I have been working at One Network full-time (More than 3 years)
Good company. Nice benefits. If you are hard working, company really looks after you. There is some politics at lower level, but that's everywhere.
salary is not as competitive as other similar companies. They do not match 401k too. Apart from that, there's not much con.
Advice to Management
Be more systematic in project management. There is no code reviews at any level. The quality of code is decreasing day by day in absence of monitoring.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at One Network (New York, NY) in May 2015.
The HR Recruiter was very professional and communicative. She had mentioned that the hiring managers were "very picky" and insisted all candidates take a test. She sent me the test via email and I was given an hour to complete it. The test consisted of 15 short-essay questions and 5 multiple choice questions. The exam questions were essentially basic QA 101 knowledge questions.
I was called back to come in for an interview. I was somewhat taken aback during the actual interview as most of the questions were basically an extension of the written exam I
had taken days earlier. Instead of interviewing me for my ability to think methodically, solve problems and interact with other employees I was interrogated panel-style ( four interviewers at once) about my knowledge of basic QA concepts. I was so confused by the questions I actually thought I was missing something.
Within 20 minutes of the interview I knew this was not a place I wanted to work and these were not the people I wanted to work with. Three of the four managers interviewing me had no business interviewing people for positions - all they seemed to care about was showing me how much they knew about QA concepts and how I should have answered their questions. They need to take classes on behavioral interviewing. After the interview I sent a thank you email to the HR recruiter and politely asked to be removed from consideration.
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