Mission: Make Conversation Data collection a little more human
I have been working at Typeform full-time (Less than a year)
How many companies have values that are more than just some words on a website? I have no idea, but what I do know is that at Typeform people really help and care for each other.
How many companies advertise flexible working hours and then you get frowned upon for taking a longer lunch break or working 3 days in a row from home? At Typeform trust is everything. I've never felt as free to make my own schedule before.
How many companies encourage feedback? At Typeform I learned how to give feedback so that it's useful for the person who received it, without hurting their feelings.
These are only 3 things that make Typeform the best place I've ever worked till now.
I can't think of anything right now. The organization is growing fast, so keeping all the good stuff in place might become a challenge.
I applied online. I interviewed at Typeform.
I applied to Typeform along with a few other remote companies. They sent me a tech test, and I decided not to take it since I generally don't continue on with companies who send a tech test as a first step. Their HR person followed up to ask me if I planned on taking it, so I figured I'd give it a shot since they reached out. I spent a few hours on the questions, and got a form 'no' response. Unless you are desperate to get into tech, my advice is to avoid companies who send a tech test immediately before giving you a feel for the company. It's hard to get a sense of what type of support they're looking for without giving you a chance to interview first. I got a few offers from other companies who took the time to get to know me and gave me a good idea of what they were looking for before giving me a tech test which is generally a best practice in support.
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