- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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Great company values (everyone is on equal footing) there are no cubicles, there is no dress code. Most of the company is young and it has a very "start up" feel. The internal decor is nice and contemporary looking. The unlimited vacation time and 100% covered healthcare are huge pluses. The company fosters career growth above most things and they want you to be eager to learn new things even if its not in your job title. They're willing to move you around to different positions if you think you want to try something different or might fit better somewhere else. Your encouraged to question the way they do things as a company if you think you have an idea of a better way to do it.
That the office is based near times square which is a tourist trap which isn't really a con, but it can get cumbersome for when you go on lunch break.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at eMarketer.
The interview process was through a recruiter. They gave good insight into the business, current needs, top priorities, the details of this role and the personalities at the company. Overall experience was okay.
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