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I have been working at Netflix full-time (More than 5 years)
Great benefits and compensation, a very dynamic and innovative working environment, company culture cannot be beat, healthy work/life balance is a strong focus
Advancement opportunities within the company are fairly limited in the SLC area
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took a week. I interviewed at Netflix (Salt Lake City, UT) in June 2021.
The recruiter seemed to have a biased opinion of me. I tried my best, but, she seemed very disinterested in me as a candidate. I got the impression that she only wanted to interview me, because it was what she had to do. Not, that she was interested in me as a potential person for the role.
I was very interested in the position. I had some technical difficulties, that were a bit out of my control. I was eager to do the interview, and answer the questions. I even brought up the current shows I am watching on Netflix.
The recruiter, the entire time didn't seem interested in me, my past experience or my skills. They also seemed that they did not enjoy working at Netflix. They did not sell the company at all, the entire time I was interviewed.
I asked them questions on what was their most interesting experience, more about Netflix?What they loved about Netflix? Favorite shows? etc. And the answer I got was "That it was a loaded question and that I should check their culture page to learn more about the company."
Then, they scooted me off the call. Even though we had about ten minutes left of a phone interview left. It wasn't the best impression of Netflix, and I have some friends who work there.
I was very disappointed about my experience. 'll probably apply again, but, see if possible if I can request that the recruiter doesn't interview me again.