I cannot help but call them out on those "everybody loves working in our company" statements. I know some companies are better than others, but none are perfect. There are always gonna be people you don't like, discussions that get you down other challenges that make office what it is.
I can't be the only one thinking that the more companies invest into you, the more they expect in return? Like, if they give you all the freedom to work where and when you want (inside the company), they probably expect more time than 8 hours a day.
In the end all this is, is clever recruitment/marketing.
Just my 2 cents!
To be fair, they seem to have pretty positive feedback on glassdoor. But I do agree with the sentiment
That's pretty much every company regardless of industry, and glassdoor always backs this up.
And whenever a company has teams it's going to vary wildly from experience to experience who leaves when.
Like there's no ad or media agency who doesn't have poor work life balance in their glassdoor negatives from previous employees.
It's not necessarily companies investing more in you and expecting more. It's the system in general.
In fact the entire UX Idea of continually being a do it all man/woman (coding, aesthetic design, researching and implementing User Experiences in design in one) promotes the idea of employers spreading each employee pretty damn thin and not paying you equally for each part cut out of the equation by a long shot.
Big fan of Karri. Nice to see a feature like this.