- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at iMagicLab full-time (Less than a year)RecommendsPositive OutlookRecommendsPositive Outlook
This is a company that is committed to be #1. Whether it's the tools that are developed, customer support offered to our clients, and our client relations, the CEO is passionate about delivering the very best experience. I have read the reviews, I felt compelled to share my experience. The office IS nice. My co-workers are driven, and completely committed to delivering the best experience for our clients. Our products are "Next Level", which means they are continuously getting better and changing. Working in an environment that's creative and is pushing the boundaries, requires passion. If you are a driven, committed, TEAM player that wants to hone your craft to be a leader in the field, then come on! If not...
The only "Con" that comes to mind, and it's only for some people, is change. For me, I embrace change. It means we're growing and becoming better, pushing our own limits and creating new boundaries. There may be some that aren't comfortable with that.
Advice to Management
Keep growing and developing the tools we support, never stop the vision of growth and the "Category of 1" mentality that pushes us all, every day.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at iMagicLab (Hunt Valley, MD) in March 2013.
Typical interview process, I had to start with a phone interview and then came to the company twice. Once to meet all department personnel and then a second time to meet the VP and CEO. Overall it went as expected and I got the job so I was happy. The conference room is where mostly everything took place except the meeting with the CEO. That took place in his office.
- The VP is a sales ninja and asked me point blank questions that did show my mettle could be tested and again, I got the job so I guess he was happy with my answers. Answer Question
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