Je travaille chez Paddle (Moins d'un an)
The company has just moved into a new office in Shoreditch, the fridges are always stocked and there's regular free food. To be honest, it's been 0-100 on perks for me.
I have to find a con to working here. But you'll certainly find that you're expected to get stuck-in with anything and everything. There's a lot to do, as with any start-up, and for people who like to get involved it's a fantastic atmosphere.
Conseils à la direction
Keep doing what you're doing in giving people space and resource to do what they're best at.
Le processus a pris 5 jours. J'ai passé une entrevue à Paddle.
Interview process started with a phone screen by one of the nicest hiring managers I’ve encountered. General questions about myself, my profession, and what I was looking for.
Moved to the second technical interview. I had to prepare a design exercise. I thought the exercise required more time than a traditional interview screening exercise.
Technical interview consisted of a remote video session with 45 mins to go over the project and 45 mins to talk about my portfolio. Honestly I have the impression they weren’t interested in me before I even arrived at this interview because essentially no questions were asked about my project or process, which felt disappointing considering the time investment.
The pros were HR was lightning fast with feedback and scheduling and kept up with great communication and feedback. The negatives obviously were no job offer and getting the feeling the answer was no before I even met the team.
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