Mission: Every client project is different. That is why every member of a Lab49 client project team is individually selected from our domain experts and industry-leading delivery teams. Lab49's client services span strategy, program management, user experience, and ...
I have been working at Lab49 full-time
I am surrounded by high functioning, team-oriented, and intelligent co-workers. The unity of the company is self-evident in the way we approach work. From sales to development there are strong communication lines that allow us to understand our strengths and weaknesses from a delivery stand-point. This allow us to continually analyze and improve on our processes as a company.
Managers are understanding and listen to those they are managing. Mistakes are considered learning opportunities rather than an opportunity to assign blame.
I enjoy the fact that I have flexible hours and all that matters is that the work is done responsibly; not how many hours are worked. We also have a kitchen filled with healthy snacks and beers. ION is also heavily involved and is always looking for ways to create opportunities outside of work to create a more unified environment.
In all, the future is bright and you would be wise to look into Lab49 as a future employer.
Not all is perfect. Lab49 has some deficiencies. Compared to top consulting firms vacation days are less than those, but it is made up with the work/life balance. Clients can at times be difficult to work with and when business is going really well like it is now we find ourselves stretched more than the usual.
Advice to Management
We need to hire faster.
I applied online. I interviewed at Lab49 (New York, NY) in February 2017.
The process included 2 phone interviews and 3 on-site interviews. One of the on-site interviews included a workshop where I was presented with a theoretical project and I was expected to demonstrate my approach to product management and execution. The interviewers were a mix of peers and senior people within the organization.
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