I have been working at eHealth full-time (Less than a year)
Great culture and working relationship with teammates. Great boss who is excellent to work with.
The sales team doesn't know which team to contact when there is an emergency. I wish other teams would take more accountability and it all did fall on our team.
Advice to Management
Have a better way to direct workflow issues to the appropriate team.
I applied online. I interviewed at eHealth in April 2017.
The recruiter reached out to me after applying online for a quick phone screen. The first question was regarding salary which caught me a bit off guard. Also, it looked like they have not hired for this position before, so the recruiter could not answer many of my questions. In any case, I was asked to do a technical skills exercise within 48 hours of receiving. I completed it in time. Upon follow-up, I heard that the feedback is good but the recruiter does not know what the potential next steps are. Four weeks go by and I hear nothing, I drop a note again inquiring about the status. Within 5 minutes, I get a generic automated reject email. I tried following up on any feedback, but heard nothing. I was fairly confident of my solution, but it seems like they have no interest in engaging with candidates, even after they have put in the effort to solve their technical challenge.
Let us know if we're missing any workplace or industry recognition –