.

Emma has a diversity rating of 3.9.

All answers shown come directly from Emma Reviews and are not edited or altered.

Does there seem to be diversity at Emma?

13 English reviews out of 13

Sort by:

27 September 2020

Pros

You can learn a lot and the tasks are challenging, interesting and diversified. It is never boring and you can develop broad skills. The flat hierarchies ensure that everybody is involved and team work is estimated. You can rely on the colleagues and your team. The work environment is characterized by diversity and internationality.

Cons

The workload is sometimes high and regarding the salary there is potential for improvement.

The work environment is characterized by diversity and internationality.

27 September 2020

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Current Employee)

28 August 2020

Pros

+ many challenges & growth opportunities + personal coaching + nice team atmosphere + lots of diversity and opportunities to develop languages

Cons

- The workload can vary from day to day, but with good support and organization you also really learn to work with this.

+ lots of diversity and opportunities to develop languages

28 August 2020

Reviewed by: Business Development Manager in Frankfurt am Main (Former Intern)

17 February 2021

Pros

If you like the work hard/play hard culture, this place is for you

Cons

This company had so many concerning practices. It is a revolving door and employees come and go at a concerning rate. There is no work life balance, so be prepared to work 12 hour days and get horrified looks if you have anything else that is a priority in your life. Employees did not have any form of goals or objectives, so evaluations, raises and promotions were simply based on how people felt about you, not your measured performance. There is little to no discussion or investment in employees, their growth and development (besides them funding attendance of trainings). They say they value diversity, but don’t practice it internally. Only entry level is diverse, after that diversity reduces drastically with each level that goes up, leaving you with an all white, male, German speaking C level. Finally, this company does some ethically questionable things.

They say they value diversity, but don’t practice it internally.

17 February 2021

Reviewed by: Team Lead in Frankfurt am Main (Current Employee)

20 October 2020

Pros

Positive environment diversity of employees

Cons

there is none it is great

Positive environment diversity of employees

20 October 2020

Reviewed by: Customer Service in London, England, England (Former Employee)

12 July 2020

Pros

- Steep learning curve - Being part of a fast-growing, global company - A nice new office and some other benefits

Cons

- Hire and fire culture. Pressure is extremely high. If you don't perform or if you are not quick enough, they will find a way to kick you out. Many people left because of the high stress level and being close to a burnout. - They will expect you to do plenty of extra hours without any kind of compensation. Salary is below average or average (depends on the hierarchical level). - No structure, very instable processes, quite messy. - No appreciation (they say they don't have time for that) - The behaviour of the top management is very questionable, manipulative, aggressive and toxic. I have heard plenty of racist and sexist comments from the top management during my time at Emma. Everyone knows it, no one acts because they are afraid they will get in trouble.

I have heard plenty of racist and sexist comments from the top management during my time at Emma.

12 July 2020

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Anonymous Employee)

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3

13 English reviews out of 13

Popular Careers with Emma Job Seekers

JobsSalariesInterviews