Mission: We're overhauling our tech and preparing to launch Lonely Planet into the 21st—nay, the 27th century. The goal is to create the world's best destination for travelers, a kind of smart assistant that will be by your side no matter where ...
I worked at Lonely Planet part-time
The people are great, very flexible hours and fantastic support system. The projects are interesting but may get mundane depending on the cycle.
Very little room for growth. Especially with the recent restructuring, many employees (senior and junior) were laid off.
Advice to Management
Give employees more potential for growth. There could be more support from the higher-ups.
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Lonely Planet (Franklin, TN) in October 2016.
The initial screening was conducted over the phone with an HR representative and one member of the team. Most of the initial questions centered around cultural fit. The second phase was to complete a coding challenge. The final phase was an interview with the remote manager directly responsible for the team.
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