Founded in 2006, RBA is an award-winning digital and technology company based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Our team of strategists, designers and technologists have a proven track record of delivering successful solutions for organizations throughout the US. Recently recognized as one of the nation’s fastest growing private companies and consistently named a Best Place to Work, RBA attracts the industry's top creative and technical talent to help our clients deliver on the promise of technology in today’s digital era.
At RBA we are firm believers in the famous quote by Aristotle “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.” It's why we designed our team, our capabilities and our process around the three fundamental components of strategy, design and technology. We weave these three elements together to create solutions that align to the objectives of the organization, provide the best experience possible for users and ultimately deliver results. In our eyes, there are no partial solutions.
I have been working at RBA full-time (More than 3 years)
I've been a full time employee at RBA for over 4 years I can honestly say that it is one of the most employee friendly companies I've ever worked. The team from the leadership down to the consultants doing the work honestly cares about their clients and ensuring that they are happy and satisfied with the sevices we provide. The employees at RBA are hard working, dedicated people that enjoy what they do and have fun while doing it.
There is always room for improvement in every company, but I think RBA is on the right track.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at RBA (Wayzata, MN) in January 2016.
Referral of current employee kicked off the interviewing process. Met recruiter at a coffee shop and was more or less screened for a cultural fit. Questions focused on behaviors (e.g. How would you react if a client was non responsive or aggressive?). Second interview was with a consultant and focused on technical aptitude (technology knowledge and experience, role based questions focusing on process and deliverables). Third interview was with internal management and focused on cultural fit - it was the most formal of interviews and complex scenario-based questions were asked. The last step was receiving a phone call from the recruiter and a verbal offer for a job - I tried to negotiate salary but was unsuccessful. The whole process took about three weeks and they were flexible in meeting locations; overall very thorough and a transparent process.