Mission: Bringing good food to your everyday
I worked at Foodpanda full-time (More than a year)
Best people work their in teams
Less Salary but more learning
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at Foodpanda (New York, NY).
I was contacted by a recruiter of the company through Linked. We exchanged a couple of emails with the typical information, work experience, new job position at the company, after a couple of days she asked for my CV and portfolio to continue with the selection process. Since she was in the HQ and the position available was in one of the offices in Asia, she arranged an interview with the person in charge of that office. The process was perfect until that day!
My interviewer didn't show up to the meeting and two hours later contacted me on skype and explained what had happened. We ended doing the a short interview through skype, around 15 min, that finished with the person telling that I'll receive an email with a couple of simple tasks to do in order to see if my graphic style and vision would match with the company -that's ok. I know that in my field that's normal and I'm used to it- But what I ended receiving was ridiculous, it was clear that the tasks were going to be part of something in the future, not random pieces that you have to create just to show your style as is usually done, the work was way to specific and clear in its scope -a clever way to crowdsourced ideas while they were looking for a new person- In that moment I dropped the process, there were too many red flags during process to keep ignoring them.