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I have been working at Ytel full-time (More than a year)
Coming to work each day is fun, challenging and rewarding. From leadership to janitorial staff everyone is treated with respect. I've never experienced such commrodary across a company culture before
When job descriptions say fast paced self starter needed! You better be very comfortable seeking out the way to hit ground running.
Advice to Management
Cross-department transparency could be better
I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at Ytel (Foothill Ranch, CA) in January 2017.
1 phone interview followed by an on-site interview to join the team for lunch. The phone interview was very conversational and immeditely felt a connection with the company and the culture. I was asked basic questions about my past employment, how I found Ytel, what I was looking for in my next position etc. I was then brought onsite for a more formal interview and met with 3 employees to further discuss the role. After an hour long convo, I joined the team for lunch. The company eats lunch together each day and it made the whole interview process much less stressful and more welcoming!
Ytel CEO, Nick Newsom, featured on Forbes discussing work-life balance and company culture! [http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQiYy]