- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
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On-Site is so totally a fun place to work. Everyone is super energized and I bet I know why. The perks!!! They have a fun committee that plans events and brings in free food and drinks for everyone all the time. In the last couple months they've been awesome. They brought in beer and stashed it all around the office on St. Paddy's Day, they bought a Wii U for everyone to play on breaks, there's a free food truck at least once a month, sometimes there are electric guitars in the media room you can jam on, there was a pizza party last week, they brought in surprise ice cream sandwiches from Cream... I could go on and on. The best part is they don't make a big deal about it, and the company treats you like it's the least you deserve for working so hard. The best part is when I work with our clients we treat them the same way and they love us for it. The products are revolutionary, the product managers are friendly and love to answer all of your questions. This place is not overly siloed and you can pretty much talk to who you want, learn what you want, and do what your passionate about. This is how all business environments should be.
The onboarding training was unusual. There is music from Disney movies playing in the background at all times, even when the trainer is presenting. There are references to Disney peppered throughout the training. The trainer frequently mentioned Disneyland's culture of excellence and how On-Site wants to replicate it. Looking back, this is really weird because On-Site has its own fun culture that has nothing to do with Disney, but the trainer kept lighting up whenever she mentioned Disneyland. I thought maybe she was a former park employee, but linkedin said no.
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you're doing, and maybe get your trainer a job at Disneyland so she can be happy
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied in-person. The process took 1 day – interviewed at On-Site.com in April 2014.
I met the hiring manager in a bar one night and she asked me to join her pub trivia team. I joined, we won, and she asked me if I'd like to interview for a job. I said yes and came to the company the next day to meet with her and a bunch of other managers, some of whom I recognized from the bar. She asked me questions about my work experience, but then it moved into a lot of random ones. If you're a total robot who expects only to be asked to talk about the usual stuff, it's going to throw you off balance. But I get it. It's to see what kind of person you are and if your personality is a fit for the company. At the end, she presented me with a check for $1000 made out to me, said it was to compensate me for my time, and told me that I had the option of either taking the check or accepting a job offer, but not both. Another test. I told her I wanted the job and she gave it to me on the spot. I submitted my two week notice to my old employer and haven't looked back since.
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At some point or another everyone rents an apartment. So why is the process of renting so difficult? At On-Site, we’re fed up with all the paperwork, the trips to the leasing office and the endless waiting in applicant limbo.
We believe that renting should be as fast and easy as booking a flight or reserving a hotel room for your next vacation. And more than anything...
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