Crossover
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About the company

  • Founded
    2014
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    ₹ 50M - ₹ 5B
  • Industry
    Human Resources & Staffing
  • Headquarters
    Austin
  • Link
    Crossover website

Crossover was founded in 2014 with the belief that a global shift towards remote working is not only inevitable, but better for everyone. Companies benefit because it enables them to hire the best people in the world, not the best people who live nearby. And workers benefit because it makes silicon valley jobs (and pay) accessible from anywhere – as well as reclaiming the time they waste every day commuting to the office.

We've recruited over 4,000 rockstars in more than 130 countries. Everyone has their own Crossover story… What will yours be?

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Technical Product Manager in Online
on December 26, 2019
Difficult to adjust to crossover culture

As was getting paid in USD without travel to USA it was good. Crossover tracks your screen presence and number of strokes with websites accessed for 8 hours per day work. The documentation was confusing as they were making changes to nomenclature. The software provided had glitches so spent lot of time in reporting and resolving them.

System Integration Architect in Remote
on August 31, 2022
It is really challenging environment

Monitor our activites Take screenshot and also our face between intervals.Everyday is challenging and I was part of migration and it is even challenning because of different enviornments

C# Software Engineer in Remote
on October 18, 2019
Mixed feelings

Pros:

* Good pay - the one thing i enjoyed the most

* Purely remote - All advantages of working from home!

* Good manager - my manager was very kind, but not all managers. Helpful and professional.

Cons:

* Purely remote - i loved this in the beginning but started to hate after a while. Affected the personality and social interaction. Some health issues as well.

* Too much target - 8 hours (excluding break, lunch, short pauses) won't be sufficient. And the worst part is, target will be increased every quarter. i don't know much about other teams, but in my team everybody including our manager raised concerns to senior management and it didn't go well.

* Stress - Throughout the year, all that ran through my mind was target. Even during holidays I wasn't peaceful

* Poor work life balance - Obvious

* No learning - All i learnt were unit testing, coding standards and refactoring

* No allowable leave/holidays - all leaves taken will be loss of pay

Support Specialist in india
on September 6, 2018
Work if you are on verge of dying without it.

I worked there for about 2 years...the work pressure was so high and they expect you to be robots....worst company i ever worked with...no leaves were given and the manager was the root cause of everything.not at all fit for humans.

Chief Rails Architect in Bangalore Urban, Karnataka
on February 22, 2018
Amazing place to work

Fantastic culture, good pay, lets us plan the day and balance work and life in our own style. Only downside is security of job - as nothing is guaranteed and no vacations. Work and get paid.

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