This company has 3 responses.
Typical work hours per week? (Include any time at the office or on your work computer.)
I am expected to be doing productive work 100% of the time that I'm at work.
I feel free to adjust my schedule earlier or later in the day to be more compatible with my personal preferences or obligations.
I generally expect to work late into the evening.
How many days of on-call rotation do you do per month?
On call requires me to be available to respond to incidents after hours.
On average, how many nights per month are you back at work responding to an incident?
My coworkers are kind.
My company is fun / playful.
My company is intense.
My company is bureaucratic.
My company is relaxed.
I can trust my coworkers to get things done.
People at my company are likely to play ping-pong together.
People at my company are likely to play Dungeons & Dragons together.
People at my company are likely to play basketball/soccer together.
My company enforces a business attire dress code.
It's easy (low friction) to get things done at my company.
I like my manager.
Overall, I feel balanced, content, and happy working at my company.
My team experiences high-pressure "crunch time" at least once a quarter.
My company has a fast-paced work environment.
My team has sufficient time to handle maintenance and technical debt.
My team works on lots of new features.
Percent of work hours spent in synchronous meetings (video, audio, phone, or in-person)?
How are most decisions made?
I'm expected to have my video turned on for calls and meetings.
I'm expected to be highly responsive to texts/chats/emails during the workday.
I'm expected to be highly responsive to texts/chats/emails after the workday ends.
My teammates are highly responsive to texts/chats/emails when I need something from them.
Meetings are run efficiently and are a good use of my time.
Does the company assign any portion of the week for meeting-free work time?
My team respects the scheduled meeting-free work time.
I have a clear understanding of my team's goals and objectives.
I have decision-making input about which projects I'm working on.
I have control over how to complete my work.
I feel micromanaged.
I have clear well-defined tasks to work on.
I'm able to ask for reasonable timeframes and other resources needed to complete my work.
My work is interesting and appropriately challenging, without being overwhelming or boring.
Company policy: days of paid vacation, per year.
(Please enter 365 if your company offers "unlimited" vacation.)
Approximately how many days of vacation time do people actually take, per year?
It's easy to ask for vacation time off at the times that I want it.
During non-bank holidays, how many workdays does the company close to give all employees time off? (i.e. last week of December, etc.)
How much of your time are you allowed to work remotely / work from home if you prefer to?
How much of your time do you actually work remotely / work from home?
Remote employees are valued fairly and equally, regardless of choosing to work remotely.
I'm expected to live within commuting distance of a company office.
I am required to be located in a specific set of timezones.
Employees in every timezone globally are treated fairly and equally.
I feel like I'm friends with some of my coworkers.
My company hosts after-hours social events for employees.
My company hosts off-site overnight retreats for employees.
Outside of work, I hang out with my coworkers.
I feel personal fulfillment from my work.
My company helps make the world a better place.