I worked at The Nation Traffic full-time (More than 3 years)
It is a good place to gain experience, international environment, no specific experience needed.
Some choices to move to higher positions but it can be frustrating
Very hard to get a salary rise, conditions are usually fixed when you start working, after it is almost impossible to improve your employment conditions, need to fight for any benefit, like a parking lot, when there is plenty of place...
Promotion to better positions based on personal relations with the management rather than your personal skills.
Too many mediocre employees that come to warm the chair instead of working, too many good people left because of the management unwilling to understand their career needs...
Advice to Management
Employees evaluation is a joke, no one takes it seriously. Too many average people on management positions, no career planning, very few options for talented employees. Projects get stucked very frequently, project management is unprofessional, too many people lacking skills to accomplish their tasks and fulfill their positions.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 6+ weeks. I interviewed at The Nation Traffic (Ramat Gan (Israel)) in January 2010.
Two interviews were held. One with HR and an additional interview with HR and my to be manager.
The regular HR round of questions were asked. Very standard.
There were less questions relating to past positions from a knowledge and professional perspective.
There was little to no information about the actual position is the company maintains anonymity regarding its online gaming activity which is nevertheless legitimate.
A few phone calls and I managed to raise their initial offer.
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