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28 September 2020

What is health insurance like at 7Park Data?

Pros

paid health insurance, unlimited PTO, fitness reimbursement, and flexible wfh support healthy lifestyle

Cons

no 401k match from employer

paid health insurance, unlimited PTO, fitness reimbursement, and flexible wfh support healthy lifestyle

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23 September 2020

Does 7Park Data offer unlimited holiday?

Pros

This company has been acquired, so it is past the late stage start-up phase is lived in for a while. There are opportunities to grow and continually learn, if you put in the effort and willingness to do so. Upper management is very visible and approachable. Culture is ever evolving and important here. There are nice perks like a weekly free lunch, quarterly happy hours and unlimited PTO to name a few.

Cons

Communication could be better, but I have not worked at a company where that is not the case. It seems at times like people assume everyone is on the same page, when in reality they should be over communicating.

There are nice perks like a weekly free lunch, quarterly happy hours and unlimited PTO to name a few.

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28 September 2020

What is the retirement plan like at 7Park Data?

Pros

paid health insurance, unlimited PTO, fitness reimbursement, and flexible wfh support healthy lifestyle

Cons

no 401k match from employer

no 401k match from employer

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10 May 2019

Does 7Park Data offer massages?

Pros

There is a lot of good stuff to say: * I love my team (and my team lead). My sense of camaraderie is through the roof. This absolutely cannot be overstated. * They take their mantra of "autonomy and respect" very seriously -- if you communicate your commitments and setbacks well (and, of course, can deliver what you commit to deliver), everything's gonna be great and the work-life balance is quite good in my experience. * Recent acquisition means the company's long term future is looking brighter than ever! * Excellent business model with obvious long-term potential, and tons of room for personal career growth. * A ton of opportunities to learn some incredible things from the data science team, especially at typically-weekly Lunch 'n' Learn sessions * Free coffee at an amazing coffee shop right across the street! * Smart, interesting coworkers in all teams, who are fun and engaging to work with. Lots of "characters" who make my day brighter. * Great health insurance.

Cons

* Rapidly growing company that is starting to hit some operational bumpiness because it's right in the middle of becoming a "non-startup". Personally, these growing pains seem unavoidable. * Sometimes feels like sales and research get more attention/priority than engineering from the rest of the org, and we have to scramble to keep up. This seems to improve every day, though, and it does mean that you get to feel like a hero from time to time. Also, extremely par for the course in my experience. * "Autonomy and respect" cuts both ways. You need to be able to stand up for yourself, manage expectations, and communicate well with management.

Free coffee at an amazing coffee shop right across the street!

10 May 2019

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10 May 2019

How are the career development opportunities at 7Park Data?

Pros

There is a lot of good stuff to say: * I love my team (and my team lead). My sense of camaraderie is through the roof. This absolutely cannot be overstated. * They take their mantra of "autonomy and respect" very seriously -- if you communicate your commitments and setbacks well (and, of course, can deliver what you commit to deliver), everything's gonna be great and the work-life balance is quite good in my experience. * Recent acquisition means the company's long term future is looking brighter than ever! * Excellent business model with obvious long-term potential, and tons of room for personal career growth. * A ton of opportunities to learn some incredible things from the data science team, especially at typically-weekly Lunch 'n' Learn sessions * Free coffee at an amazing coffee shop right across the street! * Smart, interesting coworkers in all teams, who are fun and engaging to work with. Lots of "characters" who make my day brighter. * Great health insurance.

Cons

* Rapidly growing company that is starting to hit some operational bumpiness because it's right in the middle of becoming a "non-startup". Personally, these growing pains seem unavoidable. * Sometimes feels like sales and research get more attention/priority than engineering from the rest of the org, and we have to scramble to keep up. This seems to improve every day, though, and it does mean that you get to feel like a hero from time to time. Also, extremely par for the course in my experience. * "Autonomy and respect" cuts both ways. You need to be able to stand up for yourself, manage expectations, and communicate well with management.

term potential, and tons of room for personal career growth.

10 May 2019

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