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Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at Sense.

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15 English questions out of 15

3 November 2021

Does Sense offer unlimited holiday?

Pros

Empathy-first team leaders (in my department, anyways) Unlimited PTO Diverse team - almost everyone is *actually* nice and helpful

Cons

Too much information is tribal knowledge -- not enough written down, but they've added a new enablement department to help solve this problem. Tough to get engineering tickets through without bugging the same people over and over and over again. Have to fight hard to get things through unless your client has a super high ARR.

Advice to Management

Raise base salaries -- other than that, keep it up and make sure empathy always comes first (you're doing a great job so far)

Unlimited PTO

3 November 2021

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1 July 2021

How are senior leaders perceived at Sense?

Pros

Good leadership, talented peers, competitive pay.

Cons

Average perks, below average in some cases.

Good leadership, talented peers, competitive pay.

1 July 2021

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11 March 2021

What are some insights into the strategy or vision at Sense?

Pros

Sense has the best culture I've ever had the opportunity to experience. Leadership listens to their people and everyone has a voice. The product is highly in-tune with what customers actually need and want vs focusing only on shiny things. One of the Sense core values is being customer obsessed. Its so great to work for a place where customers love what we are doing and constantly sharing positive feedback with us. The organization's growth is exciting and and it appears that everyone is keeping the concept of good profits in mind instead of trying to pick up every penny we come across.

Cons

Its a start-up experiencing tremendous growth so pace is fast and constant and therefore not for everyone.

Advice to Management

Keep it up, its been a blast!

One of the Sense core values is being customer obsessed.

11 March 2021

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18 November 2019

How are the career development opportunities at Sense?

Pros

- Everyone has an opportunity to influence product development - The organization responds well to constructive feedback - Work hour expectations are better than average, for a start-up

Cons

- The product complexity can lead to difficulty managing new features - Customers are extremely dialed into their use of the product, which can lead to tough conversations around any mismatch in expectations

Advice to Management

- Please continue to listen to your employees, many care deeply about seeing Sense succeed

Everyone has an opportunity to influence product development

18 November 2019

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11 March 2021

What kind of career opportunities exist at Sense?

Pros

Sense has the best culture I've ever had the opportunity to experience. Leadership listens to their people and everyone has a voice. The product is highly in-tune with what customers actually need and want vs focusing only on shiny things. One of the Sense core values is being customer obsessed. Its so great to work for a place where customers love what we are doing and constantly sharing positive feedback with us. The organization's growth is exciting and and it appears that everyone is keeping the concept of good profits in mind instead of trying to pick up every penny we come across.

Cons

Its a start-up experiencing tremendous growth so pace is fast and constant and therefore not for everyone.

Advice to Management

Keep it up, its been a blast!

Sense has the best culture I've ever had the opportunity to experience.

11 March 2021

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