I have been working at btrax full-time (More than a year)
Night-and-day difference to when I started working.
Interesting projects / clients
Fun people to work with.
Still very flat / jumbled structure
Pay isn't competitive
Can be a lot of responsibility
Advice to Management
Make the best decisions for your employees, not your brand.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at btrax (San Francisco, CA) in May 2015.
Phone call from the Office Manager with a casual conversation about the position details and my background and experiences.
Proceeded to an in-person interview with the OM, CEO, and Business Development Team.
Followed-up with a final interview with me giving a mock pitch presentation on btrax's services.
The interview wasn't as structured as other interviews I've taken in the past, but it allowed me to relax a little bit and listen to what btrax team members had to say about the position and their company. I didn't feel pressured to give a right or wrong answer; it was more like a business conversation.
Managed to get through 2016 and ready to head into '17 with some old and new faces. For the first time we will be working with a btrax staff of more senior and junior employees. I am excited to see the collaboration and growth that is bound to come!
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