STYLE. DELIVERED DAILY. Rue La La is the destination for the most desired brands at Members-only prices. Each day, we curate Boutiques filled with the best of the best in women's and men's fashion, home, travel, kids, and more. New Boutiques open at 11AM ET and stay open for just 48 hours.
Rue La La is headquartered in Boston, with an expansive New York presence centered around our Bryant Park office. We ignite long-lasting relationships with our highly engaged Members for innovative brands.
At Rue, our priority is to attract, retain, and develop top talent. To this end, we maintain a set of core values to anchor us in our work as we strive to be tenacious, decisive, passionate, collaborative, kind, and innovative.
We’re 600+ strong, and while most of us are in Boston, we have roots in New York and Kentucky, too.
- Sample sales!
- Associate discounts
- Discounted gym membership
- Volunteer days
- Tuition reimbursement
- Summer flex hours
- Bagel Fridays
- Free snack closet
- 401(k) matching option
- Employee referral bonus
- …plus all the usual benefits (health, dental, vision, life/ADD, and paid time off)
Giving back is always in style. We have formed a true partnership with Pine Street Inn, sending volunteer teams to prepare food and serve dinner every month. Throughout the year we also sponsor various other events: food drives, 5Ks for charity, and holiday toy and clothing drives, to name a few.
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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at Rue La La as a contractor (less than an year)Pros
Rue has a fun, casual environment
Good employee discountCons
Good luck if you're not friends with supervisors
Not great communication from colleagues or supervisorsDisapproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Rue La La in October 2014.Interview Details
I was introduced to the company via an employee referral about 3 weeks ago and received feedback yesterday. I spoke to the internal recruiter within a few days and the hiring manager a few days after that. Within two weeks of the initial contact, I had a face-to-face interview in Boston.
It was a long day, but I met with six technical people and the recruiter twice - at the beginning and the end of the interview. Each technical interview had a stated goal, whether vetting me on Linux commands, DevOps methodology or Puppet syntax. The workplace was an attractive exposed brick warehouse converted to office space, and the location a short walk from South Station.
I sensed that the role was more "code-centric" than my own experience, so while I felt it was a positive experience, I had a feeling that I hadn't hit a home run. Six days later, the recruiter contacted me with detailed feedback, which was very much appreciated.
I may not have accepted the role if offered, but Rue did everything right during the process.Interview Questions
No OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
- Two different interviewers gave me a problem that involved coming up with some object-oriented code (or, in my case, pseudo-code), and I clearly struggled. Both helped me out along the way, and ultimately I was able to come up with a solution, but it was obvious that code was not my forte. Answer Question
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