Going through an acquisition was fairly difficult, as expected, communication to employees did not coming quickly enough though. Open communication all round needs to be worked on - from management and HR.
The people are what made my experience pretty awesome. Making the effort to integrate with other departments is well worth it. Typical days were busy within the HR department with a fair bit of upheaval due to a whole new team coming in mid-2017, but we (HR) worked closely to build a better employee experience and put in place processes to aid recruitment, changes benefits and salary fairness.
It would be great for the Company to get behind some of the social initiatives suggested, and see these as both short & long term employee retention strategies. Small morale boosters go a long way. It isn't all one sided, I do believe that the employees need to facilitate change with a little ownership too.
The physical office space needs work, as currently it's not very inviting and is dated. Unfortunately, there is push back on this important element. Cambridge is supposed to be a fintech start up, and the space needs to reflect that. Not only for clients but also for the all important employees who are there 9 hours a day.
There are some really amazing people that work at Cambridge and you can really create your own little family. Overall Cambridge is a good place to work and is heading in the right direction.
physical interior is very dated, management push back on important elements, slow decision process
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