- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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* Numerous personal growth opportunities. Minted is still small enough that you can find ways to reinvent yourself
* Strong engineering leadership, including several people that I call mentors
* Large enough to have some best practices in place (always a WIP)
* Interesting software engineering challenges
* Transparent senior management
* Strong company growth
* Results oriented culture (i.e. no 9-5)
* Newly remodeled office
* Work-life culture has historically been unbalanced, however that has drastically improved in the last few years
* Office has a busy vibe, it can be difficult to find conference rooms for meetings and/or quiet places to focus.
* Interviewing and recruiting process has room for improvement
* Compensation might be lower than industry averages, which makes recruiting for specific roles more challenging
Advice to Management
* More diverse 401K investment options
* Performance / peer review and goals setting process has room for improvement
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 1+ week – interviewed at Minted (San Francisco, CA) in April 2015.
Submitted my application and promptly received a reply from an internal recruiter. We set up a phone screen for the same week. She was very nice and informative about the company and position. Moved me ahead quickly to the technical screen which consisted of several oral questions and a couple of simple programming questions. The coding portion was done remotely via an online code-sharing tool. I found the questions and process to be easy.
However, to my surprise, they did not move me forward. As I felt I did very well on the interview, this was really unexpected. I answered every question in detail and completed both coding exercises without much trouble. The interviewer did not correct my code, ask me to expand on any aspect and even seemed to indicate I solved the problems as he would have. So naturally was taken aback when I was not moved ahead.
Furthermore, they did not get back to me the entire week after my interview and I had to ask them for an update late Friday. I received a boilerplate answer back that didn't make logical sense. As someone who has had a lot of experience hiring, you should never leave a candidate hanging like that if they are a no.
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