PostBeyond Overview

  • Toronto, Canada
  • 1 to 50 Employees
  • 2013
  • Company - Private
  • Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
  • $1 to $5 million (USD)


PostBeyond is your infrastructure for social business. We do it in a way that’s measurable and scalable. Employees add to the bottom line in various ways, and frankly, they ARE the company. Now what if you empowered these employees on social media, considering that ...
Mission: Our mission is to create new opportunities by connecting employees to today's social customer.

PostBeyond Reviews

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David Lloyd
David Lloyd
17 Ratings
Dec 6, 2018
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"Great place to work"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in United States
Positive Outlook
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I have been working at PostBeyond full-time for less than a year


- Innovation and ideas are welcomed
- Flexible vacation and hours
- Lots of culture events
- Transparent and clear processes
- Motivated and driven leadership team


Product needs more features to stand out

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Keep up the good work!
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PostBeyond Interviews

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    Anonymous Employee in Canada
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    Negative Experience
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    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at PostBeyond (Canada) in Sep 2016


    - Phone screen
    - Personality quiz
    - In person
    - Take home coding assignment

    First was a phone screening of 20 minutes with a person from an outsourced talent team. Then invited for an in-person interview the following week. I was greeted very warmly.

    The in person part of the interview involved two people of developer and lead roles. From here on, it went down hill. My experience with the two people felt awkward, they sit you down and begin asking purely technical questions off a sheet of paper. They struggled to clarify their questions which showed a lack of knowledge around the technology. Upon answering their questions, I didn't get any reaction or response.

    The in person apparently went well as they sent me a take home coding assignment. The take home was simple to complete and I finished it in a day.

    After a week or so, I was contacted by the outsourced talent recruiter, declining me because I wasn't experienced enough for the position. Got confused because they gave no feedback on the assignment and rejections based on less experience should have been determined in the earlier stages of the interview and/or my resume. So why send the follow up assignment if I didn't fit the experience criteria?

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Company Updates

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Jun 22, 2016

Social Media has been here for a while - what are you and your company doing to make sure it's being done right.


Is your employee brand advocacy program meeting your goals? Or are you finding it to be a challenge to widen your range of engagement? Are you sure that your employees know that you want them to share company news regularly through social media? You may think that your intentions are clear when it comes to...

PostBeyond Awards & Accolades

  • Great Place to WorkGreat Place to Work® Institute2019
  • Culture & Purpose (Highly Commended)EE Employee Engagement Awards2019

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