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I have been working at Kiwee full-time
Kiwee is not only about software, it is also about people. You don't need to worry about being treated like a workforce here. The CEO simply cares for people and animals.
It is a small company that can feel like home.
There is garden in the office that you can work in.
There are fruits and good coffee available.
There is no problem getting the hardware and accessories you need, you just ask for it. We work with MacBooks.
The work hours are really flexible, there is no problem if you need to go to a doctor, you just let people know and do what you need to do.
There is no overtime.
You can work remotely.
People are super nice.
Employees come from many different countries, so you can get to know other cultures too.
There are dogs and cats in the office. That's a good thing if you like them.
There are dogs and cats in the office. I think it's worth to mention, because it may be a problem if someone is allergic (but then again, they can work remotely).
I applied through college or university. The process took a week. I interviewed at Kiwee (Wrocław (Poland)) in December 2017.
The interview was divided into three main stages:
- talk to the general director,
- non-technical interview about the company's communication, atmosphere and work flow,
- technical intelligence - not only oriented towards the front-end, but also general programming knowledge.
Everything took about 5 hours, including 2 coffee breaks and a small talk in the kitchen.
After solving and sending to the company a small coding task, the meeting was scheduled for the same day. During this meeting, complete feedback from all stages and the final offer was presented.
The whole process takes about a week from the first contact to the final offer and was a pleasure. A great attitude and atmosphere were visible from the very beginning. If you're looking for a stable, animal-friendly and multinational workplace - Kiwee is for you.
A new tutorial on creating MEAN Stack applications written by our developer Konrad is published to our blog - check it our and watch this space for part #2!
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