- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Axis Communications full-time (more than a year)Pros
Encouraging of employees to work hard and play hard. Expect work to get done but encourages people to interact with each other and not get burnt out. Everyone is very friendly and it is common people will drop what they are doing to help you. It makes you want to as well which creates a pay-it-forward culture.
Lots of time off from the first day, benefits are some of the best in the nation. listed as #16 best places to work in the USA for mid-size companies. this is accurate.
Live by their core values: act as one, think big, and always openCons
They have competitive pay but it is not going to be the highest in the industry. What could be money for higher paychecks goes back into the system for fun company events and bonuses. I enjoy being flown somewhere warm every january for an annual kick off but some others would prefer the checkAdvice to ManagementAdvice
keep doing what you are doing! continue to encourage employees to think outside the box and you will continue to get the results you are already getting from employees - which are really good!RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Axis Communications in April 2014.Interview Details
I applied for a graphic design position advertised last April and had a telephone interview with their HR rep on 4/24. I estimate that the girl was at least half my age, and did not ask me a single question in relation to my design experience or anything design-related. Instead, she read off a number of generic pointless questions from a checklist (questions more suitable for a management or administrative role). I tried my best to answer these questions (and I truly do not understand what companies expect to get out of these useless phone interviews), and she ended with telling me the next step would be a face-to-face interview. After the call I emailed her the standard thank-you, to which she did not respond. I finally received her rejection email two weeks later. As I was fully qualified for this position (I have 17 years of experience) I would really like to know exactly what was the criteria they used to disqualify me from even having a real interview.Interview Questions
No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
- Nothing relevant, questions like "what is your work style" Answer Question
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