ProsYou can tell Big Fish cares. While they're not perfect, they are trying to do the right things and will do their best to address problems. I appreciate the transparency from leadership and how they
ConsThe medical, dental, and vision benefits could be better, but I wouldn't say it's bad. Give Big Fish a year or two, and we'll start to see some really great change especially with the amazing new
Advice to ManagementKeep doing what you're doing!
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Big Fish Games (United States)
InterviewFirst interview is a casual interview with the Director where they ask you questions to determine if you have a Product Development mindset. If you pass, you are given an exercise to pitch a feature or improvement for a product. Second round involves presenting your pitch to the Senior PM and a couple of Engineers Third round is a direct interview with the Senior PM followed by a direct interview with the Director again.
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...Good work life balance, little crunch, attract top talent, good benefits...
September 10, 2020
Employees rate Big Fish Games 3.7 out of 5 stars based on 298 anonymous reviews on Glassdoor.
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