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Netflix Los Angeles, CA Reviews

  • "Great Company"

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    Current Employee - Character Designer in Los Angeles, CA
    Current Employee - Character Designer in Los Angeles, CA

    I have been working at Netflix full-time

    Pros

    Netflix is a progressive company on the frontier of storytelling

    Cons

    The production schedule is often very fast-paced with extremely tight turnarounds

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Netflix Los Angeles, CA Salaries

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Netflix Los Angeles, CA Interviews

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    Project Management Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Los Angeles, CA
    No Offer
    Neutral Experience
    Difficult Interview

    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Netflix (Los Angeles, CA).

    Interview

    Three stages to the interview process:
    1 x recruiter screen call - 30 mins
    1 x video interview call - 30 mins
    6 x video interviews in succession with different team and department members, including another recruiter - 30 mins each with a break after the 4th.
    Some interviewers were better than others. One interviewer said that anyone who said anything bad about Netflix on Glassdoor was a problem themselves, which didn't seem realistic or reasonable. I also felt that the role seemed to contradict the culture memo as they mentioned it was very process-driven which kind of conflicted with the people over process part of the culture memo. If it takes 8 different people to make a decision on a hire, I'm not sure how "stunning" a place it can be. I came out of it feeling jaded and having read the recent article about 3 execs getting fired for complaining on Slack about senior managers, I feel it may be for the best that I don't work there.

    Interview Questions

    • Experience and scenario based questions, I brought up the culture deck more than they did, although it was discussed.   Answer Question
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