- Équilibre travail/vie privée
- Culture et valeurs
- Opportunités de carrière
- Rémunération et avantages
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I work out of our office in Georgia. We’ve got a solid team of people (across the globe) focused on continuing to evolve both the product and the business. With enterprises moving into the cloud, our business has been positively impacted. Our product is really well positioned.
Generally, I want to come to the office each day because I’m excited about the market opportunity and the team culture. I feel like I have an impact.
Pay is good, the office is modern, and there is a high-tech start-up feel (even though the company has been around for 20 years). There are some nice additional perks like free snacks, etc as well.
By the way, benefits are 100 percent paid for by the company - which I couldn’t believe when I first started.
Working in the office is a mandatory thing if you’re in the area. If you’re more of a work-from-home type, you may not like it. I personally worked from home for so many years in the past that I really appreciate being around a team again.
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Let’s keep pushing forward and driving the right kind of change. I’m optimistic about the future. Don’t take your foot off the gas.
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J'ai postulé en ligne. Le processus a pris 4 jours. J'ai passé un entretien à Stonebranch (Alpharetta, GA (États-Unis)) en juillet 2019.
The interview process was:
1) HR / In-House Technical Recruiter Phone Call
2) Technical Assessment / Coding Project
3) On-Site Interview
HR process was easy and straightforward.
With that being said, the coding project was interesting and appeared to be extremely easy. I submitted my code within a day of receiving the project (and with 2-3 hours max of work).
After commenting, cleaning up, and submitting my project, I never received an update until I inquired about an update. The project had minimal (if any) requirements outside of a working solution.
I was told my solution did not pass their tests. After inquiring about feedback, I never received any feedback. After having this first impression on the company, I'd advise to not apply to this company due to the lack of communication and technical specifications in their work.
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