I have been working at Fieldglass full-time (More than 5 years)
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.
There are times when you have to work over weekends, but that is rare.
I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at Fieldglass (Chicago, IL).
Applied with an employee referral right after the position was posted. I heard back within a week. Had a great phone interview with HR, who knew my referral, and was told I'd hear back early next week either way. Never heard back, didn't get any response from following up.
Overall it was a pretty disappointing experience because from everything I've heard about the company I expected the basic courtesy of a response when they were adamant I'd heard something either way. I guess the culture that Fieldglass was famous for really is changing post acquisition.
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