Mission: Meeting Tomorrow's mission statement is to build a company that fosters a culture of respect and affection. Our core values are commitment, kindness and humility.
I have been working at Meeting Tomorrow full-time
Positive work culture with a defined commitment to employee professional and personal growth.
Some growing pains in process.
Advice to Management
Keep up the transparency in communication...it helps.
The process took 3+ weeks. I interviewed at Meeting Tomorrow (Chicago, IL).
I applied online and received a call a week later about the position. The questions were very personality based and that always alerts me as I might be stepping into a cult of a company. I must have done well on that because they invited me in for an in person. After changing the time twice, I finally interviewed with HR and the Tech lead who had the exact same degree as me from the same school. They didn't ask me a lot of questions so I took it they were not feeling me. Which was weird because having the same degree totally lets them know I have the same foundation as the tech lead. I honestly think it's because I didn't know him. I was confused as why I was called in for a face to face because of the lack of tech questions. I had to follow up but heard back that I wasn't fit for the job.