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Marketing Evolution, NYC Office (HQ) 122 East 42nd Street, 44th Floor Wegbeschreibung
Ich arbeite in Vollzeit bei Marketing Evolution (Über 3 Jahre)
Company finally has something resembling a product! Customers are getting better results. There are still improvements needed, but its better than what was here a year ago by a mile. The people that work here are awesome, Marketing Evolution is one of the best teams I've ever been a part of. Office is in great location, easy commute, fantastic view. Pay is good.
It's really easy to get burned out. The interim-CEO doesn't seem to be interested in building anything resembling a healthy culture, maybe he's just getting the company ready for long term leadership. I think we all look forward to a permanent CEO that sets a clear direction, inspires, and prioritizes the team. Last full time CEO at least pretended to care.
Rat an das Management
Find some ways to show people that you value and appreciate them and their work other than just their monthly paychecks. Building culture involves more than the occasional happy hour (virtual or real). Provide better training on how our product works.
Ich habe mich online beworben. Der Vorgang dauerte mehr als 2 Monate. Vorstellungsgespräch absolviert im Dezember 2018 bei Marketing Evolution (New York, NY (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika)).
Where to start? First off, the interview process itself was fairly typical. Started with a phone screen with the internal recruiter who asked very basic accounting questions as if I didn’t understand my profession, then a one-way video conference with the hiring manager where I was the only one on video (kind of odd but whatever). Then I arranged to travel to their NYC office to meet everyone and went through three interviews; one with the hiring manager again, one with someone on the team, and one with the president of the company.
What is so frustrating about this experience is how much I truly felt this was a good company, only to have been completely ghosted and ignored at the end of the process. As I went through the process, I received all good feedback and was assured I was being considered very seriously and they were excited about my candidacy. They asked me to fly out to NYC to meet them in person, and because of their communications, I was happy to spend the ~$700 it cost to make the last-minute travel arrangements. I interviewed and felt they all went very well, then silence... I followed up a week or so later and was told they filled the position, but felt I would be a good fit for another role and THAT was actually the role I had interviewed for in NYC apparently. Anyway, they told me they didn’t have budget approval, but would have a better idea in a few weeks. What’s the problem here? The problem is you asked a candidate to spend a pretty significant amount of money to fly up and interview for a job that didn’t even have budget approval. Whether this is true or not is a mystery, but that is what I was told by the internal recruiter.
Now, I’ve waited some time to write this as to maybe give an opportunity for any follow-up but my candidate profile was apparently archived, I received no rejection, and no update on whether they would hire for the position and it is months after the interview. Fortunately, I was able to accept another offer elsewhere and I feel I dodged a bullet with this company.
Advice to Marketing Evolution: be more clear with your candidates. To have the audacity to lead a candidate on and ask them to arrange last-minute travel and not even have the decency to send them a rejection or any real meaningful correspondence at that is absolutely absurd. It was a TOTAL waste of my time, money, and caused me quite a bit of stress. You guys know better than to waste a candidate’s time, money, and energy like this.
Fragen im Vorstellungsgespräch