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- Alexandria, United States
- 501 to 1000 Employees
- Company - Private
- Internet & Web Services
- Unknown / Non-Applicable
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"A company that follows its values!"
ProsLeadership at the company is very open to chatting with new employees. The company works to value the employees just as much as members.
ConsIf you don’t like business being directly impacted by the market, you might now like it. I honestly don’t think that’s a big deal because as we are learning so many companies are greatly impacted by
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InterviewThree interviews - one recruiter call, one with manager and manager's manager, and one with a couple potential collaborators from UX and tech. Clear scheduling and communication, respectful questions, challenging but not overly difficult. They ask a lot of questions about collaboration and flexibility because that is important to the organization.Interview
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