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Employees rate Zürich 41.2% higher than the overall average
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I worked at GoPro full-time (More than a year)
Gopro really knows how to make its employees happy, with a great deal of team events, focus on individual status in terms of personal satisfaction and wellness. The two weekly hours of LiveIt are extremely useful to get in touch with the products and improve team spirits. Working here can be really fun!
Intra-team communication is not optimal sometimes, especially between offices located in different time zones.
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I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at GoPro (Zürich (Switzerland)) in May 2016.
I was contacted within less than one day by HR for scheduling two Skype calls, a quick technical screening and a HR screening. The people I talked to were very nice, but it was not possible for me to determine how well I performed. had a good feeling though and the conversations were highly interesting. The technical screening for instance was half an hour him asking me question, and then 15 minutes me asking questions.
After these two conversations, at least two more would have been planned: A thorough technical interview and a final conversation with HR for contract specifics. I did not get past the initial two Skype calls however.
The way I was notified about my rejection was rather odd though: A scheduled call with yet another HR person I did not talk to yet and from a different country. I did not know what the call would be about in advance. The actual call then was rather short. "Hello", "How are you?" and "You are are good, but we found someone better".
On the plus side someone took the time to call and inform me personally rather than sending a generic letter. My first two screenings were very superficial, so I was puzzled how someone could have "performed better" already and I would have preferred to receive this message from the people in Switzerland, with whom I had the first two screenings. Then I could have asked for more specific reasons...