- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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I would say the total professionalism involved in every aspect of the job.
An outstanding work ethic and environment to work in.
Excellent place to grow and develop your skills for a great telecom career
One downside, from my point of view, could of been the lack of, sometimes, interesting tasks, if I can summarize it like that.
Another one would be the use of Kanban, but again this is a subjective point of view, meaning that though given a task most of the cases you could see it through.
Other would be the inappropriate time schedule of certain training courses meaning you would take the course and practically, start to effectively work with that knowledge many months after that, affecting this way the yield of the work process.
Advice to Management
Personally I would like to congrats Ceragon management for an excellent managerial conduct, and I'm referring to a very thoughtful consideration of the employees perspective, systematically done several time during an entire work year.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through other source. The process took 1+ week – interviewed at Ceragon Networks (Tel Aviv-Yafo (Israel)).
Telephone interview was informative and pleasant. Invited to interview with HRBP going on maternity leave. The interview was conducted professionally with insightful questions. The interviewer asked good follow-up questions, paraphrased and empathized to create more openness.
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Ceragon is in the telecom business for the long haul. The company provides high-capacity wireless backhaul products. Its FibeAir product line includes network access systems, which combine microwave transmission terminal hardware and network management software, that are used by communications service providers to offer high-speed wireless Internet access to their subscribers. Ceragon bought radio-frequency and long-distance microwave systems specialist Nera Networks in 2011 for about $48 million as part of an effort to boost its global reach and product lines.