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- "No training program for new interns." (in 4 reviews)
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Updated 11 Sept 2023
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- 5.011 Sept 2023Operations SpecialistCurrent Employee
Work-From-Home Policies(remote), Lifestyle Spending Allowance, Meals and Entertainment, Offsite Visits. Management and CEO they truly know how to take care of their employees.
I don't think any cons
- 5.028 Aug 2023Product DesignerCurrent Employee
I'm so stoked to be a part of the team at Springworks. The work culture here is amazing! The people are so chill and down-to-earth, and I always feel like I can be myself around them. We're all working towards the same goal, but we also have a lot of fun along the way. Yes, you heard it right—we have cool games and quizzes to play whenever we want to beat the boredom. Right from the first interview call to the onboarding process, everything is so so well managed and smooth here. I have interviewed with over 40 companies, and I have never seen a more honest and efficient hiring process. They literally keep you in the loop throughout the process. One of my favorite things about the work culture here is the open communication. Everyone is always willing to help each other out, and there's no fear of judgment. We have a lot of brainstorming sessions, and everyone's ideas are valued. Another thing I love about the work culture here is the flexibility. We have a relaxed working schedule, and we can work from anywhere and whenever we need to. This allows me to have a better work-life balance, which is important to me. I have been able to ease in pretty nicely, and there is always a Buddy to assist you no matter what. Overall, I'm so happy to work with Springworks, which has such an amazing work culture. It's a great place to be creative, learn, and grow. I'm so proud to be a part of this crew! I genuinely look forward to all the learning that will unfold for me :)
I have seen none thus far
- 5.024 Jul 2023AI/ML EngineerCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearIndore
- Doors are always opened for new ideas! - Respects your growth. - Oppurtunities to work on cutting edge techs - Work on your flexible timings - Leaves are instantly approved! Everyone respects your personal time offs & even casual ones - Plenty more...
- Remote setup is difficult, if you don't properly communicate. Personally, I felt if you don't love what you're doing you will fill your plate with Cons and no Pros. No matter with whom you work with! So learn and enjoy, speak, love and share your work.
- 5.026 Jul 2023Software Development Engineer (SDE) InternCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearBengaluru
1. Springworks operates with the motto "Let us grow together," fostering a supportive environment where individuals, regardless of their job roles, collaborate and assist one another in any way possible to drive the company's growth collectively. 2. At this place, individuals not only engage in work but also enjoy various entertaining games, creating a relaxing atmosphere for everyone. 3. It offers the opportunity to work from home with flexible hours, allowing for a proper balance between work and personal life.
I didn't find any cons.
- 2.031 Jul 2023Software EngineerFormer Employee, less than 1 year
1. Work from anywhere 2. Allowances are decent
1. Unreasonable expectations. 2. Lack of feedback. Even after giving feedback, they don't take it into consideration 3. Cult like work environment 4. Below par pay.2
- 2.08 Dec 2022Sales Development RepresentativeFormer Employee, less than 1 year
Well there are a few pros of working with Springworks which is whyt I have given them a 2 star rating. Like it's a complete WFH opportunity for everyone, the onboarding process is very smooth and there are plenty of reimbursements which is actually a very good thing for a remote startup.
Listing down the cons for this company is not possible because apart from the pros you will find a problem in each and every department of Springworks. 1. The management team is pathetic, Kartik forces you to give a 5 star rating on Glassdoor and LinkedIn as soon as you join the organization and being a new comer you are unable to deny him. 2. They don't give you any proper training for their product or services and assume you to start selling form day 1. 3. They focus on Async Communication but half of the time there is no one around to help you when you have any query or something. 4. The upper management doesn't appreciate the extra mile you go for your work all they want is that whatever tasks they have given you should be completed within the timeline. 5. They will never admit the mistakes or loopholes in their system, they will never see the kind of leads they are providing instead they will be after you for sales and even if you are doing your bit you won't be given any time to justify the numbers or the pipeline you are having.7Springworks Response10mo
Thank you for reviewing us, first of all glad to see you liked the 100 percent remote work, our onboarding process and the benefits which we provide. The HR team at Springworks ensures that your onboarding and subsequent time with us is as smooth for you as possible. Saddened to see some of the things that you have faced while working with us. Starting with the reviews. Yes, we do ask for a Glassdoor and a LinkedIn review at two stages from the candidate, once after the offer is made and accepted (this is for our interview process) and secondly after the employee completes one month in the company. The reason for asking this at one month is because the onboarding is fresh and the employee is best put to give us honest feedback. That being said neither Kartik nor the HR team ever ask for a 5 star rating, we ask to simply review us, whether the review is positive or negative totally depends on us and how successful we have been in onboarding you. Also these reviews are a suggestion and an appeal from our side. It is not a compulsion and it is the employee's choice. Coming to training on products. The first thing we discuss with the new joiner in sales is the product, apart from this we do have an exhaustive sales handbook which has in depth information on products, it’s functions etc. Moreover, the first few weeks as an SDR at Springworks is to shadow and attend demo calls with their colleagues which helps them understand the product better,reach outs, the kind of clients we deal with, scenarios, pricing etc. work on their sales pitch and subsequently start on their own. We understand that without a proper knowledge about the product, selling it is very difficult. That being said, any role will have a success metric assigned to it, without which measuring performance is not possible. We have designed the onboarding process in a way to make you productive from day 1. It is important to give you a couple of quick wins at the start of your journey with us and this is only possible if you are already onboarded and ready to go. It sets the right tone and sets you up for future success. Regarding async communication. Yes, we feel that the future of work will be remote and async which means complete freedom for individuals to do things on their own time. While we push for async work we never discourage anyone from calling when necessary. However it comes with certain expectations, like you all other employees will have tasks running throughout the day and will have their own deadlines. Instant help may not be possible all the time. Exceptions can be made if it is a client requirement/urgent or cannot wait and if someone is denying help you can always escalate the same to the manager, if you don’t get a response, then to the HR and if further escalation is required eventually the CEO. The sales handbook is there for quick and easy reference to solve a query. With any role there will always be expectations and deliverables attached. A role’s success is defined by the performance metrics and numbers associated with it. Timelines are given to operate within a particular timeframe and how the business delivery is expected. Going above and beyond for a task which is assigned to you and going the extra mile in completing the task which was assigned to you to adhere to timelines are two different things. However at Springworks we always believed in timely and public recognition of your work and managers are encouraged to use EngageWith as much as possible. If you still felt that your work has gone unrecognized you could have escalated the same to the HR team. Coming to the last part. Mistakes and loopholes will always exist in a system or a process as with time the process demands changes. That being said, if there is a mistake in the system it should affect each team member in the same way in terms of efficiency for us to make some changes to it. If enough employees are able to sustain in the same process that we follow it cannot be deemed as a mistake/loophole in the system. Coming to leads. Leads for an SDR is one way to generate a business. Having said that, it is also important as an SDR one develops his/her own pipeline, reaches out to prospects via cold calls and emails etc. To develop his/her self and meet the challenges. All deals are not just closed through leads given. Going above and beyond would be to help the team with giving the feedback on why the leads which are generated by them are not good, what is the target group, how can you help them in streamlining the process. At the end of the day sales will be focused on numbers and revenues. It is not just about doing the bit but the overall efforts should result in revenue generation. Justifying the numbers is a part of a bigger picture that led us to have that conversation where it was needed. However, all things considered we would look into your feedback to see what better we can do. We thank you for taking the time out to review us, and appreciate your detailed feedback and some of the pros that you have mentioned. We also apologize for the experience you had while working with us. Thanks & Regards, Team HR.
- 5.09 Aug 2023Operational Specialist ICurrent Employee, less than 1 yearBengaluru
Best employee benefits provider. Client satisfaction.
Sometimes the work flow get little higher.
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Springworks has an overall rating of 4.3 out of 5, based on over 386 reviews left anonymously by employees. 88% of employees would recommend working at Springworks to a friend and 80% have a positive outlook for the business. This rating has decreased by -1% over the last 12 months.
88% of Springworks employees would recommend working there to a friend based on Glassdoor reviews. Employees also rated Springworks 4.4 out of 5 for work life balance, 4.3 for culture and values and 4.3 for career opportunities.