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57 English questions out of 57

9 June 2022

Does Pluralsight offer relocation assistance?

Pros

Very competitive benefits package. Skilled & productive engineering teams Great WLB Great company outlook

Cons

Comp is mid tier. I feel like there is a reorg every time I get comfortable.

Very competitive benefits package.

9 June 2022

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23 August 2022

Does Pluralsight offer massages?

Pros

Pre-Vista take over, Pluralsight was THE place to be. The culture was refreshing, human and fun. The overall energy was felt across the org, generally speaking. They even up'd my original offer before negotiation and when I accepted my position, offer unlimited PTO, additional recharge weeks, reasonable stock (when we IPO'd), free massages, yoga, etc...it was a place that paid you your worth and offered substantial ERGs and other resources.

Cons

Post-Vista, the red tape and clicky vibes are strong and everywhere...Speaking with many other people in different positions and departments, the writing is on the wall this point. Vista wants results rightfully so, but at any cost it seems, and is quietly laying off and firing people across the org regardless of what they are saying internally. Someone was recently fired for "untimely communication," meanwhile the VP of her department is widely known as someone that doesn't show up to meetings, doesn't respond nor acknowledge said meetings, responds when he wants too/aka doesn't follow his own advice and sticks his nose in projects well beneath his role. Fortunately, even though this person was fired wrongfully, unemployment accepted her request because the case worker was suspicious of the lack of evidence from Pluralsight. Another person in a different department was also recently fired because they didn't meet newly appointed performance goals when they weren't hired with goals/targets in the first place. When they asked the SVP (same SVP that sexually harassed; see below) for details to the targets missed, the SVP didn't have any details to share. Which has been an ongoing issue for that SVP and his team -- they are incapable of capturing data, coming up with clear goals and collaborating with other teams in an efficient way. Last year when the newly appointed SVP mentioned above, that is buddy buddy with Vista folks, came onboard the SVP targeted and verbally, sexually harassed me. Screenshots and his behavior was reported. It was allegedly brought to legal's attention, he was spoken to and not fired. Recently found out from someone that still employed, that they were were also sexually harassed by someone and it was reported. Seems to be a problem... Among other things, leadership hires tend to be condescending and incompetent, and knowingly upon hire this leader had no experience within my role to support me and team. They lacked people management skills, didn't listen to feedback and reacts very defensively. This person passed the Vista test though, so she must be "great." Speaking of the Vista test, a senior manager was hired when they clearly had zero senior manager experience. They were the default candidate choice because one of the other candidates couldn't pass the Vista test they took 3 times, and the other candidate was offered a job elsewhere. Yes, this person that received the senior manager role with zero senior experience and barely a year of actual experience in the department, was in fact, a stereotypical skin color and gender. It is common practice to give higher titles to those that don't have the experience to justify the title change while those that do have the extensive experience have to make a case for the higher title. These are just the few instances and examples I have the energy to share.

Advice to Management

Take a good, hard look at the company you want to be, the people you want to lead, promote in tandem with spreading the good word of our values and mission. Every company has it's pain points but then why be different when you can be like every stereotypical corporation. Leadership needs to be held accountable, listen to specific feedback given. Individual contributors have nothing to gain and everything to loose when we give details and feedback on our experiences.

They even up'd my original offer before negotiation and when I accepted my position, offer unlimited PTO, additional recharge weeks, reasonable stock (when we IPO'd), free massages, yoga, etc...it was a place that paid you your worth and offered substantial ERGs and other resources.

23 August 2022

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7 April 2022

Does Pluralsight offer dental insurance?

Pros

Good company to work for. They really care about their employees. Benefits are great from health and dental coverage, wellness allowance, unlimited PTO, recharge weeks, which they really encourage us to take off to ensure we don't get burn out. People are amazing! Career opportunity is endless.

Cons

Not a lot of company events to bring everyone together.

Benefits are great from health and dental coverage, wellness allowance, unlimited PTO, recharge weeks, which they really encourage us to take off to ensure we don't get burn out.

7 April 2022

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27 July 2021

Does Pluralsight offer parental leave?

Pros

- Excellent benefits, unlimited PTO, 100% covered insurance premiums, incredible maternity leave plan, gym reimbursement - GORGEOUS campus in Draper, UT - Encouraged to learn, grow, and challenge yourself

Cons

- Can sometimes be difficult to move up in your job

Excellent benefits, unlimited PTO, 100% covered insurance premiums, incredible maternity leave plan, gym reimbursement

27 July 2021

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14 October 2020

Does Pluralsight have a pension plan?

Pros

Insurance, Pension, Gym allowance, ESPP

Cons

Childish management, no communication skills

Insurance, Pension, Gym allowance, ESPP

14 October 2020

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