I worked at Trusteer full-time (More than a year)
At the beginning there were many perks such as flex work hours, work from home to the many snacks and free coffee. The overall benefits were just the typical like any company.
Quickly managements started to make drastic changes with no prior notice, suddenly working from home was no longer an option, if you packed the office to leave before 6 you were looked upon as a slacker. The snacks and coffee just completely went away. Aside from those perks management was a complete joke. They just promoted all their friends to managers and directors so that when the acquisition happened these people all walked away with a great bonus and tittle. There was no clear vision and management consistently harassed the staff in front of others and thought nothing of it. This was the most unprofessional work environment I have ever worked in and if it wasn't for it's innovative product suit and the buyout they really wouldn't have been around for much longer.
Advice to Management
It's not worth mentioning because they think they know it all and are above everything and everyone, especially their CEO.
The first step was a 7 page written test entirely in English regarding various topics a Linux SysAdmin should know. After passing that, I received a project I had to complete at home. Once I finished the project, I returned for an interview about the project. In the interview, I was asked why I made specific choices in the project, and how I'd tackle a sudden change in the project's requirements.
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