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I worked at Blackboard full-time (More than 3 years)
The people at Blackboard are incredible. I know it sounds cheesy, but the Blackboard community is more like a family. Work life balance is valued and encouraged and very flexible if you need to go see family or work remotely.
The need to deliver Ultra - but they're working on it and moving in the right direction! I've even seen positive articles that they're doing well
Advice to Management
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at Blackboard (Surprise, AZ).
I was brought into a room with 2 managers and 3 other employees, despite being told that my interview would be with just 2 managers. They all seemed to be very nice at first although there were multiple red flags that I noticed immediately.
They told me that they had been trying to fill the position for multiple months but that all of the candidates that they had interviewed were too "pretentious".
One of the red flags that I noticed was that one of the people interviewing me seemed to have an apparent dislike of me from the moment that I sat down, she was unable to look me in the eyes, participate in the interviewing process, and spoke with a harsh and unwarranted tone.
The managers laid it on very thick that there were lots of opportunities for people who had the interest and the drive to pursue them, ironically it was my interest and drive that caused me to lose the position.
I was sat down at the head of a large table and each person took turns asking me questions, some of them were technical, some personal, in general they were easy questions to answer. Management laid it on pretty thick about the perks of the job, in retrospect that was obviously a tactic to cover up the huge pitfalls associated with the position.
In retrospect I would not have accepted the job offer, but their charm had convinced me that this was not a corporate meat grinder. Once I had the job it became obvious that many people has come and gone from my position and many others, and that the managers who were so friendly at first became really difficult to work for.
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