I have been working at Midaxo full-time (More than a year)
Ideal Market for the product
New sales managment is making things better
Fun office layout
Startup Environment- long hours, comes with the territory
Product team is mostly overseas
Some departments are very "clicky"
Kitchen Snacks need work
Advice to Management
Ignore the reviews of people who didn't actually contribute to the company. Focus on the people who are there grinding it out. Push the product team to keep iterating. All in all, things are getting better!
I applied online. I interviewed at Midaxo (Boston, MA) in July 2017.
Horrible. The woman from the company was ten minutes late calling me for a phone interview that I had scheduled directly with her just days before. After failing to apologize for being late, she just launched into a series of stock questions. It soon became clear to me that she had not reviewed my resume. She asked me questions like, "Do you live in the Boston area?" (yes, as my resume clearly states) and "Have you always worked as a contract recruiter?" (no, as my resume clearly states). It was painfully obvious that she was just checking boxes and filling in a form, as I could hear her loudly typing while I answered her form questions (it sounded like she was pounding on the keys!). I ended the interview early; you only get one chance to make a good first impression, as they say. I wish more companies understood that this truism works BOTH ways. As a recruiter, I go to great lengths to ensure that I value the time of my company's prospective employees/job candidates. I take seriously the role of ambassador for my company and appreciate the fact that how I treat candidates is a reflection on me and my company, and how we do business.