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Fieldglass Overview

Chicago, IL
501 to 1000 employees
SAP
1999
Company - Private
Information Technology
Unknown / Non-Applicable
The Fieldglass Vendor Management System (VMS) allows organizations to better procure and manage their flexible workforces, including contingent labor and services managed through Statements of Work, such as project-based spend, offshore engagements and independent contractors ... Read more

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Fieldglass – Why Work For Us?


Our Company, Our Focus

In November 1999, SAP Fieldglass was founded to transform how companies find and manage contingent labor. We envisioned our cloud-based Vendor Managemennt System (VMS) as the vehicle through which companies could view their entire workforces holistically, enabling them to make strategic hiring decisions across all its workers.
 
Sixteen years later, more than 400 global businesses leverage our industry-leading technology to gain visibility into their external labor, project-based services including Statements of Work (SOWs), independent contractors and additional flexible talent pools.
 
While we have experienced exciting growth, our focus remains the same. With innovation as our core driver, we are committed to ensuring our customers' success by providing a continuously-improving VMS solution, world-class support and outstanding customer service.

Join the SAP Fieldglass Team

From finance and sales to professional services and product development, our entire team is made up of the best and brightest. Experience our unique culture of collaboration, innovation and family. Be proud to work for the recognized industry leader.

Our People

Our rapidly growing global workforce has an entrepreneurial spirit and knows what it takes to get things done attitude. We are accountable, collaborative, innovative and intellectually curious individuals. We are the best at what we do, passionate about the work we produce and consistently building great, lasting relationships along the way. We believe the best way to an environment of fresh ideas and innovation is to eliminate stringent company policies and red tape. Any Fieldglass employee will tell you their favorite part of working here is our people!
 

Our Perks

At Fieldglass, a competitive base salary, annual bonus, great healthcare and a generous PTO policy are standard. In addition, we offer other perks such as fully-stocked kitchens, a comfortable, well-designed break room complete with gaming consoles, free Starbucks coffee, affordable gym memberships, opportunities to give back to the community, fun and exciting wellness activities and the occasional Friday beer cart!

Our Locations

With many locations across the globe, Fieldglass is headquartered in Chicago with a major development office in Naperville, IL. In addition to many remote employees throughout the U.S., we have established teams and offices in London and Brisbane as well as off-shore teams in Mumbai, Pune and Bangalore. With continuing growth, we hope to expand further into other global markets in the near future.

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    Pros

    The culture. They create an environment that encourages people to be creative when finding solutions that work best for the customers. At the same time they are challenging the individual to be their best version of themselves. They also allow a great work/life balance that allows us to work harder when there are tight deadlines.

    Cons

    There are times when you have to work over weekends, but that is rare.

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Fieldglass Interviews

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    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at Fieldglass (Naperville, IL).

    Interview

    Note: this was for an entry level developer position

    The first step was a typical HR call with behavioral questions and an explanation about the role. Then I had a technical phone call that consisted of Javascript, Java (general OOP and some coding questions), and SQL questions (differences between joins, etc). After that, I came onsite and had an online written exam (Java and SQL questions) and was grilled in person about Java knowledge - first with a panel style interview, and then again during a one to one. Even though this was supposed to be the last step, I was later invited to take a Hackerrank online challenge that had 3 coding questions and 5 MC general algorithmic questions.

    Overall, the process wasn't too difficult for me, but I was also pretty prepared. It was definitely harder and lengthier compared to others that I've experienced, though. The process took a bit longer due to scheduling issues (both because of mine and the team's availability), but the HR point of contact was extremely nice and helpful and a joy to work with.

    Interview Questions

    • The written exam required you to write out actual SQL queries and kind of felt like a CS assignment, so I recommend hackerrank's sql portion for that. Otherwise, know OOP concepts like the back of your hand and brush up on general Java knowledge (like how it handles concurrency, the different libraries, etc) and know your data structures! (especially trees and stacks)   Answer Question
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