- Menlo Park, CA
- 51 to 200 Employees
- Type: Company - Private
- Founded in 2013
- Revenue: Unknown / Non-Applicable
- Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
"Each day, I feel so honored to be on a team of such skilled and kind product experts. The best part? I am able to work in technology while helping people, too."
"I am so happy for the opportunity to learn from my colleagues. All of the product experts on our team are highly skilled, hardworking, and responsive. And they are always available to help or hop on a call to think through problems together."
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I have been working for Aha! for almost six years now. I joined Aha! because everything I read about the product, the people, the work, and the company seemed unlike any other company I have worked for. It was inspiring to me. Several years later, and it is still inspiring. I get to work with the best in the business. I get to do work every day that I love. My fellow Aha!s are brilliant, hard working, and kind. They care about the work they do and they care about the people they work with. Getting together with them twice a year at onsites is truly a highlight. The product is incredible and always improving. I cannot imagine not using it every day to do my job. It is just that good and the people that built it are even better. It makes me proud to work at Aha!.
An incredible amount of effort is put into daily work, sometimes it is easy to get so buried in it that you forget to pause and celebrate what you have achieved. Take a breath, it's okay to do so.
- Anonymous Employee in CanadaNo OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
InterviewI went through a hiring process with Aha!, and the experience was manipulative and disrespectful. It extended my period of unemployment and worsened my financial situation. Here's a summary of what happened: * 1. Initially promised 4 interviews in 2 weeks, but it extended to 8 interviews and meetings (extra interviews labeled as "meetings”) over 33 days, involving over 35 email exchanges and random calls from the hiring manager. * 2. From the third interview, they consistently implied an offer, using phrases like 'congratulations,' 'we've got good news for you!' 'the team is very impressed!' and 'we'd like to give you an offer!' The interviews eventually increased to 8. * 3. Although the job post was for a full-time position, they later mentioned it would be a contract role with undisclosed benefits "not mentioned in the offer letter." I asked for them in written form but was ignored. * 4. There was a rush and pressure to obtain a 'yes' to a verbal offer without allowing me enough time to review the contract. * 5. They requested a home assignment for their product as part of the interview process, which can be considered as unpaid work. * 6. The written offer was rescinded just as I was about to sign and return it even after they conducted reference checks with the three contacts I provided. I requested a reason but they simply stated that they had decided to go with another candidate, which didn't sound reasonable at all given the stage of the hiring process. * Throughout the process, especially with the CEO, there were frequent changes in their statements, leading to significant time wasted. It was the most manipulative and disrespectful interview experience I've ever had. I would recommend nobody apply to this company. -------------- * - They rescinded the written offer without even saying “Sorry”. It should have been decided upon earlier if you respected candidates who applied for their company. * - I briefly questioned the job title change from UX Designer to Sr. UX Designer since there was a discussion about the role regarding Sr. vs Intermediate and I was quickly aligned with it during our discussion, which should be understandable. * - They didn’t provide the benefit information in written format and was somewhat complex to understand them all, verbally. I asked a question to confirm, and we agreed that it met my salary expectations. * - The written offer was sent on Friday evening. It was two days after the verbal offer, which was 2 days delayed from when you promised to provide it. As I clearly communicated with them, I was out of town and I needed a bit of time to review the written offer before signing, which can’t be the reason for rescinding.Interview
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Aha! Awards & Accolades
- Inc. 5000 – rank #143 overall, #13 in software and #4 in Silicon Valley, Inc. 5000, 2018
- LinkedIn Top Startups – rank #23 of the 50 most attractive companies to work for, LinkedIn, 2018
- 2018 SaaS awards, The Cloud SaaS Awards, 2018
- 2018 Inc. Best Workplaces, Inc., 2018
- Gold Stevie Winner: Company of the Year - Computer Software, Stevie Awards’ 2018 American Business Awards (ABAs), 2018
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Employees rate Aha! 4.7 out of 5 stars based on 106 anonymous reviews on Glassdoor.
Overall, 93% of employees would recommend working at Aha! to a friend. This is based on 106 anonymously submitted reviews on Glassdoor.
58% of job seekers rate their interview experience at Aha! as positive. Candidates give an average difficulty score of 3.1 out of 5 (where 5 is the highest level of difficulty) for their job interview at Aha!.
96% of employees think that Aha! has a positive business outlook. This is based on anonymous employee reviews submitted on Glassdoor.