I have been working at Yodlee full-time
Challenging environment, so opportunities to make a difference, HR focused on positive experiences through fun activities (company ski day/movie days), celebration of diversity holidays.
Company does a good job with promoting from within and supporting diversity
Company benefits are or above par (fully paid healthcare, 401k matching, etc.)
Older technology platform, but moving to update
Takes a long time to get things done
Too much focus on solving business problems by throwing people at the problem vs technology
Advice to Management
Company needs a COO
I applied online. I interviewed at Yodlee (Redwood City, CA) in June 2017.
Interview process was okay overall. Slow in regards to communication - constant going back and forth over email and leaving voicemails to continue with the process. First, I had a phone screen with the recruiter talking about the company and the position, then getting to know me and more about my experience. Next, there was a phone screen with the manager of the team this position was for, and I was asked some technical questions but nothing too tricky.
I was invited to an in-person interview at Yodlee's HQ in Redwood City. It was around 3 hours, with 6 or so employees from different parts of the company - the CMO, managers, PR, etc. Surprisingly minimally technical but a lot of it was getting to know me as a person. The only con with the whole process was the length of time it took simply to set up the interviews and getting back with a decision (especially when I was told they'd be getting back to me a week earlier from when they got back).