I worked at Bishop Fox full-time (More than 3 years)
The company values employee growth and works with everyone to be on projects that interest them.
All employees receive a generous training budget every year.
The culture is top-notch, and really caters to millennials.
The interview process is very difficult, and work was often not of a technical nature.
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Bishop Fox (Phoenix, AZ).
Started with a quick phone interview then went into a 1-on-1 Skype interview then a challenge call. Ended with a panel interview/meet-and-greet. The whole process took about 4-5 weeks.
Reasons behind the negative experience is mainly because of the overly-involved process. Most places would have you do a couple of interviews, maybe a 3rd if you're a great candidate facing great competition. Unfortunately, by the time you've done all of the challenges and connects with Bishop Fox, you feel very involved. If you get hired, that's great since you were basically doing all of the work and connecting needed...but if you connect with all these great people and type up a bunch of paperwork only to have an uncaring e-mail tell you that you weren't a great fit, you're left with weeks of wasted time and boiling blood.
Make sure you connect with their culture, otherwise your time will be wasted.
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