After days of career ladders of Monzo, we finally published another career ladder for getworkrecognized. We talked to some recruiters and asked them what is their biggest pain points and came up with our own career ladder. You can check it out here.
I am in a Monzo rush. Monzo's career ladders are public and super accessible. Super happy about that, so today I decided to publish the generic career ladder in the career ladders explorer. You can find the career ladder here.
Next to Marketing Monzo shines with its own product: The banking app. But the banking app is powered by many products that are not seen by the public. Learn what product owners at Monzo have to take care of in this career ladder.
After the first Monzo Career ladder yesterday, I worked on bringing the second career ladder of Monzo live. It is the marketing manager career ladder that you can find here. Monzo's marketing is incredibly important for the company because they have a lot of competitors.
Monzo is one of the most open company regarding the career ladders. We are starting now to integrate their career ladders into the tool, because they are well diversified and quite detailed. You can check the first ladder for Level 1 executive support people here. Also, today marks a 10-day streak of adding career ladders to the tool. Feel free to sign up to create your perfect brag document.
Delivery Hero is one of the fastest growing companies in Germany. Recently accepted into the DAX, the index tracking the top 30 companies in Germany, has done wonders to the company. With the growth that happened and is to be expected the company presented leadership principles that the employees should focus on. We published them in our public career ladder here.
Today marks the first day where we publish our own public career ladder. We have many more career ladders worked out actually but we started with the customer service career ladder because it was needed the most. Out there, there is a big lack of career advice for this job position so we feel we support this job area a lot more.
GetYourGuide's, a smaller travel startup, career ladder was published here. Feel free to check it out here to figure out how the startup supports Marketing Managers to grow in their career and impact the company as a whole.
Added BuzzFeed's associate product design career ladder. BuzzFeed is one of the biggest media and entertainment companies and let their product designers progress in an easy way. Letting them follow this career ladder gives them a guide on how to progress their carer. You can check it out here.
Amazon is one of the biggest companies in the world. Their 14 Leadership Principles that act as a career ladder as well are an important part of Amazon's DNA. Learn how these principles look like here.
GitHub is one of the most known code hosting platforms. They have a lot of employees and got recently acquired by Microsoft. But even before, they had a clear career ladder that is now part of the daily lifes of their employees. You can check it out in the career explorer here.
We finally worked on bringing together the career ladders explorer. It is a central site where all career development plans of bigger companies will be gathered. For orientation and as information product for smaller companies to orientate on. You can find it here. Feel free to give us feedback.
In an initiative to be more open to the community we have decided to open up our data a bit more. We are now working on a Leadership Principle Framework or Progression Framework explorer to let everyone find the right leadership principles they want to orientate on.
The start was done with Klarna's Leadership Principles. Expect a lot more soon.
We have create a feature promise on the landing page that includes the value proposition of the app now on the landing page. You can check it out here.
We have added a page that showcases an example of a Performance Review. It is actually made from the changes I did on the website in the month of June, 2020. You can see it here.
We have added some update preview image styles with fancy background patterns and a basic FAQ that should answer some questions. We are planning to extend the FAQ on an external page and also on the main page. For now, you can check out the FAQ on the home page. Also the feedback page is shown properly on mobile now.
Honestly, our landing page is not the best. We included some screenshots of our application now to win a bit more trust with customers. Feel free to check out the new landing page here.
An IT Architect reached out to us to try the app. We published the leadership principle template for their use case. We will iterate on the feedback. That is why it is called V1. The template consist of the following principles:
Yesterday we released the Associate Product Design Leadership Principles of BuzzFeed. Today the leadership principles for the next higher level are following. They consist of basically the same principles with the addition of:
There are still more positions to cover around BuzzFeed but these will come during the next weeks.
We released a new blog article to give you an overview of what happened during June 2020. Check out the blog article here.
We introduced some of the Leadership Principles by BuzzFeed. We will cover other levels for Product Designers later. The skill areas are the following:
The Login was redesigned. It looks a lot nicer now. You can check it out by clicking on here. It should make the sign up but also the login a lot clearer. No functionality is lost.
We have included the SoundCloud Leadership Principles that you can select now. They consist of:
Trials have been extended
If you sign up now you have 10 days to try the app. Feel free to do so.
We are finally out of Beta 🎉
This means access to the platform is now paid. All existing Beta users will receive free lifetime access to the platform.
Feel free to see our feedback page too. It has testimonials by some of our biggest customers and check how it transformed their career.
We mirrored some blogs also to Medium. We hope that you like it there too, but please read the blogs on our web page. If you have feedback give it to us via the feedback widget.
Hey 👋, now you can give us direct feedback if you are logged into the application. Feel free to use the widget whenever you need it. The feedback page will be ready soon.
It was the case that sometimes when emails were sent out to remind you to track work that these emails were sent out twice. This behavior should be more robust now and should not occur anymore.
We changed the prices to access our tool. The new prices are $11.99 per month and $119.99 per year. Currently you can receive an 16.6% discount on both prices resulting in $9.99 per month or $99.99 per year.
We created an about us page where you can find some information about our goals and vision. We will try to extend the about us page in the future.
We worked hard on integrating login via Google. Now we support:
We might support more logins like normal credential login or logins via LinkedIn but for now these login methods should cover most use cases. If you have feedback, you can provide this soon via our feedback form.
We created the Changelog page to keep you updated with all the exciting things happening on getworkrecognized.com. We plan to extend this page so that you can subscribe to status updates and much more. Stay tuned.
We integrated the leadership principles of GetYourGuide's Marketing team that include:
This leadership template can be found in the application now. It is available to all users.
The Self-Review section in the application got updated. Now Self-Reviews are sorted by date and users can edit the Self-Reviews historically. We also made more clear that when starting your next Self-Review the current track items will disappear into the Self-Review that is created. We also fixed some links and other basic issues.