Ich habe in Vollzeit bei ONE2TEAM gearbeitet
One2team managers are truly trying to make you feel good.
Very nice looking offices, regular events such as off-sites, seminars, Friday drinks. Free coffee and fruits.
There's an initiative `se sentir bien' that helps with day-to-day hurdles.
We are at the cutting edge of web technology so it's a positive experience for the CV.
The recruitment process must be good, because I work with smart and talented people.
The culture is exigeant and criticism unkind.
There's a lot of noise in the open space. The office is stylish but not functional.
The CEO spends his time in San Francisco with a team of sales people. It's frightening to see them stubbornly trying to sell the software and failing month after month. In my opinion we are failing for a reason and they refuse to see it.
There's no clear vision of what top management wants to do with the software roadmap. It's changing regularly. The result is a software that's riddled with bugs. I am not proud to work on this kind of Frankenstein software. I pity the support team that's overwhelmed with customer dissatisfaction.
Rat an das Management
Publish a full organizational chart. It will avoid contradictory instructions.
Recognise the US market entrance failed, and focus on what's important: the software.
Set a product roadmap and stick to it for at least a year.
Ich habe mich über einen Personalvermittler beworben. Vorstellungsgespräch absolviert im Mai 2017 bei ONE2TEAM (San Francisco, CA (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika)).
The external recruiter reached out to me and explained the opportunity. I subsequently spoke with the hiring manager and several other staff from different functional areas. Everyone was very pleasant and friendly. I then went on-site where the positive experience continued. This is a small company so they wish to make sure you have the background for the role, but also that there is cultural fit felt by both parties. They were very professional and keep me informed throughout the process. Such a pleasurable experience and I look forward to being part of the team!
Fragen im Vorstellungsgespräch