I worked at Kura full-time (Less than a year)
If you have no soul, dont care how your spoken to or if your dating/seeing a manager then you'll go far, otherwise you'll stay as an advisor forever
- Management don't care about you, all they care about is stats
- No progression unless you are dating/seeing management
- No work / life balance
- You get a ROC (Record of Conversation) for the smallest of things
- No support from managers
- Revolving Door, went through 5 managers in space of 6 months
- Avoid, Avoid, Avoid
Advice to Management
Dissolve the company, and give up. Your a company that apparently work on "Values" tell me where your values actually come into play when you work in that place.
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at Kura (Glasgow, Scotland (UK)).
Sent through my CV through Indeed and heard back within a few days. I then had a phone call with one of the recruitment team who gave me a lot of in depth information about the role and the organisation I'd be working for. She then scheduled me in for a telephone interview. The telephone interview was pretty standard, asking questions such as why I wanted to work for Kura, what I thought the role involved ect., I was then invited to an assessment day, which was a week in advance, of signing paperwork and trying some roleplay. They also tested my maths, grammar, and fact checking skills. The next day I heard back from them.
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