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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at NBAPros
People genuinely committed.
Company direction, vision and leadership.
Everyone I work with.
The work itself - though there's A LOT!Cons
Too few people and financial resources to innovate as much as would like.
Salary low - especially given workload.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Re-evaluate salaries and consider removing the Senior Director or AVP level. Having to make 2 jumps to get from Director to VP seems a bit much, and if you start at the NBA as a Manager, and actually got promoted every 2 years, it would still take 12 years to get to be a VP. Just seems easier to leave and come back (or just leave and get the title elsewhere) since (at least in my dept) there are regularly VPs hired in who are in there mid-30s with a skill and experience level often no greater than mine.RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
The process took 2+ months – interviewed at NBA in October 2014.Interview Details
Call with HR three weeks after I submitted an application. Call went well, then radio silence. Another three weeks went by before I got the next email asking to set up in-persons. In-person meetings the following week, then more the week after that. It's now been 8 weeks since I initially submitted for the position and still no decision. At this point I've already moved on. Everyone I met with was very nice, but there is no way they'll attract top talent dragging their feet this long during the hiring process, treating prospective employees this way.Interview Questions
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- Biggest mistake you've made during your career - how you handled it and what you learned from it. Answer Question
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This league has the inside moves to score big with hoops fans. The National Basketball Association is one of the four major professional sports leagues in North America, with 30 teams representing 28 US markets and one in Canada. It oversees the rules of the game and officiating, markets its teams and players, and regulates franchise ownership. The NBA also licenses broadcasting rights and collects revenue from corporate sponsorships. In addition, it operates the WNBA, a 12-team women's league; the NBA Development League for up-and-coming players; and NBA TV, a cable TV...