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32 English questions out of 32

24 March 2020

What is health insurance like at Nagwa?

Pros

High learning curve and career opportunity The experiences of the other developers and testers you work with will surely benefit you Great , friendly community and work environment with high cooperative spirit among people Great Technologies used to work with, applying Agile methodologies as possible for most of the teams Great work-life balance (You won't be asked to work more than the working hours often, and if they do every minute is counted as over time to compensate you) Salaries are in the range of the market They care about the people working there, No killing pressure like other companies Facility and building are great, They have Ping Pong tables, foosball table, and other games in the break area, also there are buses and nursery for parents with great medical insurance Proud to be part of such a huge organization with that Promising business and future ahead of us

Cons

A lot of changes that happen, but following agile now they're managing applying these changes in a better and efficient way than before.

Advice to Management

Keep up the great work. Keep caring for the people working in Nagwa and keep making us feel we're part of the success we all achieve.

Facility and building are great, They have Ping Pong tables, foosball table, and other games in the break area, also there are buses and nursery for parents with great medical insurance

24 March 2020

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20 May 2020

Does Nagwa offer relocation assistance?

Pros

Friendly environment, Work life balance, Very Good benefit package, Great technical challenges.

Cons

A lot of changes that happen, but following agile now they're managing applying these changes in a better and efficient way than before.

Friendly environment, Work life balance, Very Good benefit package, Great technical challenges.

20 May 2020

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13 May 2022

Does Nagwa offer dental insurance?

Pros

Environment: - Great Building - A lot of utilities to do your best. - Play area with a lot of fun games. - Presentable office and meeting rooms. HR & People: - By far one of the best colleagues out there with no doubt. - Very cooperative HR make their best to ensure you are having your right and doing what is possible to make your work experience in the best shape possible. Personal & Professional: - Medium effort - Huge opportunity to grow even in different departments - There's always something new to work on/do Benefits: - Transportation with different bus routes - A great medical insurance that includes your family members - Departments and admin pay great respect to the working hours, no one will interrupt your break time or contact/request task after working hours (few departments are excluded) - Nurseries for your children that facilitated by the company

Cons

There are a few things that you need to make peace with it if you are going to work at Nagwa: - Some departments are overloaded which is going to hold your tasks for a while and it's a bit frustrating but no one will blame you if you raise a flag in an early stage. - A lot of the assigned tasks will be done based on the POV of your management, you are more of a doer than a thinker. - There're a lot of departments and different production lines which causes a lot of confusion and takes a lot for you to understand. - Projects are not aligned and there's a huge communication gap that exists internally between teams and departments. - Micro-management is a part of your daily routine, get used to it. - Talents are not well allocated.

Advice to Management

- Please, please, please, focus your effort and resources in one direction if it's working, double down on it. - Listen to customers - Management and big decisions need to be communicated well internally. - Pareto's Law rule for the 80-20 needs to be implemented somehow in how the company works - Fewer projects = better alignment (Hopefully)

A great medical insurance that includes your family members

13 May 2022

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13 May 2022

Does Nagwa offer parental leave?

Pros

Environment: - Great Building - A lot of utilities to do your best. - Play area with a lot of fun games. - Presentable office and meeting rooms. HR & People: - By far one of the best colleagues out there with no doubt. - Very cooperative HR make their best to ensure you are having your right and doing what is possible to make your work experience in the best shape possible. Personal & Professional: - Medium effort - Huge opportunity to grow even in different departments - There's always something new to work on/do Benefits: - Transportation with different bus routes - A great medical insurance that includes your family members - Departments and admin pay great respect to the working hours, no one will interrupt your break time or contact/request task after working hours (few departments are excluded) - Nurseries for your children that facilitated by the company

Cons

There are a few things that you need to make peace with it if you are going to work at Nagwa: - Some departments are overloaded which is going to hold your tasks for a while and it's a bit frustrating but no one will blame you if you raise a flag in an early stage. - A lot of the assigned tasks will be done based on the POV of your management, you are more of a doer than a thinker. - There're a lot of departments and different production lines which causes a lot of confusion and takes a lot for you to understand. - Projects are not aligned and there's a huge communication gap that exists internally between teams and departments. - Micro-management is a part of your daily routine, get used to it. - Talents are not well allocated.

Advice to Management

- Please, please, please, focus your effort and resources in one direction if it's working, double down on it. - Listen to customers - Management and big decisions need to be communicated well internally. - Pareto's Law rule for the 80-20 needs to be implemented somehow in how the company works - Fewer projects = better alignment (Hopefully)

A great medical insurance that includes your family members

13 May 2022

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2 March 2022

Does Nagwa offer malpractice insurance?

Pros

Work life balance Transportation Medical insurance Social insurance Good learning curve

Cons

Bad salary Bad management Wrong decision making

Advice to Management

Take care of your employees, salaries are very week comparing to the market. You have the best employees ever, don't loose them because of your decisions.

Social insurance

2 March 2022

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