- San Jose, CA
- 201 to 500 Employees
- 3 Locations
- Type: Company - Private
- Founded in 2019
- Revenue: Unknown / Non-Applicable
- Biotech & Pharmaceuticals
What are your colleagues talking about?
I loved the team I worked and interfaced with! They are as intelligent as they are collaborative and humble. My executive management was brilliant! Very enabling, supportive, and truly leading by example. We separated for health reasons. The company stood by me and went above and beyond all expectations I had. I will always be grateful!
I had an extremely positive experience with BI. Of course there were some difficult days - as there always is. But the Pros far outweigh the Cons.
- Anonymous Employee in SpainNo OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
InterviewThe process was quite confusing. It started with a cognitive & personality assessment. This test was a set of 40 questions, most of them mathematical & logic challenges, that I had 30 seconds to answer. Some questions were honestly hard, like the ones you need some time to think about or even use a calculator. It's the kind of challenges you learn to solve with code, not with your head, in 30 seconds. The test came back negative (no surprise from my side). It literally said, "recommend NOT to hire". Well, fine.
I did two more interviews, both with tech leads, and one of them being the person who literally had to decide where to hire me or not. All and all, the whole process took more than a month, with interviews happening at 9 pm my time due to the time zone differences. It seems that the feedback from these other 2 interviews was good. I was given the feedback in writing: good tech skills, great leadership attitude, excellent communication, and "a strong YES" from all the interviewers.
All of this happened really slow, with me having to chase them asking for the next steps.
Eventually, I get an offer, they tell me a number and they even tell me that this will be sent in writing by the end of the week. But first, one last formality: they want some references. I give them 3 names of people whom I have worked with, and that I knew would say only good things about me.
To my great surprise, after these conversations, I got a call to say "sorry, but after talking to your references, we are not moving forward with your candidacy". I was utterly surprised, so I asked my people. They were as confused as me, they swear they believed I would get the job based on what they talked about. But nope.
So I think it was an excuse for them to walk back from an already given "verbal offer". And that's it. A full month of my time, interviews late at night when I was tired after 8 hours of work and some more hours of playing with my kids. All wasted, without knowing exactly why.
So, I am not saying this is a bad company. I am just saying they don't play fair. So if you're considering applying for a position there, watch out.Interview
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