Mission: BUS RESERVATIONS MADE EASY!
I have been working at Shofur full-time (More than a year)
Working at Shofur is incredible. The momentum is nonstop. The Atlanta HQ is lovely and the best part of working here is the people that you see everyday.
There's a wide surface of technical challenges and products to work on due to rapidly growing pains and progress is being made at a fast pace.
The open office layout is not the best at time for concentration. A lot of distractions especially due to slack, but a lot of companies use slack.
Advice to Management
You guys are doing great. We understand that you can't make every employee happy but most of us are grateful to be here. We appreciate the updates and insights on what's happening.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Shofur (Atlanta, GA).
It was through a recruiter and simple, no phone call but a face to face to start. From the get go it was weird...the office wasn’t decorated and they had boxes and post it notes everywhere. I was told to wait in a conference room and the interview started 10 minutes late. The interviewer (President I think) was dry, and short, and didn’t give and take with anything. He asked me to do a quick math problem involving busses and money then we finished and I never heard back. It felt like interviewing for a job within an organized crime org and you immediately felt judged the second you walked in. Everyone who left the office to go to the bathroom I assume, which was outside the office doors, all looked over and sent a cracked smile my way. It was the weirdest interview I’ve ever been on.
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