- Aberdeen, United Kingdom
- 1 to 50 Employees
- 3 Locations
- Type: Company - Private
- Founded in 2014
- Revenue: Unknown / Non-Applicable
- Information Technology Support Services
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Hi All, I need some suggestion and help. I am on notice period and 2 months left from 3 months. Now Manager told me to extend your notice period for 15 more days and pressurise me to talk with new company if I want smooth transition. He wants to withdraw current resignation and again wants to resign.
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I'll state the pluses in bullet points: - flexibility - maybe the greatest thing in this company is this. You can make your own working hours schedule without anyone bugging you why you are not starting your work at 8 o'clock or why you missed 4 hours in the middle of the day. For me, this is the first company that is so permissive. The only "must" is to be present at the meetings with the clients - really nice people - everyone around is really friendly, opened to listen what's on your mind, always glad to help, respectful, joyful - no-strictness - either on hands-on projects or in other respects to internal procedures, there is not that much of strictness when it comes to your wills or problems you have to overcome in your personal life (everyone understands if you want a day-off tomorrow or you will not be able to work full 8 hours in that day because you have something else to take care) - relaxed vibe - no one wants to put you under pressure and you are given space for delivering tasks as long as you truly are a team-player and strive for making clients happy with your work. There are indeed moments when dead-lines fasts-up the pace, but usually you can work at your own speed. Beside that, people do now and then different after-work activities, sometimes initiated by the CEOs. - salary - I left it last because the salary is not matching the ones from top companies, rather a median or above median one, but if added to other pluses, at least for me or someone who prefers work-life balance, makes it a good competitor in the market
Given the fact that the company is a small one and everything is still on-going in making it better, I will still put them here, exactly how they look at this moment of time: - internal employee feedback process - given the fact that people get to rotate on projects, there is no one which can do One on Ones with you as in other companies (usually they are done by your Team-Lead or Project Manager). I think HR should take care of this until someone else can take responsibility for it - project processes - there is a lack in having a good work organisation in terms of procedures, policies, standard guidelines, IT workflows. I assume all this happens because the company is a small one and these come organically with the needs forced by the human resources increase. Good thing is that I see willingness to improve them (more experienced people are employed, CEOs are opened to feed-backs, small steps were taken etc.) - not that much Agile/Scrum - ceremonies especially are missing (Sprint Retro, Sprint Estimation, Sprint Review etc) - project management - too many times the PMs do the work individually and do not engage the team to lead the way and make it more independent. I think the PMs work ethics need a bit of refinement and some training on how to trust the teams and create leadership skills within them
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I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Fabrit Global (Cluj-Napoca) in Feb 2023
InterviewThe interview was in two stages, HR + tech The big problem with the interview and the offer was that the food vouchers were included in the salary. this was NOT easy to understand, nor logical. Base pay is too low for the industry standards and the offer received was much lower than asked for, justifying the offer as adding me in a specific band. a small company should not have three bands per seniority, it does not make sense to have it scaled up without company maturity. the technical interview was too short in my opinion(especially for three bands per seniority).Interview
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