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  • Detroit, MI
  • 1 to 50 Employees
  • 2018
  • Company - Private
  • Unknown / Non-Applicable


Bloomscape Reviews

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Current Employee, more than 1 year

"High risk and high reward"

Sep 7, 2021 - Anonymous Employee
Positive Outlook


Bloomscape the last few months has felt almost like a new company - in a good way! While it was challenging to get to this point, the recent changes to leadership have brought immediate process


- WFH is not for everyone and can make "connection" more difficult.
- Ownership for tasks has been in-flux after the changes in July so some tasks feel forgotten

Advice to Management

- Keep communication and transparency top of mind!
- Recaps/retros on the successes/failures of new projects that are shared out across all teams
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Diversity & Inclusion at Bloomscape

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Bloomscape Interviews

Getting an Interview
Applied online75%
Employee Referral25%

  1. Product Manager Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Detroit, MI
    No Offer
    Neutral Experience
    Average Interview

    I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Bloomscape (Detroit, MI) in Mar 2022


    From the time I applied to Bloomscape through the time they closed the application, it was 10+ weeks from start to finish.

    The interview process consisted of 6 different interviews with 8 different people.
    -Round 1: Phone screen with recruiter
    -Round 2: Video interview with hiring manager
    -Round 3: Video interview with 1 team member
    -Round 4: Video interview with 2 team members
    -Round 5: Video interview with 1 team member
    -Round 6: Video interview with 2 team members

    Interviews 3-6 all took place within a single week. When I followed up the following week I was told that the position was on hold indefinitely.

    I am rating the experience as neutral because there were positives and negatives:

    + I liked Bloomscape for the mission and the people. Every person I spoke with was smart, knowledgeable and kind - and I would have enjoyed working with and learning from each of them.

    + It was evident the interviewers did their homework and coordinated what they would ask me beforehand. Even with 8 different people that I spoke with I rarely got the same questions twice.

    - I didn't like Bloomscape because the messaging was inconsistent. Sometimes the position was needed urgently and had senior management support and budget, and sometimes the position was on-hold due to changing strategic priorities.

    - I got the impression that decisions at Bloomscape are made "by committee". LinkedIn shows 47 current employees and I met with 8 of them. So that tells me 17% of their employees were involved in even just this one hiring decision. I have mixed feelings about this. Does this approach indicate a strong need for consensus to move forward? Or, does this indicate that senior management has a lack of trust in having just a couple of employees make a hiring decision?

    General behavioral interview questions General experiential questions based on my resume They also had me walk through how I would solve a recent Bloomscape business problem

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What are perks and other benefits like at Bloomscape?

...Benefits are lacking...

September 16, 2021

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