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Microvision Overview

Headquarters Redmond, WA
Size 51 to 200 Employees
Founded 1993
Type Company - Public (MVIS)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $10 to $25 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown
MicroVision is a world leader in the innovation of a new generation of display technology that brings enhanced visibility to the world of mobility. The MicroVision PicoP® display technology packs an incredible amount of engineering and advanced capability into a tiny ... More

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Microvision CEO and Director Alexander Tokman
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    Doesn't Recommend
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    I have been working at Microvision full-time


    located in Seattle metro area High tech company


    Not profitable and does not have a path to profitability, even though company has exited for 15 years.

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    Engineering Manager Interview

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    I applied through other source. The process took 6+ months. I interviewed at Microvision in August 2011.


    This company has a real problem with recruiting that was readily apparent during my experience with them. After applying several times to the specific opening online and never receiving so much as an automated "don't call us we'll call you" email, I had pretty much given up on this firm. Well, I finally sent my resume directly to the head HR person, and finally got a response. The subsequent phone interview went very well (I thought) but when I followed up with the HR minion, I was told that there were a number of other more qualified candidates already further along in the interview process. They must be really getting some great candidates, because I have 10+ years of C-level engineering experience- and I still code too. Two hours later they posted the same job opening on another recruiting web site. Makes me wonder if I had too much experience? Shame on them.

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