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  • www.yammer.com
  • San Francisco, CA
  • 51 to 200 Employees
  • Company - Private
  • Internet & Web Services
  • $25 to $100 million (USD)

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Yammer is a secure, private social network built specifically for companies. Yammer empowers employees to be more productive and successful by enabling them to collaborate easily, make smarter decisions faster, and self-organize into teams to take on business challenges. It ...

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Yammer Reviews

3.8
70%
Recommend to a Friend
90%
Approve of CEO
David Sacks
David Sacks
32 Ratings
5.0
Current Employee, more than 1 year

"Great place to work and grow"

Jun 6, 2017 - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA
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Positive Outlook

Pros

-Really smart team that values collaboration, but also everyone's unique expertise -Product team is focused on learning and failing, experimenting with process as well as features. Takes a holistic

Cons

Not many I can think of. Experience on the product team has been great.

Advice to Management

Keep investing in people. People are happy when they're growing.
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Yammer Interviews

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  1. Data Scientist Interview

    Anonymous Employee in United States
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    Average Interview
    Application

    I applied online. The process took 5 weeks. I interviewed at Yammer (United States) in Nov 2017

    Interview

    Application:
    I submitted my resume online in the early October, and I received the phone interview invitation with other data scientist in the end of October (about 3 weeks).

    Interview Process:
    The HR was very friendly and efficient, and had scheduled my first technical phone interview with one data analyst. My first interviewer was very friendly and nice. We had a great conversation. During the interview, this interviewer asked me one probability question, and then some hypothesized questions. These questions are not hard, just need to practice it. Five days after my first phone interview, I got another invitation for my second phone interview. This time, the interview question itself was also not hard, however, I cannot understand the interviewer's questions most of time. Both of us are not native English speaker, therefore, I had to ask the interviewer several times to repeat these questions.
    Interview

    First phone interview: A probability question: roll three 6-sided dices, the probability of three dices are all different. The hypothesized questions: There are two types of office layout designs (I kinda forgot what are these two designs, but something like one is opened and one is closed office), you want to know which design is better. How do you investigate and analyze it? Second phone interview: The hypothesized question: I think I saw this interview question somewhere. I think someone had posted it too. This question is: if you are a manager in a grocery store, which is a branch in a chain store. If you found that some products were sold great in another store, will you increase the numbers of these products in your store? Why?

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