- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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Our company has recently gone through a change in the executive team so everybody is extremely motivated.
Creativity and performance is just EXPLODING around our company and we've never been as united as right now.
The new CEO is extremely entrepreneurial and is willing to listen to everybody's ideas. If you have good ideas and are passionate, he will give you his unconditional support.
Changes in Engineering management also seemed to have had a tremendous impact in the company's productivity and performance. No problem is unsolvable!
Need to keep working on correcting the bad decisions made by the previous executive team.
(though that's more of a challenge than a real problem so I actually see this simply as a temporary setback!).
Advice to Management
Keep up what you are doing. Employees love that the exec team is closer than ever to EVERYBODY.
You've certainly raised the moral and that translates into work of excellence.
Also, keep us focused on building a company and there's no stopping us.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took a day – interviewed at Adaptive Computing (Provo, UT) in February 2011.
Initial interview with the hiring manager and a senor HR representative. One or two people in your prospective dept may also sit in and ask technical questions if you are in engineering; in any event you'll at least meet one of them to see how you get along. There might be a second round of interviews if meeting with all of the above persons does not happen all in one meeting or on the same day.
- Writing code for the problem domain you'll be working in at your job in engineering on the whiteboard. You'll have to explain and defend your design and choice of algorithms. On the other hand you are fairly free to choose what programming language to use and they are not arbitrary brain teaser questions a la google and friends but actual software engineering related problems. Answer Question
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