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Anonymous shared this review of Squarespace, United States on Oct 1st, 2023
"There are tons of women managers and women with visibility throughout the company. The organization's policies and culture is naturally flexible so you can live your life and celebrate your life outside of SQSP while there too. "
Anonymous shared this review of Squarespace, United States on Jun 1st, 2022
"People are very nice, hard working and absolute pleasure to work with. Learning is constant and at least in infra, there's a big emphasis in staying healthy. Both physically and mentally. There's a lot of good perks, like health insurance that covers 100% of the cost. You are not paying premiums or anything of the like. Leaders aren't afraid to throw money at something. You want to experiment with X & Y but costs Z? Go ahead, experiment. They have hackweeks twice a year, where everyone participates and it is very respected. It doesn't have to be tech related either. If you want to fix up your garden all week, that's your hackweek. Just show everyone some pretty photos so we can all go ooooh and aaaah! Most of the good culture is in the infra teams, product teams might be hit and miss, so always ask plenty of questions. However, there's a lot of change a lot to do and not enough people. Spite needing more people in certain infra teams, hiring is slow. Oncall can be brutal and soul crushing in some teams. If the team has 3-4 people, they are praying you say yes to that offer, they are probably very tired once a month oncall. Promotions and leveling expectations aren't clear. Higher up management can be very happy and impressed with your work, doesn't mean you are getting promoted. You are either waiting until next cycle, or its a nice promise to lull you to sleep for 6 -12 months. Pay is severely under industry standard. People know this and people are leaving, though management denies there's a problem. Negotiate very well, and don't tell them a number. Ask them to tell you a range. Don't believe them when they say they need to know a number to make an offer, because once its written its final and hard to change. That's a lie. Important: Its a NY based company, convenience of employer may apply! If you are a remote worker, this means you could end up playing NY taxes even if you never lived there. "
Anonymous shared this review of Squarespace, United States on Oct 28th, 2021
"There are great initiatives but the pay is not equal for women."
"Squarespace is a great place to work as a woman. There are women in leadership roles across the organization, and I feel respected and supported in everything I do."
"There are a lot of women at this company! I love it when I'm in a meeting with all women (which happens a lot). You can be candid here and everyone respects work life balance. You never see someone schedule meetings or message you outside work hours."
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