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You will quickly find out what you're made of and what you're capable here.
You will be empowered to take ownership of your work, to be held accountable and to do things that might even at times seem impossible. While I had worked at several companies prior to HUMAN, it wasn't until HUMAN that I came truly alive as a professional and developed a skill set that has now made me incredibly marketable to any industry and any-sized company. If you want to learn, thrive and be pushed outside of your comfort zone (while feeling safe and encouraged), HUMAN is the place for you.
HUMAN's leadership is made up of rare gems of people who "get it." They know that "failure" is an inevitable byproduct of progress and encourage all staff to "fail forward." What a concept!
One of the beauties of working at HUMAN is the opportunity to create. At some companies, innovation is stifled or muddled by bureaucracy or red tape. At HUMAN, every single employee can point to something they've created, whether it was a system, a piece of marketing collateral, an event, etc. Everyone becomes an artist in a way in that they're given freedom to create, have an impact, and, ultimately, to leave a legacy.
Because of this culture of innovation and growth, you will surprise yourself by how much you grow as a professional and a person. To speak personally, I went from a bit green in my PR and communications skill set to a subject-matter expert--writing articles on the topic, being invited to speak at panels regarding my expertise and being hired to consult on these topics. And, this was in the span of just three years! You will be hard-pressed to find a place like this, where you will grow so much, so soon.
You will also be rewarded for your growth here! While some companies only give increases based on tenure, HUMAN rewards it employees for their merit. For example, in my 3-year tenure, my salary increased by 40%!
In sum, HUMAN is a place where you can test the limits, have a voice (and be heard!), and feel like you're truly a part of something that is changing the world.
No cons, but it's worth pointing out that some people will just not be a good fit for HUMAN (and conversely, HUMAN may not be a good fit for some people). HUMAN has a startup culture, which means you have to be able to thrive in a fast-paced environment, enjoy being held to high standards and want to continually improve. If you just want to clock in and clock out and "get a paycheck," HUMAN is not the place for you.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at HUMAN Healthy Vending (Los Angeles, CA) in July 2014.
The first round of interviews is to make a video of yourself answering questions, post it the specific way they tell you to (to show your ability on google and other platforms). Second round is via video. I actually had round 2 and 3 both through Skype... I don't know if that is normal protocol. The next step (round 4) would be in person I assume, though I did not make it there.
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