I worked at Yodlee as an intern (less than a year)Pros
Great mentorship. Great Pay. Interesting products and opportunities.Cons
Too many interns. Not great at delegating work.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Hire less interns, in order to create a more impactful experience for a select few.RecommendsNeutral Outlook
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Yodlee.Interview Details
Was contacted through linkedin by one of their internal recruiters; initial phone screen was followed up by an in-person about a week later. Pretty easy interview overall in terms of technical difficulty, and the "soft" questions were pretty predictable.
One thing that struck me was the overall sense of malaise by a lot of the interviewers. Their body language and communication made it seem like they were'nt too happy to be working there which seemed like a big red flag for me. The technical talent (at least in my interviewers) also seemed to be lacking. One thing that also kind of freaked me out was the divide between the upstairs portion of the office and downstairs. Downstairs looks like a sweatshop in the middle of India, dimly lit, and kind of depressing, while the upstairs was well manicured and hosted management level people.Interview Questions
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Yodlee created the industry’s most scalable and robust personal finance data platform for powering innovation in financial services. Used by over 750 leading financial institutions and companies and more than 60 million consumers, Yodlee’s best-in class solutions remove the friction from financial management, delivering a more insightful, interactive, and actionable experience for consumers while delivering revenue, retention, and engagement for financial providers.
At Yodlee, we believe in a more informed consumer. Access to one’s complete financial story results in...