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    Good place to work if and only if you are from top tier institute

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook

    I worked at Myntra full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    Not well formalized in process and in stage of evolution so good opportunity to learn many things

    Cons

    Will not get recommendation of work unless you are from top tier institute Will not get good salary if you are not from top tier institute even though you are working at same level. Work culture is need to be balanced out across all departments... no biasing should be there in between department for availability of resources

    Advice to Management

    Need more transparent HR policies...It should not like what HR speaks gets convert into policy equal distribution of roles and responsibilities and need to focus and work on establishing processes.. need to work on having more stability amongst senior management which will help to bring clarity amongst middle level for their growth and opportunities


Myntra Interviews

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    Lead Developer Interview

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    Interview

    Bad gauging process! I was greatly disappointed by the phone screen interview process. The interviewer seemed to be a junior and have no exposure to understand the purpose of a phone screen or a problem solving interview. Few issues I found: 1. The point of a problem solving interview is to understand the thought process of the candidate rather than reaching a final solution with nitty gritty details. The interviewer hinted me to think silently for a few mins and give the solution. This perplexed me! The entire purpose of the interview was defied here as he gets no insight in to my thought process. He was showing more interest in nitty gritty details of the code than the bigger picture of approach to solve the problem. 2. Interviewer is supposed to look at the candidate's solution and understand it, even if it is any different from the answer he has prepared. He kept confusing me asking for a few things missing in the code . I was confused totally thrice . I corrected him twice and by the third time he had got me confused. The solution I gave was completely valid which I realised only after the call is over and I could think clearly once again with out some one confusing me constantly. I looked up the internet and found another solution and realised the root cause for his questions and confusion. He was hooked on to the approach he had and those suggestions by him were invalid in my approach. The point to remember is there is not always one right solution to the problem. Interviewer should have the ability to frame questions on the fly or think over a new solution presented. It would be great if company/ team reviews its interview process. Sending junior candidates who are not given proper guidance on what is the purpose of the interview can be waste of time for both the parties.

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Website www.myntra.com
Headquarters Bangalore, India
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Retail
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
Competitors Amazon.com, eBay, Flipkart.com

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