I have been working at Litmus full-time (More than 3 years)
Litmus is a leader in its industry, so it's great to work for a company where customers view you a must-have partner, specially as an Account Managemener. The Sales org has grown tremendously and the AM team is seeing an exciting period of growth as it's own team. In my past AM experience, I had minimal work-life balance, but Litmus is amazing at encouraging this and management is great at pushing work-life balance.
People from all departments are customer centric and everyone takes great pride in their work. They have done a great job at hiring great people that align with the company values. Engineers like to talk to customers and everyone is eager to hear from customers to make sure they are having the best experience.
The company cares about its employees and offers great perks and company-wide retreats. I am remote so I miss out on the office-catered lunches, but I don't feel like I am missing out on anything else because I am remote. My manager is extremely accessible and I feel like Slack and Zoom and our in-person trips allow me to effectively work with others, and form great relationships with many. The whole company gets together a few times per year and they treat us to amazing outings, definitely spoiled there. For the holidays, they even sent every employee a gift.
You miss out on the catered lunches and office happy hours if you are remote, but I've managed to do virtual ones with a few folks.
I applied online. I interviewed at Litmus (Boston, MA).
Interviewed with this company a few months back for a sales leadership role. Interviewed with CEO and several people. Everything went well, check my references which were stellar as was my track record and so they made a verbal offer. After they made me the verbal they decided to hire someone else. What a complete waste of my time. Funny I see a similar leadership role now open so they either fired the person or that person resigned. Well I moved on and accepted a role and have consistently overachieved and my team is rocking it. Your loss Litmus not mine. I was the diamond in the ruff that you obviously overlooked. Keep recruiting while I keep overachieving! Good luck.
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