Ich habe in Vollzeit bei TinyCo gearbeitet
very nice people to work with
can be super busy sometimes, many ad-hoc analysis can make the work less organized.
Rat an das Management
do not always ask employees to work overtime
Ich habe mich online beworben. Der Vorgang dauerte mehr als 3 Wochen. Vorstellungsgespräch absolviert im November 2011 bei TinyCo (San Francisco, CA (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika)).
I submitted my application via Jobvite which included resume, cover letter, etc. I was first contacted via email by an internal recruiter about a phone interview. I believe the office manager sent me an email via Jobvite for confirmation.
I had a 30 minute phone interview with the manager of the two person community team. Following that, the recruiter emailed me asking how that interview went. I replied and the following day the recruiter emailed me back to schedule an in person interview. The office manager emailed me via Jobvite again to confirm and asked that I fill out an application.
I then interviewed with the community team manager, who was nice, but oddly more rigid that over the phone, other community manager, who was sweet and fun, and product manager (formerly a community manager) who came across as snobby and kept "correcting" my answers during parts of my interview.
After that, I talked to the recruiter and received an email confirmation to interview with the CEO of the company. He walked in with his computer and spent most of the time looking at the computer and asking me my opinion of what type of company TinyCo is.
The recruiter contacted me again asking for my salary history. I thought this would lead to a job offer. i THEN received an email from her about a Community Team assignment, which I didn't understand since I'd already gone through so many in person interviews - why would they need a writing sample now? One week after submitting the writing assignment, I received an email through Jobvite from the recruiter letting me know that I didn't get the job. I asked for feedback, but have not received it.
Generally, people seemed very nice in the interviews, but very guarded - particularly the men. The women I met were very friendly and bubbly. The office was quiet and pretty sterile. It seemed like they had everything they needed in the office, including some perks.
Fragen im Vorstellungsgespräch