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31 English questions out of 31

5 October 2022

What is health insurance like at TransferGo?

Pros

+ Freedom to take ownership of many projects, some might be even outside of your official role. This approach differs a lot from big corporates where you are confined by your role's description and cannot venture out outside of your expected responsibilities + A lot of trust is given to come up with your own ideas - you don't just need to always execute plans made by others + Really great work life balance. + The company is full of really talented people - fintech related and other outside talents - it's very inspirational to be in such an environment. + Unlimited holidays, 3 months WFA, private health insurance, plus loads of other great office activities. Where else would you find this? + It's an international company - offices in different locations, many nationalities. + The company truly cares about people - its customers and its employees.

Cons

- Things change all the time. You might have planned for something tomorrow but when tomorrow comes, the approach changes 360 degrees. It requires a lot of focus and being on the ball to track all the changes. However, isn't this the reason why we like working in a startup? Because of its dynamic environment and not needing to follow old procedures , which haven't changed for years. So this is a con for someone who prefers more stability.

+ Unlimited holidays, 3 months WFA, private health insurance, plus loads of other great office activities.

5 October 2022

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10 May 2021

Does TransferGo offer sponsored degrees?

Pros

A team of dedicated professionals, excellent benefits including unlimited vacation, trust days and education budget.

Cons

None found so far, everything is great!

Advice to Management

Keep doing what you do!

A team of dedicated professionals, excellent benefits including unlimited vacation, trust days and education budget.

10 May 2021

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30 August 2022

Does TransferGo offer an employee assistance or workplace counselling program?

Pros

I've been working in other big finance organisations and only TransferGo keeps their word of having trust, benefits and other motivational things to make happy employees. Easy formula: Happy employees->Happy customers->Happy business. Also, company has a lot of swag and professionalism in one way. It is amazing blend to work.

Cons

Health programs are a bit delayed, but in other hand it is a good prevention from unstable people who always drains it .

Advice to Management

Keep the swag - it is amazing. Keep the feeling of freedom - it's nothing like in other big finance companies. Everything else comes in place when everyone is working with smile.

I've been working in other big finance organisations and only TransferGo keeps their word of having trust, benefits and other motivational things to make happy employees.

30 August 2022

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14 August 2022

Does TransferGo offer unlimited holiday?

Pros

flexible schedule, ability to manage your time, work- life balance, supportive and understanding colleagues and bosses, holiday policy, great approach of the company to each worker, free time culture

Cons

sometimes work can be stressful and pushing sometimes too big load

life balance, supportive and understanding colleagues and bosses, holiday policy, great approach of the company to each worker, free time culture

14 August 2022

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5 October 2022

Does TransferGo offer healthcare cash plans?

Pros

+ Freedom to take ownership of many projects, some might be even outside of your official role. This approach differs a lot from big corporates where you are confined by your role's description and cannot venture out outside of your expected responsibilities + A lot of trust is given to come up with your own ideas - you don't just need to always execute plans made by others + Really great work life balance. + The company is full of really talented people - fintech related and other outside talents - it's very inspirational to be in such an environment. + Unlimited holidays, 3 months WFA, private health insurance, plus loads of other great office activities. Where else would you find this? + It's an international company - offices in different locations, many nationalities. + The company truly cares about people - its customers and its employees.

Cons

- Things change all the time. You might have planned for something tomorrow but when tomorrow comes, the approach changes 360 degrees. It requires a lot of focus and being on the ball to track all the changes. However, isn't this the reason why we like working in a startup? Because of its dynamic environment and not needing to follow old procedures , which haven't changed for years. So this is a con for someone who prefers more stability.

+ Unlimited holidays, 3 months WFA, private health insurance, plus loads of other great office activities.

5 October 2022

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