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I have been working at Amare Global full-time (More than a year)
I feel really lucky to have this job. The people who work here are great. Leadership works closely with lower level employees and really cares about how they can grow with the company. It's fantastic to be working somewhere that really cares both its employees and its company values. The science and products are really high-quality and it's great knowing that I'm helping people feel better. Benefits are good. There is a gym that's open any time, and Amare also pays for exercise classes specifically for its employees twice a week.
It is a start-up so employees tend to have a variety of roles- but I think this is good in the long run because it leads to learning new skills and personal growth.
I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Amare Global (Irvine, CA (US)) in March 2018.
The interview was a three stage process. First, I had a one-way interview that was recorded through the Sparkhire platform. After providing these recordings, I received an a phone interview with the head of HR. Some time after, I went through an in-person interview with three separate executives at the company and received an offer soon after.
Looking back, follow up and feedback were prompt. After my video recording through Sparkhire, I received a response within a day. After my phone interview, I was asked to come in for an in-person interview within 3 business days. After my final interview, I received an offer within two business days.
Overall, I had a very good experience; I do think, however, that process could be improved. My first contact after my initial resume submission was roughly 3 weeks, which may be have been problematic for other job seeker. This problem could be alleviated by stating an application period, which would let applicants know how long the organization plans to gather candidates - (I do not know if this is best practice or possible, but I thought I might as well offer a suggestion).