Mission: We envision a world where relationships are once again central to commerce. Where technology is not a negator but a facilitator of communities. Where transactions turn into relationships.
Our goal is to build a culture of meaningful work, where every person ...
I worked at StoreHub full-time
People-wise: people here care for each other and are personally involved in each others' lives. They work, play, hangout with each other and speak candidly. I'd say that this culture is fairly uniform across the company. During my tenure here as a senior manager, I have not experienced any office politics either at the leadership tier or the middle management.
The transparency also extends to the monthly companywide town halls where the CEO will update everyone on how the company is doing in terms of revenue, sales, customer satisfaction, products, problems, etc. There's Q&A as well, the CEO answers every single question.
As for work, the company is at a very exciting phase of growth - there's no lack of opportunities to try out new things, lead new projects. This might not be everyone's cup of tea, but I think that the leadership team is being intentional about helping people step up
The leaders (c-levels) are functionally competent, so I don't think that there would be a case of reporting to incompetent bosses. The leaders are very approachable, so if you have any ideas or criticisms, there's no need to jump through hoops.
The company is growing very quickly, so there will be growing pains: helping people grow, a more diverse demographic, new processes. One moment you are in a cosy small team, next thing your team doubles in size.
If you like a role with minimal ambiguity and little change, this could prove challenging.
CEO is super smart, can be intimidating some times. Most times he is helpful and resourceful.
Advice to Management
People might need more help as the company transitions from a small company to a larger one. I don't know how to maintain camaradarie, that's something you'll have to figure out
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at StoreHub (Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)) in May 2018.
Simple chat on employment history and what I knew about the company. This was followed by a role play of a typical on-the-job challenge which was attended to promptly and after that I was told i'd be moved to the next stage based on the discretion of the sales head based on the recording of the interview as this was done across the phone. The hiring personnel was more than happy with it.
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