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I worked at Matrixx full-time (Less than a year)Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookDoesn't RecommendNeutral Outlook
There is a bathroom. There were massage chairs. There was breathable air. I did learn more about social media marketing
Everything else Constant lying-- to employees, to clients, to vendors. NO benefits-- NONE!
Advice to Management
This was a crazy, confusing place to work. The turnover is extremely high. They go through employees like nothing I have ever seen. I was lied to when I interviewed. Promised things that were never even GOING to happen-like profit sharing, like bonuses. We were all promised those things, and they were never intended to happen. It was talk to get you in the door. Blatant lying is disgusting and most compared notes and realized, that this is a trend. Even in the job descriptions its completely misleading as to what you will actually be doing. Again the word crazy comes to mind. Stress lives here. Confusion lives here. There is no parking for employees (and we were all constantly receiving parking tickets--and was simply told that to avoid that, we should be parking 5/6 blocks from the office), there is not even clean water provided, and the lunacy in which you are asked to work is very high. Stop lying to everyone would be a good start. Start providing actual benefits. Start CARING about what people say, versus arguing with them about everything.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Helpful (1)No OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 days – interviewed at Matrixx (Sunnyvale, CA) in January 2011.
Most of the interviews spanning over 3 days were about cultural and if I would fit with the team. That went very well. Couple of technical interviews were there. 1 went very well, for the other, I missed some edge cases and thats why I think, I did not make it.
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