Mission: To shape the future of Creative Work Management, allowing our customers to get back to doing what they love...being creative!
I worked at inMotionNow full-time (More than 3 years)
I worked at inMotionNow for close to 4 years learning so much along the way. Management involves all employees (within reason) to provide input, feedback, suggestions, etc. Management encourages lively debate, open and passionate discussions from employees across all levels. There really is an open door policy.
The product is relevant to the target niche.
Management has high expectations (as they should!) of productivity and performance. If you are looking for a position within sales, dev, customer success or otherwise, that will allow you to sit back and collect a paycheck without being committed to results, this is NOT the place for you.
Advice to Management
Continue to focus on the end customer with regards to product, customer success, marketing and then sales. Keeping the focus in that order will ensure churn remains low! I wish inMo nothing but giant success!
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at inMotionNow (Morrisville, NC) in August 2017.
I would like to write more about the interview process, but the person I was supposed to interview with never showed up (apparently due to a scheduling mix-up). I had let the recruiter know that my schedule during the day was a bit hectic since I'm often on customer calls, but we scheduled an interview for 1. At noon the same day, I messaged the recruiter on LinkedIn (since I was never sent any written/email confirmation) to ask if we could move the interview from 1 to 1:30 because I was on a call. When there was no response by 12:45, I ended my call early in order to do the interview at the original time.
At 1:10, I messaged the recruiter asking if she indeed moved the interview to 1:30. No response. I figured I would wait to see what happened at 1:30.
At 1:45, I call the recruiter at the number we had spoken at a few days prior. No one answered, so I left a voicemail.
Around 1:50, I called again - no answer.
I actually ended up getting in touch with the person running the Live Chat on their website and asked if they could pass along my message to the recruiter. The person said that the recruiter would call me in ten minutes.
At 2:10, the recruiter messaged me on LinkedIn to apologize for a scheduling mix-up on their end. I took myself out of the running for the position and told them that I valued my time too much to potentially work for a company that clearly didn't. I would have continued had there been some sort of written confirmation of the interview after it was scheduled or if it had not taken over 70 minutes of my work day to get in touch with someone.
Another company that clearly only sees candidates as a resume and not as potential employees.
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