uTrack Software Senior Leadership FAQ

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

uTrack Software has a Senior Management rating of 4.9, and Eamonn Hughes, the CEO of uTrack Software, has an approval rating of 100% across the organisation.

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1 August 2019

How are senior leaders perceived at uTrack Software?

Pros

The working environment, in both Dublin and the Birmingham offices are second to non. With impressively kitted out spaces, state of the art technology to work with and excellent in-office amenities and company perks, employees really do feel at home and cared for beyond anything I've experienced elsewhere. In addition to the excellent perks are some great people who are not only willing to invest in you professionally, but actively want to build bonds and ties of friendship and growth. These excellent character traits are really evidenced when a new starter arrives. In fact, for my start at uTrack I couldn't have been more welcomed. In fact, an honourable mention goes out to the Birmingham office Manager and Testing Lead for their involvement in making me feel right at home. The CEO's really are great people too, actively involved in leading from the front. It's from them that we all derive a forward thinking and global attitude, and why uTrack is a diverse place with some great characters involved. Finally, I would like to mention that everyone at uTrack receives a level of freedom and flexibility rarely seen elsewhere. This means employees get to see the fruits of their labour, make decisions that shape the company and have a influence upon outcomes and processes.

Cons

I could be here all day trying to think of a single con. Impossible!

Advice to Management

Keep up the good word

The CEO's really are great people too, actively involved in leading from the front.

1 August 2019

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