UXReactor FAQ

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22 February 2021

Does UXReactor offer unlimited holiday?

Pros

You can learn more in less time as there would be a lot of exposure, working with different domains of clients pushes you to understand their products sooner and quicker. Your concerns in the org will be heard and considered

Cons

Work-life balance, working more than 8 hrs, no personal time on weekdays

life balance, working more than 8 hrs, no personal time on weekdays

22 February 2021

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2 September 2020

How are the career development opportunities at UXReactor?

Pros

- Amazing team members and leadership that collaborate well and encourage growth - Opportunities to constantly grow your skillset and career - Wide range of client projects

Cons

- Balancing multiple timezones - Phases of high stress that come and go due to timelines

Opportunities to constantly grow your skillset and career

2 September 2020

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19 January 2021

What kind of career opportunities exist at UXReactor?

Pros

1. Great place with a lot of diversity for learning and exposure to UX Design 2. You get the opportunity to work in different projects, domains, and teams 3. No constraints or limitations, you are always given the opportunity to go beyond your limits 4. You’ll have great mentorship to coach, improve the skills, and to get guidance 5. Environment with inspiring teammates 6. Can organize and also be a part of fun activities and events

Cons

This isn’t really a con, if you really want to get better every day there might be some tradeoffs and challenges that you should be going through, sometimes you need to be flexible with timings since you might be working with different time zone teammates and client

3. No constraints or limitations, you are always given the opportunity to go beyond your limits

19 January 2021

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19 January 2021

Does UXReactor have any sort of mentoring programme?

Pros

1. Great place with a lot of diversity for learning and exposure to UX Design 2. You get the opportunity to work in different projects, domains, and teams 3. No constraints or limitations, you are always given the opportunity to go beyond your limits 4. You’ll have great mentorship to coach, improve the skills, and to get guidance 5. Environment with inspiring teammates 6. Can organize and also be a part of fun activities and events

Cons

This isn’t really a con, if you really want to get better every day there might be some tradeoffs and challenges that you should be going through, sometimes you need to be flexible with timings since you might be working with different time zone teammates and client

4. You’ll have great mentorship to coach, improve the skills, and to get guidance

19 January 2021

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6 June 2021

How are promotions handled at UXReactor?

Pros

From the instant I became a Sr. Visual Designer, I saw many changes in my day to day activities ⏪ Before: I used to rely on my seniors for telling me what to do next ✅ Now: I have to chart a plan and drive initiatives! ⏪ Before: I just had to meet timelines for tasks given to me ✅ Now: I participate in various activities and I’m accountable for their long-term outcomes ⏪ Before: I was afraid to communicate with our clients directly ✅ Now: I am responsible for maintaining transparency and communication with them 😄 ⏪ Before: My work was triple checked for quality ✅ Now: My work has gained the trust and confidence of my teammates ⏪ Before: I was a follower ✅ Now: I’m turning into a leader The one thing I most appreciate about UXReactor is that we are always encouraged to do more and be more than what is in our job descriptions. The sink or swim opportunities force us to come out of our comfort zones and we either - 😨 Sink - in which case we always learn from our mistakes or, 🏊‍♀️ Swim - and add another feather to our cap

Cons

As of now the only con that I have encountered is work-life balance. Sometimes the work is a lot more than one can expect, however that also contributes towards stretching and going beyond our perceived boundaries.

The sink or swim opportunities force us to come out of our comfort zones and we either

6 June 2021

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