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private:clerky Sep 11th, 2023 12:00AM Open Open Clerky Senior Software Engineer San Francisco, CA Great People, Tight-Knit Company The people were great, I really enjoyed working with everyone there. They do a great job hiring very capable people that are just great human beings as well, which makes it really enjoyable. They were remote-first before they were forced to be. This means they've spent years on their process and communication style and setup to make it work well. You were treated really well; pay and benefits are generous and I was able to have true work-life balance. I really enjoyed their approach. As an engineer, I felt there were very few arbitrary deadlines, perhaps 1 or 2 firedrills over multiple years being there, and I felt like there was genuine interest and encouragement in being able to share ideas and to pursue them. None that I can think of. 1.0 POSITIVE 1.0 POSITIVE 0.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 2136631 Open 0.0 [] REGULAR No No 6.0 Open Sep 11th, 2023 10:35PM Sep 11th, 2023 10:35PM Clerky Financial Services
private:clerky Jun 19th, 2018 12:00AM Open Open Clerky A great fit for the right person The team is friendly, dedicated, hardworking, and does things the right way, instead of taking shortcuts. The two founders both have expertise in law *and* software development (expect to learn a lot about either/or, depending on your role). This is critical when running a legal technology company, because a typical startup "move fast and break things" approach can cause problems easily, while looking at things only from a legal perspective will leave you with software no one wants to use. The working hours are generally flexible (though often long, as with many startups) and "fire drill" type situations are very rare. The work demands a level of attention to detail (and focus) that is rare outside of niche specialties (like public company work at a top law firm). That doesn't sound that bad, but it can be a big con depending on your personality and work style. Additionally, there are a lot of public misperceptions about what the company is actually doing/building/innovating. Doing anything disruptive and successful in the legal technology space generally requires a very long time, by nature of the industry - the company is definitely running a marathon, not a sprint. I don't think the company is a good fit for someone looking for a stereotypical startup experience, like what you see in popular media. Finally, everything is optimized for people that are really into their work, so I don’t think the company is a good fit for people that don't happen to fall into that bucket. 2.0 5.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 2136631 Open Spend more time on marketing and getting the word out. 0.0 [] REGULAR No No 0.0 Sep 9th, 2019 12:22PM Jun 29th, 2021 09:26PM Clerky Financial Services

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