Mission: Inflection's goal is to build trust on the Internet, so people can connect with confidence online and in person.
We believe hiring the right people is crucial for implementing our vision. Our team thrives with charismatic extroverts, quiet geniuses, and industrious pioneers. Ask anyone who works here and you'll learn that people are the best part of Inflection. Does this sound like the team for you? Apply today. We're excited to meet you.
Want to know what the new hire experience at Inflection is like? Read all about it on our blog.
We care about our people.
At Inflection, we care about our team. Our company culture is built on trust, self-actualization, balance, whole health, personal accountability, hard work, and efficiency. We provide benefits that make our employees happy and help bring balance into their lives, both in and out of the office.
Below, watch Director of Social Impact Hamida Hamza Khalifa share the initiatives Inflection’s pursuing to tackle and improve equal pay across the company.
Our benefits are designed to be life-enhancing and balancing:
Whether it's each day's organic catered lunch, our free Caltrain Go Pass, or work from home flexibility, we do what we can to ensure that our team is healthy, happy, and engaged. Our teams enjoy a bountiful bunch of benefits--and we're always adding more!
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Our Omaha office is thriving and growing in the heart of Silicon Prairie and it’s home to Inflection’s member services office. We’re looking for people passionate about customer service to join this fun and exciting team. Go inside Inflection Omaha and meet the unique individuals who make up this team by watching this video:
Our benefits are designed to make work fun, rewarding, and life-enhancing:
From our free meals and snacks to our comprehensive benefits, we do what we can to ensure that our team is healthy, happy, and engaged. Our Omaha teams enjoy a wide variety of benefits--and we're always adding more!
Want to learn more about our Omaha office? Read this post on our blog by our Office Manager, Natalie Hollander.
I worked at Inflection full-time
Tremendous growth opportunities for those who are proactive. Management focuses on making sure you get the learning opportunities you are looking for. If you perform well, the company reciprocates by giving you lots of responsibility and autonomy.
There is an incredible degree of transparency throughout the organization. You can go up to anyone, discuss what they are working on, and learn from them. Upper management has worked hard to distill clear priorities for the organization and make sure everyone is on the same page.
The team is great to work with across the board. Everyone is smart, open, and supportive.
As other reviews have alluded to, meetings can sometimes run long or lack clear organization. This can cause some inefficiency during the work day.
Morale was a bit low in the first half of 2016, however things are steadily improving as management has communicated a clear strategy and focus.
(Not really a con) Although they are supportive, management's style is very hands off. You need to be self motivated and organized in order to succeed. Those expecting tight oversight and structure for their work will be disappointed.
Advice to Management
Stay transparent and keep the company focused on the few, key priorities. Keep the hiring bar high so the company culture can remain strong.
I applied online. The process took 5 weeks. I interviewed at Inflection (Redwood Shores, CA) in June 2015.
1. phone interview with general information
2. 2nd interview with a higher up HR person
3. in person interview with 4 different people some with design backgrounds some with a marketing "social" title.
4. followed by weeks of not getting back to you. Having phone interviews not be finalized because their HR person forgot to schedule them.
Like many of the reviews say this place plays itself off as a "startup" and runs a puppy mill campaign actively targeting recent grads. Allowing for low wages and unqualified youngsters with "management" titles. Making for a painful in person interview full of "uh huh" and "giggly laughter" responses. The interview allows you to have lunch with your potential coworkers allowing you to see the great divide of the people who actually do work (programers, designers, sales, etc.) and the rest of the collective dorm people, 99% of which where from Boston oddly enough. Free lunches and massages and other silly perks seem to be the jedi mind trick that keeps the recent grads drinking the kool aid. When you have enough work/life experiences you realize these are simply a means to offer less salary and keep you working, no thanks.