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Copperleaf Overview

Vancouver, BC
201 to 500 employees
1993
Company - Private
Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
Unknown / Non-Applicable
Competitors

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Copperleaf provides decision analytics to companies managing critical infrastructure. Our enterprise software solutions leverage operational and financial data to help our clients make investment decisions that deliver the highest business value.

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Copperleaf Reviews

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    I have been working at Copperleaf full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    Great work life balance, your ideas are respected, have a lot of reedom to do anything that improve the workflow or applicantion

    Cons

    Not technology centric, so need to find some challenge tasks yourself to improve the technical skills

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Copperleaf Interviews

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    Product Support Analyst Interview

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    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Copperleaf.

    Interview

    I was contacted directly by the internal recruiter based on my LinkedIn profile. I outlined the fact that my recent experience didn't really meet the requirements based on the job posting but was encouraged to provide a resume anyway.

    I had a phone screening with the recruiter which was pretty standard, involved some background about the company and describing a bit about my work experience. I reiterated the fact that my experience didn't meet the job posting requirements as written to make sure expectations were set appropriately.

    The first real interview (remote) was conducted with 3 people. 1 person who I gathered to be the hiring manager and 2 other individuals whose stake in the hiring process wasn't 100% clear initially. The interview started off somewhat awkwardly as it seemed like no one knew what to ask. I offered to go over my resume and relevant experience as a start, but that was declined. I instead spent 30 minutes answering questions posed by someone other than the hiring manager who kept their camera off the entire time and who wasn't interested in anything other than my last year of work (which was perhaps the least relevant). I had to ask questions at the end to learn anything new about the role, team or product since that wasn't covered at all.

    It went poorly so I wasn't expecting an offer. Post interview I sent a follow up to say thanks for the opportunity and was ghosted by the only direct contact I had.

    Interview Questions

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