I have been working at Wondersauce full-time
If you're hungry and prove yourself there is a ton of opportunity to grow faster than anywhere else. I've had the opportunity to (and to see many talented people) make a career here. The opportunities that I have been given and the people I've been able to grow alongside are the most rewarding parts of the job.
Wondersauce is constantly evolving the service offering, which keeps things fresh and exciting. Part of the agency's DNA is trying new things and to not get comfortable. This also means a steady influx of new types of projects, clients, technologies, and strategies. Fun.
Overall, this is the most collaborative and transparent place I have worked.
Wondersauce is a young, growing company. It is great if you love that type of self-starter environment, or want to be part of a company where you can make a real impact. But if you like a lot of structure and certainty, it may not be your cup of tea.
Advice to Management
It is not always explicit, but employees are often expected to wear many hats. It should acknowledged more when this happens.
Investing in leadership will always have a positive ROI.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at Wondersauce.
Recruiter reached out to me about a Jr. Web Dev position, but when the interview was finalized, the role changed to Full Stack PHP Developer. Spoke with the recruiter about my resume and skills, then was called in for an on-site interview.
Had an on-site video conference interview with the tech lead at another office, going through my resume/skills. Then an in-person interview with two of the devs in the New York office (skills/previous experience/projects). All three interviewers seemed disinterested, like they didn't want to be there, and that they had already made up their minds about their hiring decision.
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