I have been working at Sakti3 full-time (More than a year)
Great benefits, good pay, and the chance to change the world. All the employees are data driven, focused, and take pride in their contributions to the company and the corporate mission - to make the best batteries on the planet.
Start up environment, fast paced,. You have to have the start up mindset to thrive at Sakti3. Sometimes priorities change and you have to shift your focus to a new project. But that is typical for a start up company, not much of a con considering the scope of the mission.
Advice to Management
Continue to foster the culture and keep the Safety is job 1 mindset. Continue to select the best contributors and provide the environment to continue the mission to provide the best batteries at a reasonable price, for the entire world.
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Sakti3.
Stuck in a room with about 5 other people. We were given a written test to make sure we weren't brain dead. CEO came in the room for a few minutes, asked us some questions, dropped a few F-bombs to sound "hip" and then left. We were pulled out one by one to meet with a few team members.
I wasn't allowed to see the area I would be working in. Everything seemed very "secretive" and none of my questions were being answered. I wasn't told how many employees worked there, who they are selling batteries to (apparently nobody after doing research), what the typical work hours were, etc.
I decided that it wouldn't be for me.
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