I worked at Luvocracy as a contractor (Less than a year)
Start-up, interesting concept, work independently, casual dress, some flexibility with schedule
The management is out of touch with the employees doing the grunt work and there is seemingly little possibility of advancing in the company, as there exists a divide between these executives and entry level employees. The office is rarely stocked with snacks (even toilet paper) and is often dirty. Monotonous tasks, only important thing is completing them quickly.
Advice to Management
Allow entry-level employees to be responsible for more and to make them feel a part of the company as a whole, and maybe they will stick around for longer.
I applied in-person. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Luvocracy.
I was very much displeased with the process. At first received an email asking for a phone interview, nothing too special. The interview itself was a sad joke. The interviewer- who shall remain nameless- seemed like he was afraid of talking to other human beings. No emotion whatsoever,few and very generic questions and a lot of mumbling on his part. Never have I been on an interview where I felt that the person running it has no interest in talking to me to this extent; and its not like I was doing anything differently. To top it off, he promised a response - positive or negative - within a few days. Ya right...
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