Grab, which is the largest startup to have come out of Southeast Asia, made its Nasdaq debut last week.
Even though the company is not yet profitable, Grab has plans to diversify its business and hopes to be profitable by 2023.
With diversification comes a need for more headcount in tech. Before you start applying for a job, let's have a look and see if Grab is a good company to work for.
Based on verified data from NodeFlair Salaries, Grab pays its Software Engineers up to 24% more than the industry average salary in Singapore.
Based on Glassdoor, Grab Singapore has a rating of 4 stars out of 5 based on 1,816 employee ratings. This positions Grab towards the higher percentile for company ratings.
That being said, let's check out some of the reviews from Grab Singapore’s Tech Team.
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Grab Singapore has a high turnover rate within its tech team, with the majority of its employees leaving within less than a year of employment.
This is followed by a chunk of employees leaving within two years of being with the company.
On the bright side, this just means that there will constantly be roles opening up within the Grab Singapore tech team.
Grab Singapore has a large headcount for its global tech team, and it makes sense that this number has been rapidly growing with Grab’s recent NASDAQ debut.
Grab has also been in the news for having plans to diversify their business services into the realms of digital banking & other financial services such as microloans.
This sounds like a feat that will require a large tech headcount.
Grab Singapore has a very experienced Tech Team, with a majority of the team having more than 5 years of experience.
This means that you’ll be able to tap into the abundance of experience available in the team, but this may be limited by the fact that Grab is quickly becoming a huge organization, and companies usually move slower the bigger they grow.
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