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Employees rate Austin 2.4% higher than the overall average
I have been working at Springbox full-time (Less than a year)
Extremely open to innovation, and I mean TRUE innovation. SBX is not siloed, fosters an environment of transparency, and has an all-hands on deck approach to help each other succeed.
Too many snacks - I can't control my urges! All kidding aside, salary needs to be more competitive; otherwise, SBX risks prematurely losing incredible talent.
Advice to Management
Continue to listen to each other and remember that you are always setting an example so keep up the great work.
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Springbox (Austin, TX).
I applied for the Digital Strategist position via LinkedIn and quickly received an email from a recruiter to set up a phone call. The initial call went well and I felt optimistic. I was scheduled for another call with a hiring manager that also was a success in my mind. SB then wanted me to come in to present my findings on how they could grow their own business and insights for how they could improve their website to generate new leads. First of all, this was a weird "assessment." The company doesn't really have a developed strategy for marketing itself - which is a bit ironic since it is a digital marketing agency.
Still, I later emailed an HR manager after I presented just to follow up on the hiring process. I got the sense they had interviewed a lot of people for this position. I never heard back despite being told that they "would be in touch."
Look, I get it, hiring is a process. But it would have been nice to receive either a "yes" or "no" if I would be moving forward after the third interview. Just a general courtesy these days, right?
Anyway, looks like the person that I would be reporting to just left the company, so maybe it is a blessing in disguise.