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I have been working at HireKeep full-time (More than a year)
I learn every single day. The team is extremely close and even for a "startup" the goals are very clear and the structure allows me to excel. Yes, there is a lot of change and we pivot regularly, but a lot of it is for the better. The team cares about the clients, they care about the candidates they work with, they really want to make a difference. I have worked at startups before and many times - they build a business just to build a business. The gang here really wants to make an impact in the recruiting space and bring technology behind all the noise. Quarterly evaluations provide growth along with free education from sites like udemy and treehouse. Great office with regular happy hours. Leadership gets it and wants people to be happy and excited about what we are doing, putting some data behind the madness.
You have to put in the hours. Some later nights and weekend work, just to get stuff done and meet deadlines. Food and drinks are provided during those periods but there is definitely a sacrifice. Definitely still a young company so even though there is a level of structure, things are not necessarily departmentalized all the way.
Advice to Management
Bring on some more senior level folks and management leadership to help departments succeed. This will distribute the work more evenly between the people and teams.
I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at HireKeep (Washington, DC).
I got a call from HireKeep after applying online to their website and they asked me to come in and interview with the company as a whole, rather than just for a specific position. I really enjoyed this because I got to meet with everyone and experience the company for exactly what it was rather than having to worry about just one role. I ended up on the Talent Engagement team after meeting with everyone and finding what I was best at. I thought this was a very good approach to the hiring process.
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