Mission: Fill every home with music by creating the ultimate in-home music experience.
We're delighting the world with new stuff on a frequent basis. I'm really looking forward to doing that & making sure we're filling a lot more homes with music. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQXU6
Sonos Product Manager Joni Hoadley is this week's guest on 100productmanagers podcast talking about letting your passion lead your path (in her case that passion is music.) http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQnPn
In 2002, we set out with a goal – to reinvent home audio for the digital age. Our vision was simple - fill every home with music and make listening a valued experience again. We’re making it easy for everybody to listen to the music they love in every room of their home. To hear the songs they love, to discover new music they never knew existed, and to appreciate it all with the highest sound quality.
We’re doing it all over the world – In more than 60 countries, in seven languages through thousands of retailers. We’re constantly looking for ways to improve the experience – with new products, new software and continually investing in ways to provide our customers the best experience possible. We’re doing what we set out to do. Changing the way people listen to music – one home at a time.
Sonos is the smart speaker system that streams all your favorite music to any room, or every room. Control your music with one simple app, and fill your home with pure, immersive sound.
We’re looking for college students who love music. Who are passionate about the way the world listens to music at home. And want to make sure it sounds as good as when the artist recorded it.
We’re true music lovers too. And we’re committed to harnessing the sonic power and smarts of engineering and software. All with the goal of creating the ultimate listening experience.
Have a technical brain? An artistic imagination? Entrepreneur’s courage? Then come audition for our band.
I have been working at Sonos full-time (More than 3 years)
The culture, people, road map is all amazing and its very exiting to work here.
HR, Reviews process, Upward movement.
Advice to Management
Fix the HR structure to support current employees not just new ones.
A phone interview was scheduled, then canceled the day of and at the last minute. The interview was rescheduled, and then canceled the day of (again). I was then informed that an offer had been extended to another candidate, so there was no need for an interview. Worst of all, the recruiter added this closing at the end of each email: "Looking forward to your reaction." Um... what?? I realize that English was not this recruiter's first language, but I would hope a global company would review the correspondence standards they use, and ensure they are applicable. "Looking forward to your reaction" is not a nice thing to read when your job interview has been canceled once, or especially, twice. And why not conduct a courtesy interview, since I made time for both interviews in my schedule? If this is how Sonos treats job candidates, how do they treat their current employees? I won't apply here again.