Emma Senior Leadership FAQ

Read what Emma employees think about senior leadership and the CEO at the company.

Emma has a Senior Management rating of 3.7, and Dennis Schmoltzi, the CEO of Emma, has an approval rating of 82% across the organisation.

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28 January 2021

What are some insights into the strategy or vision at Emma?

Pros

Fast paced company that is surprisingly agile for the size with lots of opportunity to take ownership of any opportunities that you spot. Very good onboarding procedure, even during COVID times. Encouraged to share ideas and plans early, this results in useful feedback before, during and after committing to projects. Friendly and diverse environment full of people from all over the world with a very high level of English speaking. Clear idea of the company culture which is well presented during onboarding and is followed closely by the teams. Objectives and priorities for the company are clear with a good level of transparency on how the company overall is performing. Supportive approach to testing and trying new ideas. Challenging senior leaders is actively encouraged and has positive results based on what I have seen so far.

Cons

Compensation and benefits are slightly below average for Frankfurt but expected to improve during 2021. Computers are not great. The amount of possible tasks that need to be done - this is not really a con but does require very careful prioritisation.

Advice to Management

Get more powerful computers (macs would be nice)

Clear idea of the company culture which is well presented during onboarding and is followed closely by the teams.

28 January 2021

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28 April 2021

How are senior leaders perceived at Emma?

Pros

- Consider yourself lucky if you land in the right team (supportive team leader and team colleagues) which does not happen often in Emma - Ownership from the start - Interesting projects - Steep learning curve - Accessible colleagues - Nice location - Suitable place for people with less experience

Cons

- LOW salary compared to the industry (expect no significant raise) - The other CEO is straight-up racist towards some specific groups (even in the company's WhatsApp group) - Office politic and favoritism are apparent

The other CEO is straight

28 April 2021

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