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- 5.07 Jul 2023Senior Software EngineerCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearBengaluru
Culture and work life balance
Frequenct switches in the team E commerce becomes a bit stagnantMyntra Response3mo
Thank you so much for sharing your feedback. We're so glad you're enjoying being part of our culture.
- 5.04 Dec 2017Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearBengaluru
1. Culture is flexible, and can be set by individual team appropriately per its needs, as long as the product roadmap is honoured, management do not intervene. This in essence helps foster creativity within bounds. 2. People who can prove themselves with architecture proposals to architects and get a buy-in from all stakeholders, will get total autonomy in execution. Very empowering. This naturally creates an illusion of favouritism for those who don't work but desire equal recognition. Naturally you see them whining here with bad review and feedback. 3. Reaching a suitable work and personal life balance is very personal. You and your manager are going to wanna work things out, as each of us have different needs and different commitments. 4. Generally employee friendly policies (this is my 7th company and have worked in different type of companies.., viz., ITES, SaaS product, tangible product, Manufacturing and retail, BFSI) and Myntra is one of the few companies that respects its employees' more than all my previous archaic and oligarch type work culture. 5. Rewards and recognition is pretty straightforward, you get recognised for what you do and you are invisible if you keep expecting things to fall on your lap. It's a dog eat dog world, if you think you're entitled to good project work, good hike, good this, good that.., sorry but the competition is too high for your 'entitled' self to find a place here. I personally don't like to work with people who expect things from company without working for it. 6. Meetups, hangouts, and other employee gathering events have beverages that no other company sponsor. This is for those who are expecting 'wow' factor.
1. As company scales up and scales out, some decisions may or may not be "liked" be everyone. In a democratic setting, the minority group will also get the short end of things. I think they should respect we have democratic setting in the first place, else no one will have a choice. 2. People coming from different company background expect different things, and the freedom I mentioned in Pros become apparent, these new people tend to misuse it. That's why managers curtail such nuisance and people become upset. So if we focus on our tasks and not bother about our neighbours, we're spared the bad rating. 3. Somehow, long vacations are allowed here and it's difficult to work with short staffed team with high priority deliverables.1