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Waltham, MA
501 to 1000 employees
Company - Public (CRCM)
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
We've built the world's largest online marketplace for finding and managing care. We connect families with caregivers and caregivers with jobs so the world can go to work, and with 30.8 million members in more than 20 countries ... Read more

Mission: At, "there for you" isn't just our mission, it's our passion. Our services are used as an HR recruiting and retention benefit by some of the world's leading companies. And our ... Read more – Why Work For Us?


The modern workforce is more challenged than ever to balance the competing demands of work and home. Those demands can affect work in the form of increased absenteeism, reduced productivity, reduction of hours, or leaving a job altogether. Employers across many industries turn to Care@Work for a modern, technology-driven solution to address employee family care needs while improving productivity and attracting and retaining the best talent. Care@Work provides a custom, scalable suite of services for employers to offer as a benefit to their employees, including Premium Membership to our comprehensive digital platform, in-home and in-center backup child care, in-home backup care for adults, expert senior care planning managed by our team of Masters-level social workers, and more. Learn more. Reviews

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    "A Great Place to Work"

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    I worked at full-time (More than 3 years)

    Pros is an all round great place to work, mostly because of the great people that work there and solid leadership team. The company manages to find a good balance between focusing on their financial goals and their drive to be a socially responsible company, which many other organizations find hard to do.


    Some work can still be done to improve career progression within many of the teams and developing/coaching new leaders.

    Advice to Management

    As the company scales, focus a little more on empowering every employee and teaching them to have "bias for action" so that nothing gets in the way of the amazing things that you continue to do.

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    Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Waltham, MA
    Declined Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at (Waltham, MA) in January 2011.


    Interviewing at was quite off-putting. It was clear from the phone screen and the initial
    interview they had no interest in my work experience and they offered no information about the position.
    HR provided general information about the company during the on-site interview. For the engineering
    managers its all about what esoteric Java language features you know, none of which, they admit their
    teams ever use.

    For my phone screen there was no information provided about the position or the company.
    They asked about my current position but it was clear they had no interest in the information.
    They could not get to their technical questions fast enough. Once they finished asking their
    questions there was no opportunity for me to ask questions. The phone call ended abruptly.

    At the in-person interview, again no information about the engineering position. No interest in
    my work experience. No information from 3 of the 4 (technical) interviewers about their role in
    the organization. We jumped right to the technical questions and once the interviewer finished
    his questions, he was out the door.

    I was able to rangle the last couple of interviewers to ask about the position, the architecture,
    their tools, how the teams interact. Unfortunately none of them were able to articulate a
    comprehensive view of the work and architecture or engineering organization.

    So study the esoteric Java language features. Be prepared to write code for typical things like
    the mouse-find-the-cheese, tree searches, managing N stacks in a single array. And ask your
    questions before the interviewer starts their technical questions.

    Interview Questions

    • Write a class to manage N stacks. The stacks reside in a single array.
      The init method parameters are int arr_size, int num_stks). arr_size is the
      lenght of the single array. num_stks is the number of stacks to create from the array. Write the push and pop methods.   Answer Question
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Veteran Hiring Commitment

Committed to helping America's military veterans find work

Pay Equality Pledge

Committed to paying equitably for equal work & experience

Career Advancement Program

Helping employees "upskill" into higher-paying positions

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Has programs that support a diverse and inclusive workforce

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