Jelli Overview

  • www.jelli.com
  • San Mateo, CA
  • 1 to 50 Employees
  • 2008
  • Subsidiary or Business Segment
  • Radio
  • $100 to $500 million (USD)

If you’re passionate about music and technology, Jelli is a great company to work for because we are the tech engine for the largest audio company in America, iHeartMedia. We’re on a mission to help people more deeply enjoy music and audio experiences by providing platform ...
Mission: It's our mission to help people more deeply enjoy music and audio experiences by providing platform technology that supports free listening through better audio advertising.

Company Updates

September 11, 2020
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Despite the unforeseen changes the COVID-19 pandemic has caused, we maintain our commitment to making sure all of our team members and their communities still receive the same level of care as before. Here are some of the engagements we are providing while working remotely!
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Culture: A Continuing Priority At Jelli
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March 27, 2019
Last week, we were proud to sponsor and participate in Hackfort, a digital humanities conference that is part of Boise's Treefort Music Fest. We both exhibited in the Hackfort Expo Hall and conducted a panel titled "Side Projects: Creative Outlets Inspire Innovation at Jelli." Take a look at some of our real side projects: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMXpc
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[Hackfort 2019] Side Projects: Creative Outlets Inspire Innovation
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Jelli Reviews

4.1
73%
Recommend to a Friend
100%
Approve of CEO
Torsten Schulz
Torsten Schulz
1 Rating
5.0
Current Employee, more than 1 year

"Great company to work for!"

Apr 19, 2021 - QA Analyst in Boise, ID
Recommends
Positive Outlook
Approves of CEO

Pros

- Good benefits, and an understanding management team. (The best I've ever had)
- Great team environment.
- Lots of opportunity for go getters and those interested in solving complicated problems.

Cons

- Problems usually pertain to backend systems. (This may be a pro to someone with a different mindset) - Lots of people switching teams a lot which can cause disruptions. - People seem dead eyed a

Advice to Management

Try to find more passionate people who want to improve the team as well as themselves. (Maybe use some of the team leaving as a way to hire more people who may not be as technically savvy as desired,
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Diversity & Inclusion at Jelli

5.0
(2 Reviews)

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Jelli Interviews

Experience
Positive23%
Negative62%
Neutral15%
Getting an Interview
Applied online91%
Recruiter9%
Difficulty
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  1. Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in United States
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview

    Interview

    Interviewing manager has high ranking school, low years of experience. Seemed more interested in pointing out facts and trivia in his own interview problem than asking me questions. And I would perfectly answer the questions, but he would provide another answer that was only technically the same as mine, it just happened to be different to appear like he could one up me.



    Answered the question perfectly. He then came up with a way to show that it would perform poorly (Note: It wouldn't because he doesn't really understand how software works under the hood). So his contrived example was to add a millions songs to a playlist, then and only then immediately remove them and then hit the play button. He said this would be inefficient (O(n)) but it wouldn't, because you could just use an offset of n instead of looping. He didn't understand arrays versus maps and become slightly irritated that I said something that went over his head. He also become irritated that I used recursion (which is so funny because most interviewers want you to use this) then immediately said it would stack overflow instead of asking the trade offs or alternatives such as using a stack data structure.

    Here's the concerning part, the technical solution was perfect in complexity, and no call back to move forward. I strongly strongly believe the reason for not moving forward was mostly race related. Just look at the demographics for who works there.
    Interview

    Write some code to handle adding songs to a playlist

    Answer Question

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Pledges & Certifications

  • Career Advancement Program

    Helping employees "upskill" into higher-paying positions

  • Pledge to Thrive

    Taking steps to prioritize employee well-being

  • Pay Equality Pledge

    Committed to paying equitably for equal work & experience

  • Diversity Commitment

    Has programs that support a diverse and inclusive workforce

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