Based on 293 ratings about their team and environment, employees at Esri are satisfied with their office vibe and rank their overall culture within the Top 30% of similar sized companies on Comparably.
Comparably recognizes both team members and the environment curated by the employers as essential to a great office vibe, and has therefore decided to display related data to these two subculture categories.
80% of Esri's employees look forward to interacting with their coworkers on a daily basis, and 40% say they hang out with their coworkers outside of work Never. The majority of Esri employees work on average 8 hours per day in a positive work environment.
50% think there is a great office vibe at Esri. Most employees feel Secure Enough about their position at Esri, and would recommend working there to a friend.
Esri is in the Top 40% of Similar Size Companies on Comparably
Esri is in the Top 50% of Similar Size Companies on Comparably
Employees may experience their company differently based on their length of tenure, gender and ethnicity. Esri employees were asked questions across many categories like: CEO Rating, Perks And Benefits, and Outlook to capture what their overall experience is like.
The younger employees are genuinely passionate about helping our customers and solving problems to help people. The upper management often falls into toxic-tech-positivity where they believe maps are the solution to every problem and end up selling belief more than actual solutions. Frustrating.
Esri employees are encouraged to continue to learn and grow. Since GIS is used across the globe in almost every industry, you have the opportunity to expand your knowledge in areas that you are passionate about.
It is a very collaborative work environment, people are easy to approach.
I enjoy working with most people within my team and across the company. People are very friendly and willing to help, although we often struggle to realistically discuss problems and solutions without sounding like a market pamphlet filled with jargon. There's a lot of autonomy (can be good & bad).
It is a small team and has a good work culture.
The vast majority of Esri employees are intelligent, helpful, hard working people, who care about geography, technology, and science.