- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at Twitter full-time (More than 5 years)
Culture - smart, driven, yet team-oriented people (this is a rare combination). I genuinely love who I work with (and our motto of #LoveWhereYouWork is honored throughout the company)
Mission - people at Twitter love the product and what it is doing in the world
There's always outside noise as everyone (especially the media) likes to give their opinion on the company and the predictions about the business.
Advice to Management
If you can make the product easier so my Mom can use it, we will bring in a lot of new users (and given another person to participate in our conversations that is always about what is happening on Twitter! )
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I applied online. I interviewed at Twitter (Atlanta, GA (US)) in October 2020.
The interview process was very fast and Twitter does not take the time out to find the right candidates. My interviewer, Alexandra Falconi, seemed very uninterested and everything she was saying felt scripted. She didn't ask anything that pertained to me personal, just different versions of the same question about my experience. The WORST part of it all is they charged me $18.64 on my phone bill to dial-in for this phone interview. They were NOT transparent in letting me know that I will be charged to pursue this opportunity. This opportunity was truly a waste of money.