Great atmosphere, good benefits, great work life balance, and really good people. This has been a great place to be. I can't recommend it enough.
We're not very good at crafting experiences. Chasing features and not stopping to pay back our technical and product debt will burn us when a strong competitor comes around.
People like their jobs but aren't sold on how what they do impacts customers.
Advies aan management
The feeling of coming to work at WorkWave is excellent already, but do two more things:
1. Have an Apple style "Snow Leopard" period of reflection and realize that reliability and friendliness sells products as much as new features. And that doesn't just mean marketing it better; it means building it better.
2. To keep people engaged with their jobs try and find ways to remind them of how what they do impacts our customers.