ProsVery nice people, good culture of transparency and learning from the top down. You have the ability to affect the company through your individual work or your team's work. Increasing diversity in
ConsGrowing very fast and not every decision is the best for everyone. Lots of communication required in a digital-first world. The gap in engineering leadership has created some difficulties but
Advice to ManagementEvery time you listen to feedback from the people doing the work at the lowest levels things get better. Every time you make decisions "in their best interest" without consulting those people, things
Ada believes that diverse teams make significantly better decisions, driving stronger business outcomes. The best ideas can come from anyone and different backgrounds shape ideas into stronger solutions. Finally, we believe that exclusion and inequality is wrong. We want to be a part of making th
I applied through an employee referral The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Ada (Canada)
InterviewAmazing experience from start to finish, Roxy (recruiter) was very engaging and has all the information that I had questions about. She was hands-on during my interview process and made sure I was able to optimize my opportunities with Ada. I did not move to the offer stage as I accepted another one BUT 100% open to exploring roles again in the future just because of my experience with the recruiter and the Solutions team. In addition, I was able to sit down to get some feedback to learn more about what I did well and could improve on. Only good things to say about my experience.
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