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  1. Utile (1)

    « Une super boite et une culture à part »

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    Je travaille chez HubSpot à plein temps (Plus d'un an)

    Avantages

    La culture de Hubspot permet énormément de flexibilité. Tant que les résultats sont au rdv vous pouvez gérer votre temps comme vous le souhaitez. C’est une boite américaine et il n’y a pas de culture de la “presence”.

    On apprend également beaucoup de choses (account management/ mentoring/ négociation...)

    L’ambiance est par ailleurs vraiment tres bonne. Ca bosse dur mais il y a beaucoup de récompenses à la clè

    La boite est en pleine croissance

    Inconvénients

    Il faut être capable d apprendre tres vite car il y a beaucoup de choses à connaitre sur le produit / les process/ les soft skills.
    Il y a néanmoins un super accompagnement pour vous aider

    Conseils à la direction

    Gardez cette culture !


  2. « Très bonne entreprise et super environnement de travail »

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    Employé actuel - Sales Engineer - Dublin, Dublin (Irlande)
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    Je travaille chez HubSpot à plein temps (Plus d'un an)

    Avantages

    Je travaille chez HubSpot depuis 1 ans, directement en contact avec les équipes commerciales. HubSpot me donne la possibilité de travailler à distance quand je le souhaite, nous avons beaucoup de flexibilité. Chez HubSpot nous sommes tous très indépendants et j'aime le fait qu'il n'y ai pas de micro-management. L'ambiance de travail est également un point positif, de nombreux évènements sont organisés pour souder l'équipe et créer une vraie communauté française :)

    Inconvénients

    Je n'ai pour le moment pas de points négatifs à mettre en avant concernant HubSpot

  3. « Environnement incroyable »

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    Employé actuel - Technical Customer Support Engineer - Dublin, Dublin (Irlande)
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    Je travaille chez HubSpot à plein temps (Moins d'un an)

    Avantages

    Hubspot est une structure remarquable dont la culture et les collaborateurs font la force, et qui a su garder ses valeurs intactes malgré son rythme de croissance. Les managers sont très ouverts et à l'écoute des employés, prompts à donner des feedbacks constructifs. Chacun dispose d'une grande autonomie (très bon horaires pour jongler entre vie pro/vie perso, une heure aménagée par jour pour travailler sur des projets annexes, se former sur différents outils ou simplement aller observer et discuter avec d'autres services). Il y a une véritable valorisation des compétences, les opportunités de carrière en interne sont très bonnes des lors que l'on fait ses preuves. L'environnement multiculturel est très enrichissant, ce qui, en y ajoutant les locaux et perks, contribue à créer un environnement de travail incroyable.

    Inconvénients

    Une croissance très rapide qui demande de rester perpétuellement à l'écoute des évolutions des produits et process.

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  4. Utile (1)

    « Amazing »

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    It is a loving place and everyone is very nice.Yeah its amazing. Bye thanks.I loved it there so much.so i love it

    Inconvénients

    Its a fun loving you will feel like its your home and its a good place and yeah thats a bout it.


  5. « Robust Professional Development »

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    Employé actuel - Customer Success Manager - Cambridge, MA (États-Unis)
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    Je travaille chez HubSpot à plein temps (Moins d'un an)

    Avantages

    HubSpot's learning and development (L&D) is like nothing I've ever experienced. They provide plenty of resources, feedback, and tools to help you ramp up, including very flexible and reasonable expectations and time to get comfortable in your role. What's more, it's a culture that never settles -- I loved the fact that a debate happened a recent holiday gathering among colleagues of what tools need to be improved to meet our customers needs. Obviously, the perks -- free BlueBike, a barista, on-site gym, unlimited vacation, snack bar, Book Club, etc... -- are insane, but it truly is the people. They do a great job hiring humble, empathetic people who want to advance their customer's cause and the brand as a whole. And once you're in the role for a year, your opportunities to move up and laterally really start to take off. If you're coming from an agency (PR, adv, marketing, research/insights, etc.) you will be pleasantly surprised at how quickly HubSpot adapts and changes to meet customer and worker needs.

    Inconvénients

    The amount of information you're expected to know can be daunting, and while there are a lot of great resources, they can be scattered. You determine your success - if you don't adopt a Type-A POV on organizing your inbox, calendar, resources, and soundbites, you will fail. Period. (I was NOT coming into the role.) Depending on your role, it can also be tough to develop long-term relationships with customers because unlike other organizations, you aren't meeting weekly, bi-weekly, or sometimes even monthly. If that matters to you, you'll need to put in a little extra legwork. And get ready for imposter syndrome - it's impossible to know the entire product, but navigating this gets easier.

    Conseils à la direction

    We NEED to clean up the wiki. Also, the Academy/trainings are a little rudimentary... not only is the product getting more robust, but our customers are getting more savvy and more technical. It isn't a problem yet, but I think we can get more in-depth, which might require CSMs and ICs taking on less clients so they can devote more time to them. I like the Knowledge Base, but consolidating some of the repetitive articles could also make it more approachable to customers. More technical resources could also help our customers.


  6. « A company that is trying to drive growth the right way. »

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    Je travaille chez HubSpot à plein temps (Plus de 5 ans)

    Avantages

    Really smart, engaged, genuine management team.
    Innovating on new products, opening new offices, trying to solve for the customer (SMB businesses). Trying to really drive growth the right way.
    Great healthcare benefits and great place to work for women/new moms. Very supportive community groups.

    Inconvénients

    Normal pains of a start-up growing into scale-up. Going through systems transitions that are necessary for the company to be able to keep growing at this pace & scale.


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    « It doesn't get much better than this for a software engineer »

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    Employé actuel - Senior Software Engineer - Cambridge, MA (États-Unis)
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    Je travaille chez HubSpot à plein temps (Moins d'un an)

    Avantages

    Incredibly sophisticated engineering platform infrastructure; dealing with data scale challenges on the order of 50 million+ reads/second; regular opportunities to move between teams and pick up new skills; flexible hours and WFH; gorgeous Cambridge offices with lots of perks; small autonomous teams; upward mobility if you're willing and able; unlimited vacation; no-deductible health care; very smart, capable and engaged colleagues (who would've thought if you treat your employees very well, they pay you back with awesome performance and productivity); the list goes on...

    Inconvénients

    If you think there are any legitimate 'cons' to working at a place like this, you have lived in one pretty sheltered bubble your whole life my friend. I would encourage you to get out into the world and gain some perspective.

    Conseils à la direction

    Keep doing what you're doing!

  8. « 2.5 years later, and growing better every day! »

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    Employé actuel - Consultant - Cambridge, MA (États-Unis)
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    Je travaille chez HubSpot à plein temps (Plus d'un an)

    Avantages

    I have waited a while to post my review in case anything went downhill, but my experience here (while up and down at times -- what job isn't?) continues to exceed my expectations! There are a lot of pros, so here are the highlights:

    -No one ever turns you down for a coffee meeting -- you will always be learning and meeting new people.
    -Unheard of perks like free food (fresh fruit), coffee/tea, unlimited time off, WFH.
    -Main policy is UGJ -- there is an incredible about of autonomy over your work and schedule. Being able to work remotely has been a game changer for my ability to control work/life balance, and I am so appreciative to be trusted to WFH.
    -The work is very challenging, but in a way that pushes you to learn and be more independent.
    -Everyone has a voice, and everyone listens to what you have to say.
    -Transparency
    -So much collaboration!
    -Recognition is given often, and in fun ways.
    -Opportunities to grow personally and professionally are always encouraged, and often covered by HubSpot (tuition reimbursement program). Free book program!
    -Sabbatical/bonus at 5 years
    -Our facilities team is amazing. So friendly and hardworking.
    -Management is typically understanding of personal needs and works hard to work with you to make sure you take care of your mental and physical health.
    -Dogs! There is always a dog somewhere in one of the buildings if you need a furry friend to hug.

    Finally, our leaders truly care about HubSpot and HubSpotters. They are transparent with our progress, and listen to employees at all levels. They want us to be happy and successful - I recognize how big of a challenge it is to make all of your employees feel valued and appreciated, but they are trying really hard to achieve that.

    I stay at HubSpot because I believe in what we are doing here, I feel appreciated, and it feels good to make an impact. Every company meeting reminds me why we are all here, and what we are working toward as a whole.

    Inconvénients

    -Some teams aren't growing as quickly as the product is, leaving employees feeling a bit overwhelmed with the amount of work on their plate. Definitely some growing pains as HubSpot expands, though this has been acknowledged and is being worked on.

    -Internal mobility process could use some love -- I know this is something being looked at, but I have had a few not so great experiences interviewing internally.

    -Entry level employees start with a pretty low salary, which tends to follow them wherever they move internally. Depending on career path, your salary could increase by 50% in a couple of years, but that doesn't matter much when you started below 40k. External hires with similar if not less experience tend to be valued more than internal hires and paid more for the same jobs. This leaves internal applicants feeling unmotivated and like they have to go somewhere else to be compensated fairly for their work. Salary isn't everything, but becomes more and more important as your career progresses. Having a job you love at a company you feel valued at is so so important, but making enough to pay your bills/loans and live a relatively comfortable life is important too.

    Conseils à la direction

    Keep listening to employees and taking action on their feedback. Seeing top leaders interacting with employees of all levels is so encouraging and motivating -- we love that!

    I would love to see more mingling between departments. I have always been in Customer Success, and wish there were more opportunities to meet people outside of my department. Not that there aren't any, but would love some new kinds of opportunities for that.

    Care a bit more about keeping the people who have put everything they have into HubSpot, and want to stay here. I have seen a lot of amazing and intelligent people leave not necessarily because they wanted to, but because they felt there was nothing left for them to do at HubSpot, and other companies would pay them a salary more in line with their skills and responsibilities.

    Overall, AMAZING place to work, and I truly appreciate all of the support and opportunity I have here. I am always proud to tell people I work at HubSpot, and I hope to continue working here for a long time :)


  9. « Great place to grow your career »

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    Je travaille chez HubSpot à plein temps (Plus d'un an)

    Avantages

    It's a place where you're constantly challenged, pushed outside your comfort zone (in a good way), and able to learn a lot. You have to be proactive about it, but there's so much opportunity if you make the effort. The company has been on a rocket ship for the past few years and has no intention of slowing down.

    Inconvénients

    Things change quickly and longterm planning isn't a strong suit across departments. Stay adaptable!


  10. « Learning at break-neck speed »

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    Employé actuel - Account Executive - Cambridge, MA (États-Unis)
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    Je travaille chez HubSpot à plein temps (Plus de 3 ans)

    Avantages

    I've been at HubSpot for a little over 3 years now, climbing the sales ladder, from an Inbound Sales Coordinator, to a Business Development Rep, and now to an Inbound Growth Specialist (Account Executive). From never even considering sales as a career in my college days, the amount of coaching and training I've received at HubSpot has been more than I could have imagined. The learning is constant and I always feel there is more to learn. HubSpot as a whole also has exceptional executive leadership that not only cares about the customer and the growth of the company but on it's employees as well. I'm very bullish not only on the growth and market potential we have but also in the Diversity and Inclusion initiatives that our Co-Founders have places as an area of emphasis. As a sales rep that is also Latino, I've felt very comfortable in my time here, surrounded by ambitious, driven, intelligent, and kind people.

    Inconvénients

    The expectations are consistently high and not without it's stress. However, we have an abundance of resources and managers that genuinely care about it's employees in order to handle every day life and acknowledge that life isn't just work.

    Conseils à la direction

    Keep investing in D&I as well as small perks in the employees. Even small teams like the international teams in the Cambridge office, who have been CRUSHING it for two years now deserve a lot more attention and recognition than we've had.