The team at Price Intelligently is second to none. Every single business unit is made up of the most intelligent, hard working individuals you could ever hope to work and learn alongside. None of my coworkers have an inflated sense of self - everyone at the company understands the importance of fulfilling their duties to keep the whole team moving forward. Everyone understands and is committed to the mission of being the center of the SaaS universe.
Company leadership does a great job of being both thoughtful and decisive. Important decisions need to be made constantly, and the leadership team considers everyone's input while still acting with purpose.
We're growing fast, and hiring has been a huge initiative over the past year - it seems as though every new employee makes the company better, and that's a testament to our ability to evaluate talent and make great hires.
Your contribution is never taken for granted, and your hard work never goes unrecognized. This is a company that understands the importance of making their employees feel valued, and for that I am extremely grateful.
New employee onboarding and training has yet to become a formalized process. We're growing so fast that oftentimes new employees are forced to learn mainly through observation and trial by fire. With that being said, you are surrounded by a team that wants you to succeed - they will go above and beyond to make sure you have answers to your questions.
Advice to Management
Continue to seek outside counsel and dissenting viewpoints. Always challenge yourselves to make decisions based on data and/or logic as opposed to pure gut feel or intuition. Value each and every employee above all else, because they are and will continue to be responsible for the success of this business.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at Price Intelligently (Boston, MA).
I was contacted by HR via social media and arranged a time to talk about the role and the company. They were unenthusiastic on the phone though polite; I didn't think much of it.
Followed up with resume and link to portfolio, I follow up a couple days later, they had further questions about my work, I respond, days go by again, I follow up, I'm told the team didn't want to move forward.
Over all I felt pretty pulled along and the experience was quite unprofessional, they reached out to me, I never formally applied, but couldn't take the time to really explain to me why I wasn't a proper fit after all the follow up. I don't appreciate the fact I had to be the one to follow up constantly too, if your company is growing rapidly, perhaps developing a more comprehensive HR/Recruiting team rather than rely on one human to do all this talent acquisition.
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