Mission: Inventing the future of marketing technology that is people centric, fully integrated with advertising, and unifies the industry through a wall-less garden.
I have been working at TUNE full-time (More than 3 years)
-Strong company values that employees believe in
-Transparency from leadership
-Investment in employees including management training, career development workshops, team building experiences, geeks in the woods, and more
-It's clear our leadership team is becoming more experienced
-Growing pains of an evolving start-up
-We've learned a lot, but there are always more things we can be learning
Advice to Management
Continue investing in your people and being transparent about the vision of the company.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at TUNE in January 2017.
I had a pleasant 30 minute phone interview. The questions were fairly basic and predictable, aimed at determining personality. The woman I spoke to was nice but she was definitely getting through a script of questions and recording her perceptions. A well prepared set of answers to a bunch of common interview questions found online would probably be helpful. My biggest problem was not having prior sales experience so I was trying to work in how my other experience can lend itself to preparing me for a sales role. It's a tough sell and in the end didn't work for me.
Last Friday, we had our quarterly TUNE Cares blood drive with Bloodworks Northwest. In total, we had 18 TUNErs participate, with 8 of them being first-time donors. Together, this drive will help save up to 54 patients! Learn how you can become a donor by visiting the link below. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQliC
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