Bombay Play Workplace FAQ

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30 April 2021

What is the work environment like at Bombay Play ?

Pros

It has been around 6 months since I joined Bombay Play as a software engineer. the work environment is quite stable here with full of fun activities. I enjoy every movement while working in a team. Co-founders are really supportive and give regular feedback/appreciation to the teams which keep us motivated. Some other Pros 1. Amazing work culture 2. Flexible working hours 3. Regular TGIF every Friday 4. Amazing team members to work with 5. Sharp learning curve 6. Helpful Colleagues 7. Really like the initiative of regular feedback from employee and acting on it proactively.

Cons

Na, All is well, Keep growing.

Advice to Management

Management is great, they are putting a lot of effort to make their employee feel valuable assets and provide assistance in any way possible.

the work environment is quite stable here with full of fun activities.

30 April 2021

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7 October 2019

How do employees feel about working conditions at Bombay Play ?

Pros

- A bunch of cool, talented people on the team. All of them great at what they do, and amazing to hang out with - Great work environment. It's a mobile games start-up so, technically, work is play. But when it comes down to doing serious work, it's done with great spirit. - Everyone is seen and heard. Working here feels more like being a part of a "team" as opposed to feeling like employment. Every project/venture is highly collaborative and decentralised.

Cons

None that come to mind.

Great work environment.

7 October 2019

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