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I have been working at POSSIBLE full-time (Less than a year)
Great hours, fully-stocked kitchen, pet-friendly, nice co-workers, office yoga, no micro-managing bosses, etc.
POSSIBLE has a lean and diverse workforce (which is good!) but it also means you have to own an expertise and learn on the fly. Quality control depends how well the account team can sell your work. A daily stress for me is constantly seeking approval for my work (ie. is this presentable to a client?)
Advice to Management
More networking opportunities in office to meet people on different accounts.
I applied online. I interviewed at POSSIBLE (Seattle, WA).
I submitted my application and was notified about a month later that it had been reviewed. I was then asked to complete a "challenge" that would showcase what I could do. The instructions were very vague, but it required a lot of different tasks and there was a 6-day deadline. The challenge was really fun and was a great way to show what I knew. I was told I would get feedback by the following Friday after I had submitted it, but I didn't hear anything until the following Monday. They had me in for an interview, which was really laid back and lasted about 20 minutes. A tour of the office followed along with a briefing on the specific duties of the position and what the pay would be. I was told I would have a second interview over the phone within the week. Another two weeks after the second phone interview, I was notified by email that another candidate had been chosen.
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