I have been working at WalkMe full-time (Less than a year)
Management is receptive to feedback, huge focus on culture and employee welfare, a true 'work-hard, play-hard' culture - the team is working together and partying together and there's a true sense of "togetherness" around the mission here;
The company is committed to respecting working hours and tends to promote from within - given the hyper-growth it's experiencing - that translates to a great career trajectory for over-performers. Many move between teams, experience new functions and get to explore leadership opportunities across business units.
Some of the leadership is still young - and the company seems to now focus on the needed management enablement. Nothing out of the ordinary for a company growing so much YoY - but certainly an area to focus on.
Advice to Management
Continue to invest in people, be culture-minded and committed to sharing the success broadly;
The process took 6 days. I interviewed at WalkMe (San Francisco, CA) in October 2015.
The first interview was on Skype, which seemed more like a casual conversation. A few days later I was invited for an on-site.
I arrived a bit early (20 minutes) and the first interview was more than 10 minutes late, so the day started with sitting for 30 minutes. The office culture seemed really laid back.
The first interviewer seemed completely unprepared, from not knowing my name to asking if I had sent in my resume. It seemed rather pointless, but she was pleasant at least.
The second interviewer was a director and seemed much more prepared, asking me pointed questions about my education and experience. However while talking about the company she sprinkled gossip about other employees from women she didn't like to men she found creepy. Completely unprofessional behavior for anyone, much less a director, certainly during an interview.
I slipped out after the second interview and did not hear back from the company.