I worked at ScrollMotion part-time (More than a year)
Great startup. Very creative, fun and collaborative environment. Great co-workers. There was and still is a great sense of camaraderie in the office. Awesome software platform that will eventually dominate the enterprise mobile app market. High class services team that creates great apps for big name clients. These clients are dying to have enterprise mobile apps in their workspace and our platform enables them to make their own apps. Company also made some really good hires which is building the company up. Scrollmotion was truly a special place and I was glad to be a part of it.
Company went through some managerial and structural changes which caused high turnover and hurt stability and morale. It was very sad to see great colleagues either get laid off or leave for other supposedly "better" opportunities. The company didn't have a lot of formal processes in place and also didn't have enough resources to do the job effectively at times.
Advice to Management
Management saw and recognized the problems that affected the company and addressed those problems in a candid and transparent way. Keep up with it and continue to make it a better place to work.
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at ScrollMotion.
Call with the recruiter, and head of the department. The call with the recruiter was easy, went through my background and he sounded very friendly. Learned about the company, its values, position. Hearing about the work environment in a wework building, open door policy, and culture. Went in for an in person, thought it was pretty easy. Went through my experience and ask questions about the company and role.
Received an email a week later saying they are moving forward with other candidates without any reasoning.
Honestly, If SM preaches transparency and open door policy, but can't be transparent on potential candidates, why would you want to work here? Shady company...
Scrollmotion Brings Former Apple Enterprise Leader to Executive Team NEW YORK, February 1, 2017 – Scrollmotion, the world’s leader in interactive content creation, today announces the appointment of Dean Curtis as CRO.
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