- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
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- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
Mission: We believe that no company goes to market alone, and successful go-to-market initiatives require partner engagement across the journey.
The world is one giant network of companies serving shared customers, and companies that better orchestrate their networks ...
Our values provide the framework for making decisions like who we hire, who we promote, and how we get things done.
1. Spread User-Love
We love to delight our users. Users sit at the center of all decisions. We listen, iterate, and build products that make our users’ lives better.
2. Share Information Openly
We share information openly and broadly, whether remote or in the office. We believe the best way to empower each other is to actively build trust with transparent, honest, and free-flowing communication.
3. Evolve towards Your Best Self
We make ourselves, and the company as a whole, better by courageously finding new ways to learn and grow. We are flexible in our opinions and always open to new ideas coming from any source.
4. Innovate to Last
In order to create a new paradigm of how businesses work together, we innovate continuously, with a focus on long-term success.
5. Span all Borders
We come from all over the world, from different backgrounds and cultures. We know it takes people with different ideas, strengths, weaknesses, opinions, and interests to make our company succeed.
6. Deliver Awesomeness
We are each extremely effective at what we do. We focus on results over activity.
I have been working at WorkSpan full-time (Less than a year)
I'm happy to be working in a company that is creating a new product in a new category space. It's not very often that you get to work on something that is disrupting the workplace. I wish I had found WorkSpan years ago, as I have learned so much in my past 7 months working here. It's amazing that there are such brilliant people working here. The culture is great and allows growth for everyone.
Cons? No...I can't think of any.
Pretty terrible interview process. Started with a phone screen with the VP of Engineering, who didn't seem to know what was going on. He set up a technical phone interview with an engineer, who asked 2 questions. For what it's worth, the top tech companies I've interviewed with don't ask 2 in the span of an hour. In any case, I received 2 and completed them (barely, b/c of time and b/c the engineer asked me to actually code more efficient solutions after I told him what the algorithm would look like). I was sent a take-home assignment, which I thoroughly tested and worked on. I spent about an hour on it and then two additional hours writing test cases and neatly commenting and structuring my code. I was then sent a rejection without explaining anything. Tells a lot about the culture at WorkSpan, their employees, and the company itself.
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