Mission: There's a new way to get work done – a way that really works, for both people and the companies that hire them. We know because we're doing it.
How? By bringing the best digital marketing and design talent together, and ...
I have been working at Filter full-time
Filter is still small enough that one person can make a significant impact. The people are generally great to work with, and happy to be here. The business focus is obviously there and strong, but it is tempered by a desire to make Filter a great place to work, too.
Each team has a different working style, so make sure that you like the style of the team that you're joining. Filter isn't huge, so if you are a staff member there may be limited growth opportunities. Obviously that doesn't apply if you are talent.
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Filter (Portland, OR) in November 2015.
The interview process was very casual. They were focused on the skill set required as well as overall fit with the team - the group/panel interview portion was more of a chance for me to meet and interact with others that I would be working with. They were very flexible in scheduling and were mindful of my time constraints as I was still employed by my previous employer at the time I was interviewing.
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