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I have been working at Nitro full-time (More than a year)
Exciting times for the company right now and it’s very cool to be part of it. Love the culture here, and the office environment and perks are great. I actually really enjoy coming to work every day, which I know isn't something everyone can say and I don’t take it for granted. We have a great team of smart, fun, hardworking individuals and I’m proud to be a Nitronaut!
No company is perfect and Nitro definitely struggles with some common issues, like consistent communication between offices and making sure everyone is aligned around the right priorities, but there are way more positives than negatives in my view.
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I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Nitro (Dublin, Co. Dublin (Ireland)) in August 2018.
1st round interview was over the phone. 2nd was face to face with senior manager in Dublin office + senior manager in San Francisco and was an hour long.
After 2 weeks of waiting for feedback I was informed by the agency that they were proceeding with more suitable candidates which is strange as I had been told that my cv was the best they had received.
Clearly ‘more suitable candidates’ means ‘cheaper candidates’. And that’s ok....if they can’t afford my 15+ years experience, they can’t afford me. But they could try to be a little more efficient with their feedback and respectful of a candidates time. Having said all of the above this company is notorious for redundancies which is not a place I want to be plus I’m at a stage in my career/life where company nights out and beer filled fridges don’t cut the mustard....
Beware also when talking to companies that they may be using you for ‘consultancy’ purposes, taking your ideas and selecting a cheaper alternative to implement them...just a little something to be aware of....