I worked at Red HerringDoesn't RecommendNo opinion of CEODoesn't RecommendNo opinion of CEO
Branding and reputation. Leading edge in the business of technology arena. Contacts and networking potential. Deal making. Great insight into C-level executive world. Great experience as a formative step in the industry.
Mostly in a reactive mode as a company. Not harnessing well the huge potential it could have as a business model. Slightly old or out of date managerial structure. Not much potential in terms of personal career growth. Not adding extra value, neither on a personal nor a professional level, to retain best employees.
Advice to Management
Improve information sharing and learn how to better delegate task across all levels from top to bottom. Adopt a more dynamic way of coping with market changes.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through college or university. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Red Herring.
Applied through school's website, got their email invitation for an interview, it was a phone interview, and the interviewer seemed to be less prepared than I was. When asked about the structure of the company, the person said everyone does a little bit of everything, which got me concerned about their specialization and efficiency.
A second round interview came weeks later. It was a department head, a very nice person, and we had an enjoyable conversation. But from our conversation, I sensed this company is kind of struggling (and my later research proved this point).
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