Mission: Tefen's mission is to create value by making our customers competitive, innovative and agile. Tefen designs and implements innovative strategies and solutions that drive continuous growth & sustainable performance excellence of its clients through increased sales ...
I have been working at Tefen full-time (More than 3 years)
Mostly I would like to back the extremely anonymous review by the Director from the New York office. You are given more than a chance in this company; you are handed the responsibility to break barriers and reach uncharted territory, both professionally and in a personal sense. You get so much space - but then there is always someone who makes sure you don't float out into it and grounds you. At the highest level, the direction and feedback you will get (and you will get it) is an often surprising mix of open-mindedness and very blunt, pointed directness. If you can take constructive criticism for what it is, and at the same time maintain patience with some of the administrative hurdles that can come along the way, you are bound to develop both personally and professionally. They key factor, though, is that success or failure depends on you - not entirely, but to a very large extent. You will have a real say and will make a real impact. To me, that fact alone merits Tefen 5 stars.
Tefen is a family, and like any family it is imperfect. Still, though, I can not imagine a better place to grow.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Tefen (New York, NY) in August 2015.
First round was a quick GMAT-type assessment over e-mail. Next, was brought in for an interview session that lasted about 3 hours. Had 1 hour with Project Managers, 1 hour with the Director and 1 hour with the COO from Israel. There was another candidate there at the same time, and we traded rooms/people to interview and left together, which was a little awkward. Interviews with both the Project Managers and Director were similar and pretty straightforward: about yourself, behavorial, case and Q&A. The Project Managers were more rigorous with their questions, but very detailed and reasonable. The Director was very congenial and seems like an awesome person. The COO was mainly high level and informational. Everyone I spoke with was great and seemed like very nice and smart people, high energy and enthusiastic. My impression leaving was that it seemed like a pretty great place to work with motivated and smart colleagues and I would have been excited to join. I was fortunate enough to receive an offer, but had insurmountable concerns over whether Tefen was a revolving door for consultants and the salary was much lower than expected for the role and responsibilities.
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