I worked at MemoryBlue full-time (More than a year)
Great environment with good benefits
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Advice to Management
Continue doing what you're doing! Getting trained on the memoryBlue method of business development put me in a better position in my next job.
I applied online. I interviewed at MemoryBlue (Austin, TX) in May 2017.
Fist I'd like to mention that the managers that interviewed me in the office were great guys. Unfortunately, the recruiter who I spoke with over the phone was not. She will literally try to get you to sign right then and there and is very inconsiderate of your decision making process. She won't let you talk, and will continuously cut you off. She sent me the wrong address to the office so I called her and she literally said "you're early, I told you 10am. just wait outside."
When I did receive an offer, she wanted to know everything about the other companies I was interviewing for. Which is okay, but there was some information I did not want to share and she would force it out of me. Overall, the people i met with in person gave off a great impression about MemoryBlue and the values they stand for. I don't think t's a good idea for the recruiter to be so pushy, rude, and uninviting over the phone since this is the first person a candidate talks to and also the point of contact throughout the process. I'm glad I declined the offer.
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