- Work/Life Balance
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- Diversity & Inclusion
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at nCino full-time
Amazing onboarding process. Relaxed culture where work/life balance is a priority! A company that truly cares for their employees. Lives & breathes their core values! Employed during Covid-19, I haven't met anyone in person (yet), but I wholeheartedly feel part of the nCino family! The days fly by as I actually enjoy coming to work (albeit working from home currently). Great benefits package, holiday, healthcare, pension etc.. although this was never an important factor for me, it's an added bonus! Encouraged to volunteer for charitable causes, take Salesforce certs, team building exercises (globally) and more, you certainly will never get bored! I've been pushed out of my comfort zone on more than one occasion, but I am thankful and loving it!!! There is so much to learn, which is great as I love keeping my brain ticking over! nCino has an online University where all documentation, courses are at your fingertips! You are given all the tools needed to excel! I really can see my future now and that's with nCino!!
There are no cons at the moment!
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The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at nCino (London, England (UK)).
DOESNT PRACTICE WHAT THEY PREACH - No Diversity in some teams. Cleared HR round and then was pushed into a technical round without a heads up and was asked irrelevant questions (skills that were NOT advertised in the job description, basically made me look like a fool as HR told me to just prepare Cultural questions) but I still cleared it and came to panel interview (which was basically all men - no women in the entire team, talk about diversity!). Junior manager seemed uninterested in what I had to say (you could see the boredom on his face in the video interview) but the Senior Managers were friendly and polite. Received the "unfortunately you are not chosen" note a week after. Just be prepared to deal with a not so friendly people and long list of skill requirements for peanut pay.