- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
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So many :-)
- Great people to work with
- Nice benefits but the tke-what-you-need PTO makes them GREAT
- The little extras like bagels 3 days a week, snacks always available, fresh fruit weekly, etc.
- Great attitudes everywhere you look
- Exciting future
- Still time to "get in at the start"
- Clear corporate plan
- Willing to try new things and not married to current ideas/procedures
- Some things starting to change toward typical corporate culture :-(
- It is a business so there are goals to be reached, no way around this though :-)
Advice to Management
- Don't change the important draws. For example, keep the hackathon open to everyone and open to all ideas. Don't change it to require a tie-in to the product offerings. This would ruin the entire program!
- Keep the little benefits coming, they make a big difference!
- Keep in mind that the pressure to meet the goals rolls downhill (like most everything does). Although it is obviously important, too much pressure will crack more gems than it will create diamonds (and a few diamonds aren't as valuable as a hundred other gems)
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at Veracode (Burlington, MA) in May 2015.
First interview was a call with the hiring Manager. The call was scheduled for 30 min but we spoke for about an hour. The call was going so well we could have easily spoken for another hour but saved the rest of our conversation for a face to face meeting. We discussed everything from my resume to management styles to company culture.
Second interview: From the moment I arrived and walked through the door I felt welcomed and comfortable. As I waited to start my interview process the two women at the front desk included me in their conversation as if I had been part of the company for years. My interview consisted with meeting the hiring Manager, two Managers from his team and the Director of HR. The interview team was thorough and well prepared. Many of the questions were situations questions and seems very similar to the STAR interviewing process. Each person I met with has such pride and passion for the company. I walked out excited for the next step in the process.
Third and final interview: I was asked to prepare and present a 30/60/90 day plan. The audience was the hiring Manager, two Mangers from his team and a Director from another group. The team asked some really great questions and I felt a great connection during the presentation. The last person I met with was with the Manager of HR. He went through the benefits the company offered and answered any questions I had. I was extremely impressed with everyone I had met and the passion they have for the company they work for.
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