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  • www.kyruus.com
  • Boston, MA
  • 51 to 200 Employees
  • 2010
  • Company - Private
  • Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
  • Unknown / Non-Applicable

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Kyruus is the industry leader in provider search and scheduling solutions for health systems. Physician-founded and led, we recognized in 2010 that a systemic misalignment of supply and demand was causing patients to wait unnecessarily long for appointments and too often end up ...
Mission: Our Mission: Enable human beings to care for other human beings

Our Vision: To make healthcare work better for everyone by connecting people to the care they need

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Kyruus Reviews

3.6
54%
Recommend to a Friend
76%
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Dr. Graham Gardner
Dr. Graham Gardner
50 Ratings
5.0
Current Employee

"Great company to work at"

Oct 4, 2022 - Customer Success
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Pros

Kyruus is a mission driven company with transparent updates from leadership as they continue to scale. There is opportunity for career growth within specific departments, or linear shifts into

Cons

As Kyruus continues to scale, it will become important to clearly outline roles and responsibilities for each role to avoid repetitive work or certain roles being overloaded.
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Diversity & Inclusion at Kyruus

3.6
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Kyruus Interviews

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Positive56%
Negative28%
Neutral17%
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Applied online38%
Campus Recruiting31%
Recruiter19%
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  1. Software Engineering Manager Interview

    Anonymous Employee in United States
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview
    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 week. I interviewed at Kyruus (United States)

    Interview

    Overall unpleasant. If you have a half day of pto (you're gonna need ALL of that half-day) and like wasting your time, feel free.

    Format:
    1st interview - 45 min, general pre-screen type questions
    2nd interview - 3 hours, consisting of roughly 4 45-minute sessions. Each session is its own standalone interview, so all generic questions

    Their process did not come across as professional. Usually last-minute on the details, and I think the only reason I got ANY info before it was already too late is because at least the recruiter pestered them a few times.

    The interview process was overall disappointing. No coordination between interviewers, resulting in duplicate questions and discussions. It was a 3 hour interview with so many people (5 for me, but they intended 7 people, distributed between the 4 sessions). I felt like it was disrespectful of my time - they could have easily gotten to the point of saying no to me after the first two sessions, the last two were just wasting everyone's time. If you REALLY want to keep this process, break it up into 2 interviews. It's a lot easier to do 2 lunch interviews than taking a half day.

    Apparently unless you come in practically begging to work there, you are not "enthusiastic enough" for the job. I'm a very mild-mannered person, so I don't come across as excitable or interested, but I always make sure to get the job done. I guess that doesn't count much.

    Some of the reasons they disqualified me are things that they could have found out in 5 MINUTES. If they had simply said during the first interview "Do you know X enough? No? ok, no 2nd round," they could have saved me 3 hours of frustration, and themselves even more time.

    Lastly, they set you up for failure. During some of the questioning, they mention you can use examples from previous roles. However, if you use such examples, they come back and ding you for not using a relevant example.

    Recommendations (even if they are most likely ignored or waved away)
    1) Shorten your interview process, and reduce the number of people doing the interviews, or break it up into 2 smaller interviews. You are missing out on a lot of good talent.
    2) Be more proactive about communicating with candidates. If you say "Well, it's hard to schedule 5-7 people for an interview," then guess what? if you do #1, you will only have to schedule 2-3 people.
    3) Just because a candidate isn't biting at the bit to join you guys doesn't mean they won't do a good job. You don't work on software that is exciting enough to care.
    4) If a technology is required, Then make it a mandatory check in the first pre-screen. Alternatively, you could realize that if you know a lot of tech already, it's pretty easy to pick up more.
    Interview

    Describe your leadership style (got asked this 3 times)?

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Kyruus Awards & Accolades

  • The Boston Globe Top Places to WorkBoston Globe2020
  • Boston Business Journal Best Places to WorkBoston Business Journal2020

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...Very transparent, respectful, inclusive environment, great benefits and perks, nice coworkers....

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Employees rate Kyruus 3.6 out of 5 stars based on 71 anonymous reviews on Glassdoor.

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Overall, 54 of employees would recommend working at Kyruus to a friend. This is based on 68 anonymously submitted reviews on Glassdoor.

56 of job seekers rate their interview experience at Kyruus as positive. Candidates give an average difficulty score of 2.9 out of 5 (where 5 is the highest level of difficulty) for their job interview at Kyruus.

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