Mission: Why We Exist To captivate and connect people with stories they love by creating amazing experiences. Our Vision We aspire to be a must-have entertainment & technology brand that is celebrated for continuing to redefine TV.
THEY CALL US HULUGANS.
We are the dedicated, quirky, user-focused bunch working together at the intersection of entertainment and technology, redefining TV for millions. At Hulu, we’re looking for great people to help us captivate and connect people with stories they love by creating amazing experiences. People who love what we do, the products we make, and obsess over every line of code. And Hulu’s got your back with perks like flexible work hours, team events and outings, stocked kitchens and top-notch benefits, and rewarding you for your performance.
OUR MISSION, VISION AND VALUES.
To captivate and connect people with stories they love by creating amazing experiences.
We aspire to be a must-have entertainment & technology brand that is celebrated for continuing to redefine TV.
Operating at the intersection of entertainment and technology, Hulu has a unique opportunity to continually redefine TV. As Hulugans, we're inspired by this opportunity and proud of the culture we've built. How we work and how we play (we try to excel at both) are guided by a set of values.
We start with the viewer.
There are few things more rewarding than connecting viewers to stories and experiences they love. We get to do that every day. As a result, our decision-making process always starts with our viewer. That doesn't mean we don't compromise or can't make tough decisions, given the complexities of our business. It means that we know who matters the most to us, and we work hard - with all of our partners - to earn our viewers' trust and loyalty.
We are one team.
Like the best ensemble casts of our favorite shows, Hulu is made up of unique and talented individuals. We believe we're successful because those talents work together to collectively create great television and technology. When we make decisions through the lens of Hulu's priorities and in collaboration with each other, we believe we'll succeed as individuals.
We think big.
Redefining TV is an ambitious goal. We believe thinking big requires innovation, passion and unconventional thinking. We like smart risks, and our pioneering spirit means that any Hulugan, in any role, can come up with a great idea and make a difference. Where we work reflects this philosophy: open, office-free, and lots of room for collaborating.
Character matters. A lot.
We depend on every Hulugan to work with integrity, act like an owner, and be accountable to our viewers, partners and each other. We do what we say we will. We're not afraid to surface issues and acknowledge when we're wrong, and we trust each other to help us turn challenges into opportunities.
We relentlessly pursue better ways.
Hulu has incredibly high standards, especially when it comes to quality. Our pursuit of a superior viewer experience and exceptional products is driven by intense curiosity and determination to be the best. We love what we do and the products we make, but we're never content.
We embrace fun.
We love what we do. We believe we do our best when we enjoy ourselves. Some of the greatest ideas are born through laughter, whether in the photo booth at one of our epic Huluween costume parties or the next morning over brunch-worthy, microwave-hacked scrambled eggs.
WE ARE THE TEAM THAT’S POWERING PLAY.
Hulu is a premium streaming TV destination that seeks to captivate and connect viewers with the stories they love by creating amazing experiences that celebrate the best of entertainment and technology. As we pursue this mission, we strive to continue to redefine and reinvent the TV-viewing experience.
When you join Hulu, wherever you are, you’re at the epicenter of something unparalleled. We power enjoyment for a worldwide audience. And that’s pretty cool. Best of all, you’re with people you want to spend time with.
Whatever your passion, chances are there is a group of Hulugans ready to join you. Our Huluverse has 50 (and counting) clubs that bring us together for things like weekly three-mile sprints with the Run Club, to Page Turners, to Pie Society, to Cats, to Video Gamers and Food Nerds. You’re welcome here.
We’re big on collaboration. Wherever you go, you’ll have a team to support you along with plenty of challenges and room to grow. You help make millions of streams per month a reality.
Hulu’s got your back with perks like flexible work hours, team events and outings, stocked kitchens and top-notch benefits. While we work hard, having fun in an atmosphere that rewards your hard work is a mandate here.
POWER YOUR POTENTIAL.
Come build something from the ground up, and up your game in the process. We have opportunities in a variety of areas, including:
If you’re ready to see your work hit a massive stage and work alongside the best and brightest, then you just might be ready to join our team of Hulugans.
I worked at Hulu (Less than a year)
-Hulu is still a challenger brand, which is a lot of fun to work at a fast growing company like that -the intersection of media and tech is an interesting world -most employees are great
-Processes are still pretty undefined and sloppy, which causes a number of panics on occasion -hours are not set and can sometimes be very long, not indicative of company size or culture -my department had a distinct lack of vision that has been communicated to us.
Advice to Management
figure out a clear direction and process, then stick to it. Dedicate time to working on process instead of just talking about it.
I applied through college or university. The process took 5 weeks. I interviewed at Hulu (Santa Monica, CA) in October 2015.
There was an online coding round in which I had to generate org hirerarchy. The data was coming from a file, with each employee having information about his boss, and CEO will have NULL as his boss. This was followed by a phone interview. There was an XML file, from which you will have to create a tree structure. I took quite a lot of time in this question, but was not able to solve it fully. Next I was asked to design an LRU cache, which I did it. Got an onsite call next day. I flew to LA and stayed at one of the ocean facing hotel. The level of difficulty was at onsite interviews was pretty hard and questions were quite unexpected. First question was to based on finding out the number of ways of doing something. In next round I was asked to build a snake and ladder game and write test cases for it. Third round was to write a crawler program which removes race condition. Last round was a design question where I had to design a system which interacts with external systems. I did not get the job offer because I was not doing well. I was requiring a lot of help from interviewers in some of the questions. Basically, before they ask you, tell them that you are going to handle such and such corner cases. They are not interested in writing codes, but they are more interested in how many different approaches you can take, and how many different corner cases you can handle. So, dont wast your precious 1 hour in writing any code, unless they ask you to. Write a function signature at the max and move on to writing the cases that you will handle. I did waste a lot of time in writing loops and i, j, k etc. and did not think about different cases where my program will fail and how I will optimize my approach.
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