- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
Employees rate Kuala Lumpur 0.8% lower than the overall average
I worked at UMAI Restaurant Reservation as an intern (Less than a year)
-The sky is the limit! As long as you're driven and motivated, you'll have responsibility and an incredible work/learning experience.
-They empower you, what allows you to grow & learn exponentially.
-The team/people will support you as a colleague and treat you like family.
-Your opinion is valued just a much as any other.
-Not for everyone! If you don't share the same values, you might not enjoy the fast-paced environment and have difficulty seeing some of the key learning you could take from this place.
-If you don't express your limits (work-life balance etc.) you might get swallowed up in the work and responsibility.
-UMAI is growing. They have a young team and everyone is still learning. The people above you will make mistakes as well. If you prefer to learn from very experienced and senior people in all fields. This might not be the ideal place for you (or any start-up).
Advice to Management
Definitely on the right track! Keep listening to your team and manage expectations with new hires.
I applied through other source. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at UMAI Restaurant Reservation (Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)) in October 2017.
There were 3 or so rounds of interview. Where later stages were more in depth than the ones earlier; the questions were behavior and skills based. You'd have to really know what your role does as it will be linked to your experience and behavior. The process was very lengthy for an internship as they're selective with who they recruit into the team.