I worked at Testronic Labs full-time (More than 3 years)
Great people in a great environment. Everyone is able to do their job at a high skill level and do what they need to get done.
Sometimes the compensation isn't exactly what I was looking for, but overall they do a pretty good job of giving people what the industry standard is.
Advice to Management
Compensate the employees a bit more. And make sure that the employees have benefits instead of hiring just part-time employees.
I applied online. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Testronic Labs (Croydon, England (UK)) in April 2017.
I was called about 2~3 weeks after the application, which was a surprise, but I was later told that the company was in shortage of my language.
The first was a phone interview, mainly asking for my gaming experiences, such as what kind of games I like and which platform I prefer and whether I am eligible to work in the UK.
The main interview was more like a test, first testing my linguistic skills in both English and my language, followed by finding localization bugs while playing a video game, as well as detecting various errors in texts (such as spelling, grammar and spacing) as well as translations, both to and from English and my language.
After passing the interview came the trial day, which focused on teaching the basics of Localisation QA, such as what kind of bugs to look for, and how to write a bug report.
The biggest was whether I was available to work night shifts (5 PM to 2 AM) or not.
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