- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
Employees rate Holmdel 11.6% higher than the overall average
I have been working at WorkWave full-time (Less than a year)
-talented and collaborative teams
-plenty of room for advancement
-newer teams and leadership mean fledgling or developing structures/processes
Advice to Management
New and developing structures are always a part of a growing team and show promise, but these new processes can lead to a miscommunication of priorities at times. Clearly outline goals and what these priorities are, so when "fire drill" tasks come along the team is better able to identify what projects need to commence and what tasks can be temporarily benched to make room for the new assignment.
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I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at WorkWave (Holmdel, NJ (US)) in April-2018.
There were two phone interviews that went great. The next interview was face-to-face with the hiring manager, the VP and a couple other people in the office. I interviewed with the hiring manager and that went great. The hiring manager told me there was one other candidate they were meeting with, however, my background and experience was a perfect fit for the job. I met with the VP and that interview went well. After the interview with the VP I was scheduled to meet with the Director of Operations. I waited in the conference room for 30 minutes, a girl from HR came into the conference room and told me I could leave and that everyone was called into a meeting and they would be in touch. I sent thank you notes to everyone I met with and followed up with HR. I never heard another word from that company. I did meet a gentleman that had told me he had interviewed with Workwave and the same thing happened to him. They don't hire older people. That was my first thought when I never heard back from them.