- RecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO
I worked at Crunchyroll as an intern (Less than a year)
Boss was fantastic; open floor plan gave me plenty of access to meaningful feedback and there was a lot of thought and intent behind building the internship to advance my career. Snacks/food was great -- I miss the cold brew coffee a lot -- management (at least from my experience) seemed very focused on getting people access to what they need and then getting out of the way to let people do their work. Good stuff.
Can't think of any, but that might be due to my relatively short stint as an intern rather than a long-term employee.
Advice to Management
Keep building bridges between departments -- as with any company, it silo-ing of departments is insidious. As the Crunchyroll grows, it'll have to do more to bring people together.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. I interviewed at Crunchyroll (San Francisco, CA).
I had applied online for a position and heard back within a couple of days from HR requesting an interview. In the past I'd applied to similar roles to never hear back. I wrote back with my availability and got radio silence for a week. Eventually, I took the steps to follow up to see if they were still interested and a date/time was finally set. The phone interview itself was great, casual but professional. I was asked to provide some extra work samples, and the recruiter said he'd follow up with me in a week. I never heard back from them again. Some things that were weird to me. They told me that if I were to move forward, there would be another phone call with the creative manager then they'd bring me onsite for a 4hr interview with multiple people. This was for a contract position (with potential to go full-time). That's an awful lot of time to spend interviewing for a contract position (imho). Secondly, despite my attempts to follow up with HR, I never heard a peep back. No, "Sorry, but we moved forward with more qualified candidates." Nothing. I was pretty peeved about the lack of professionalism, especially given that the HR person straight up told me HE'D FOLLOW UP.
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