I worked at Kids II (More than a year)
I worked at KidsII full time. Overall it is an excellent place to work and the people, culture and product make it special. However you have to buy into the system. If your an individual who wants to do it your way, while your encouraged to think outside the box and bring creative ideas, you are an employee of the company and management may take you places you are not inclined to want to go. However if your a team player and your recognize the company needs your help in an area that you may not want to go, eventually your efforts and dedication will pay off. Overall this is an excellent place to work. While many complain about the leadership, I find the executive team to be passionate about success and about their employees. I also see many folks complain about leadership in so many ways here but honestly they care, they do listen and in the end you need to be a team player. That is not for everyone for sure. I left and as I reflect back it was something I should have realized,( I was not willing to be a team player, so I learned and I miss that place alot. There were so many more great things i did not realize until i left. So consider the fact the fact that the grass is always greener but this grass is very green itself.
3. Great co workers
4. Great Work Environment
5. Great Product
6. Passionate leadership
1. Trying to grow to fast without fixing some internal issues first
2. A lot of turnover
3. work life balance
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Kids II.
Several phone interviews and video chats with everyone from HR, manager, potential team members, etc.. HR was very personable and even responsive in telling you the next steps. No real questions were asked really about my skillset. It was more of a company fit type interviews. However, until the last interview, nothing was heard from for at least 2 weeks until I got a generic email stating I was not selected. This was only after I contacted HR and inquired about the position.