Anyone worked with ThreeFlow before ? It’s a startup versus my current place which is a well established Fortune 100 company. Any tips if thinking too make the switch?

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I think it's worth it to consider that there is more job stability with an established Fortune 100 company. People often get laid off at start ups. This may not be the case with ThreeFlow as I've heard great reviews about them, but it is just something to consider before making the switch.


Overall, it's a great company to work for. Especially like the fact that it's 100% remote. Only complaint would be around benefits, which is common with startups.

Haven't worked with ThreeFlow, but it's likely you'll run into all the hurdles that startups have...weaker benefits, lack of structure, longer hours. Just a few bumps n the road that can be overcome.

What's you reason for wanting to make the switch? I haven't heard of ThreeFlow but I know in general start ups experience growing pains and their are usually complaints about the leadership as they iron out everything.

I hear really good things about them. They have a reputation for providing wlb and having good culture. I think they offer great benefits as well.

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