- Équilibre travail/vie privée
- Culture et valeurs
- Opportunités de carrière
- Rémunération et avantages
Je travaille chez Native Instruments à plein temps
*Best people to work and be around
*Full access to gear and software
*CEO's care, ALOT, they listen, and implement your suggestions! (that's rare imo)
*Benefits package got a full re-do this year and they are stellar (This is why I gave a 5th star)
*Office location is garbage in a garbage part of Hollywood
*Compensation will always be a topic
*Digital sector was hit with large downsize, hence the disgruntled reviews
Conseils à la direction
*Remove disparity between departments
*Director's should create roadmapping with career paths and growth
*Create standard remote working parameters for entire office, or enforce managers to create for their team (-1 star work/life balance)
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J'ai postulé via une autre source. Le processus a pris +6 mois. J'ai passé un entretien à Native Instruments (Los Angeles, CA (États-Unis)) en juillet 2017.
The overall process included 1 phone screen, 2 in-person interviews, 1 take-home project, and 1 video conference call. The in-person interviews and project were interesting and helped provide insight into what the job entailed. I think those were all effective steps/meetings.
However, the feedback loop between each stage was slow since I did not have an HR/Recruiter point-of-contact to interact with. After the final round interview, it took another month to find out that I was not getting an offer (after I tried following up a couple times).
I got the impression that the hiring process there was unorganized. The reason I was given for not receiving an offer was that I did not have any music industry experience, which is understandable. I just wish that I knew that was a deal breaker 6 months prior, when we had our initial phone call.
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