Granted, it was only 20 people but still..
according to Glassdoor is: $189,573. https://www.glassdoor.com/Salary/Qlik-Senior-Software-Engineer-Salaries-E354111_D_KO5,29.htm This cannot be true..
Leadership team has no vision or accountability Missing target revenue quarter over quarter with no solid plan to turn things around Culture of firefighting valued over planning 5 CIOs in 7 yrs (3 in the last 2 years) Core values are words only. No... — read more
If you are US based - avoid avoid avoid.. Run far away from that snake's pit. The Europeans which are running this outfit are piece of work.. If they run EU in the same manner nothing good expects them.
Do you feel we are headed in the right direction? For the first time in a long time I feel some of the newer manager (No higher than VPs) are doing the right things. Bringing in outsiders from companies that actually have their s–t together. A... — read more
I'm new here, been with Qlik for less than a year. I absolutely love my job! Losing it would be devastating for me right now, so I'm hoping the company is doing as well as I think and no layoffs are going to be happening any time soon. How confident... — read more
7% of Qlik global workplace were laid off this week.
Massive cuts to Qlik R&D this past week worldwide. Many good people lost their jobs, while many incompetent people kept their jobs. Qlik had a chance to trim the fat and completely missed the mark. Found this in another thread, bumped it to the front... — read more
Is it true?
Hearing very deep cuts globally in sales and marketing. Anyone else?
Check them out on this site, search for it - Riverbed, Deltek, SolarWinds forums will pop up. The term Blood-s---ing keeps popping up
salary of $250K (us dollars) for software developer, top notch management, excellent product, great benefits. what else one could want or dream about? Many people would leave Google or Amazon if they get an offer from Qlik!
Perhaps someone has some insight?
How many have been laid off so far? How many more to go?
Vancouver office has closed, one of the hardest working groups of individuals. End of an era is correct.
15% of total workforce laid off globally in restructuring.