- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at Mirror Image Internet full-time (more than an year)Pros
Good, nice, friendly, knowledgeable peopleCons
Lack of planning and visionRecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took a day – interviewed at Mirror Image Internet in October 2009.Interview Details
I should have known what I was in for when I played phone tag with the hiring manager for over a week and a half before we were able to connect. He'd call me at late hours 10:30pm and later but never during business hours.
I decided to do the interview anyway on the off chance it was a good opportunity. The commute was good and the description sounded interesting.
I arrived on time and met with 4 current employees, including the hiring manager. Each of them seemed demoralized by recent lay offs and cuts and none had anything positive to say about the work environment or management. The most senior systems administrator at the time was down right negative and talked me out of any interest in the position. It sounded to me like there was a lack of communication with management, a lot of distrust and office politics.
The offices were almost empty and fairly dirty. It didn't look like they hired a cleaning company and the entire place felt neglected.
They kept me over an hour and a half longer than they originally stated.
During this interview the hiring manager basically said they were very interested in me and they might be able to fight hard to meet my current salary.
After I left I received a follow-up email from the hiring manager asking for me to come back and meet with another group but I declined.
I would tell anyone that asked me to steer clear of this place.Interview Questions
No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
- They asked me some basic DNS questions. Answer Question
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Mirror Image Internet offers distributed Internet content delivery, streaming media, and Web computing services. The company operates more than a dozen data centers around the world serving content to end users for such customers as the American Museum of Moving Image, Barewalls.com, Forbes.com, Orvis, Pacific Sunwear, REI, and TargetSaver.com. It tailors its products primarily to businesses within the retail, advertising, media, and government sectors. Mirror Image Internet is a subsidiary of business incubator Xcelera. The company was founded in 1996.