I have been working at Nuna full-time (More than a year)
Nuna is a mission-driven company trying to make the US healthcare space a better place through data analytics that benefit the actual patients receiving healthcare, not just the employer, payer or provider. Knowing this makes it very easy to get out of bed in the morning. Employees and management are caring and good listeners. There is an emphasis on being sensitive to each others' needs and to constructive problem solving and open communication. Certain new products have the possibility of being truly disruptive and profitable in the marketplace.
The company is lacking some basics: a product lifecycle that provides a common baseline and vocabulary for communicating status; an emphasis on budget and cost awareness that is driven down to all levels of the organization; for new products and services, a crisp vision of how they will be packaged, licensed, and sold.
Advice to Management
Would love to see some real business and sales people in the mix, which right now leans heavily towards engineers and data scientists.
I applied online. I interviewed at Nuna in April 2018.
I applied online and was connected with the recruiter. We spoke about the role, company and my background and experiences. However, I found out from the discussion that the recruiter is just lining up potential candidate and the hiring manager has not looked at my resume.
I think this is not the right approach. The recruiter should have presented the candidate's resume to the hiring manager and have her/him review it BEFORE contacting the candidate. Otherwise, it's just a waste of time for everyone.
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