We care about our people.
At Inflection, we care about our team. Our company culture is built on trust, self-actualization, balance, whole health, personal accountability, hard work, and efficiency, so we provide benefits that make our employees happy and help bring balance into their lives, both in and out of the office.
Our benefits are designed to be life-enhancing and balancing:
Whether it's each day's organic catered lunch, our free Caltrain Go Pass, or work from home flexibility, we do what we can to ensure that our team is healthy, happy, and engaged. Whether they're at our Redwood Shores HQ or helping customers in Omaha, our teams enjoy a bountiful bunch of benefits--and we're always adding more!
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- Career Opportunities
I worked at Inflection full-time (more than a year)Pros
The first pro that got me in the door initially was meeting with the co-founder/CEO Matthew Monahan. Matthew exudes an inspiring passion and big picture vision for Inflection that is enticing to take part in.
The company has done a solid job establishing and maintaining culture as front and center. Employees are respected and extremely well taken care of not only with perks, but with work-life balance. That said, I'm not generally someone that excels in work-life balance, so I was also happy to see that when needed, the team could also put the pedal down and really crank at a high level under pressure.
Lastly, I think the business is in a great place in terms of having a portfolio of opportunities with differing risk profiles. The company can and will continue to grow by doing what it already does best (profitable B2C marketing, data-driven optimization, clean UX, employee-first culture), but also has some riskier, big swings in play (Identity.com and others) that create compelling upside.Cons
I had an extremely positive experience. My departure was for personal reasons. Arguably the company pursues too many priorities simultaneously, but I know this is actively being monitored and that the company is well resourced/capitalized to have the luxury to pursue multiple priorities simultaneously.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Keep on keepin on.RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through an employee referral – interviewed at Inflection.Interview Details
Absolutely terrible experience. The recruiter emailed me at all hours of the night, including one time after midnight (I happened to be up studying) to ask if I was available for a Skype interview the next morning.. They dragged the process on for about 3 months and 8 interviews, including both of the cofounders just for me to be told that I wasn't being hired. When I asked why the woman said 'There isn't a specific thing I can really point to, but we think you would be a great fit and we think you would do a fantastic job'... What??Interview Questions
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Inflection is an information and data commerce business founded in 2006 by a pair of visionary brothers. Since then, the company has aggressively expanded its team, developed a pioneering e-commerce and marketing platform, and rolled out an array of industry-leading web brands focused on harnessing an extraordinary amount of data about the billions-strong global community...
Mission: At Inflection, our mission is to help people safely build trusted connections through a portfolio of leading products, which include GoodHire, PeopleSmart, Identity.com...