Mission: At HoneyBook, every day we are on a mission to empower the creative economy to rise together, doing what they love.
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I have been working at HoneyBook full-time (More than a year)
So many things. First, a wonderful workplace that both fosters hard work and work/life balance. Secondly, HoneyBook is a mission driven company with a clear understanding and goal of the impact it wants to make on the world. Thirdly, users love the product which makes coming in every day and doing your job exciting and fulfilling.
You're able to have a direct impact on the trajectory of the company and given a lot of autonomy to run with ideas and decisions.
Depending on your role, collaborating across timezones with remote colleagues can be tough.
Advice to Management
Keep acknowledging achievements both at a company level and individually. Focus on the product and technology behind it to make it best-in-class. Continue to hire the right people -- it's what makes this company what it is.
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at HoneyBook (San Francisco, CA).
What I really liked about HoneyBook is its refreshingly open and honest culture. The entire interview process was run in a very professional way, with every interviewer coming fully prepared. And the questions were deeply introspective and anyone who tries to lie through it will be caught red handed! They have a culture of warm hospitality mixed with polite directness, which is my kind of place to work. What I would advise anyone who is interviewing here is simple: Know yourself! (which seems to be very rare these days, if I might add.)
I thought I was reasonably well prepared, but the questions (at least for this position) were all behavioral and I enjoyed every one of them. I won't disclose the questions because you have to experience them yourself!
HoneyBook Head of Community Natalie Franke was featured in 99designs. Read the article to learn about Natalie's journey and tips on pathing your path as a creative entrepreneur.