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ideas42 is a scam
Senior team's lack of domain knowledge = poor execution. Most projects at ideas42 dont produce good results due to bad management and planning but these are accepted at "learnings" and get brushed under the rug. Internal politics result in bad quality work. Senior team members promote those that they like and silence those who speak out. While management touts a fair and transparent feedback policy, those who do speak up about senior team misconduct are pushed out. Ego driven decision making and senior teams' penchant for pushing work onto others (and calling it "opportunities for development) has led to a deeply unhealthy upstairs/downstairs culture. Collective senior team conduct is unacceptable. One MD is particularly creepy and regularly pulls new, young female recruits onto his team. Two other MDs aren't on speaking terms with each other. The CFO covered up Piyush Tantia's "creative accounting", gaining immunity from being fired over repeated (documented) harassment of female team members. One MD has lost contracts and is directly responsible for the departure of 6 junior staff, but continues to be employed here. The takeaway here is that ideas42 doesn't prioritize doing good work or employee morale; as another reviewer said, they want to continue bringing in business (and conning foundations & partners) at the expense of employee morale. Senior team uses the ideas42 platform to stroke their own egos and take home a hefty paycheck. It seems like they've lost any real drive, passion, or commitment to the work they originally set out to do. Josh Wright and Piyush Tantia are deeply flawed individuals. The organization is a direct reflection of their lack of humility and emotional intelligence. They routinely attribute a high turnover rate to "bad cultural fits" but haven't yet realized that most people leave because their leadership isn't inspiring. In reality, they are truly terrible people managers (and in Piyush's case, aggressively lazy), but their pride/ego will surely protect them from ever realizing it.
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