- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at 314e full-time (More than a year)
The people. 314e has a great, young environment. The one thing that 314e has done right is maintaining the work culture by hiring people with similar personalities. All the teams here [admin, sales and, recruiters] all get along and hang out together. There is also free breakfast every Monday morning, which is definitely something nice to make Mondays a bit better. Each month there is a team lunch where one of the teams will provide lunch for the whole company and there is also a company potluck. There are also quarterly parties. It's a great place to get experience fresh out of college to start your career. They also have a team in India so it was pretty cool being able to interact with individuals in another country and getting to know them as well.
The management. They have a hard time trusting their employees. The micromanagement isn't building any morale but rather it is decreasing it. They need to give employees some breathing room to work and trust that they have trained them well enough to do their work correctly. If they need help, trust that they will ask someone whether it be the lead or manager. They also fail at giving each employee an equal opportunity to succeed. Growth: There is minimal growth here. As others have mentioned, get in and get out. Get the experience you need and move on.
Advice to Management
Trust your employees and stop with the micromanagement. Make meetings more meaningful and strategize on what possible search strings to try or take the time and stay up to date with recruiting trends or sourcing tactics. Don't just give a random search string that brings up many candidates that aren't even qualified just because you saw a few qualified candidates. Actually try and train the recruiters on the roles and the skills required so that they will be able to produce a solid search string. If you don't know what a role requires or what search string to help a recruiter with, don't just make something up because that does not help. Also, LISTEN. Please do not just "park" ideas all the time. Listen to what each employee has to say and write it down. Even if it cannot be done right away, just keep it in consideration. Be more transparent with the company's growth. How did 314e do last quarter? The prior year?
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at 314e.
Phone interview then onsite interview. They give you brain teasers then you will talk to the team lead and/or manager. After that you will be contacted whether you got the position.
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