FreshBooks Overview

  • Toronto, Canada
  • 201 to 500 Employees
  • 2003
  • Company - Private
  • Computer Hardware & Software
  • Unknown / Non-Applicable


The FreshBooks story begins back in January 2003, when Mike was running a four person design agency. When it came to billing clients, Word was frustrating to use and wasn’t built to create good looking invoices. Then one day something happened that makes every record-keeper ...
Mission: If you create value for your customers by applying your time and expertise to other people’s problems, thereby running a service-based business - FreshBooks is built specifically for you. We uphold a longstanding tradition of providing extraordinary customer service and building ...

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14 Ratings
Former Employee, less than 1 year

"Great Company with great Values!!"

Nov 21, 2021 - Account Executive
Positive Outlook
Disapproves of CEO


Best work place culture and values I have experienced so far. Senior management is truly made up of great people and live up to their values. Great On boarding experience. Truly approachable people


Just a minor setback: All this amazing talent is being managed by some truly horrible, incompetent, and disorganized Sales managers. Mediocrity is encouraged as long as you conform to their

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To the company as a whole: Keep up the great work and best of luck!! Please change some of your managers and you will get to your goals sooner. Company has a great story, great people and at the
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FreshBooks Interviews

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Applied online66%
Employee Referral16%

  1. Visual Designer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in United States
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview

    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at FreshBooks (United States)


    I applied and got a response from a recruiter about a week later. We set up a time for a phone screen and it felt a bit rushed. The recruiter arrived to the meeting a bit late and seemed overwhelmed. They ended the meeting early after I confirmed I have a core skill they were looking for for the position and told me I’d move on to the next round with the hiring manager.

    The meeting with the hiring manager went well from my perspective. We went over my work and my experience. Super easy and I genuinely enjoyed the conversation. However, again, rushed interview. While it was a normal amount of time for an interview, the hiring manager kept pressing about the time.

    I understand that recruiters and hiring managers have a lot on their plates and they have other interviews, but it should’ve been a red flag from the start that they were rushing just to get it over with. If that’s the case, at least don’t make it so obvious.

    The hiring manager told me I should hear back from the recruiter within a specified timeframe. At the end of that timeframe, I sent a follow up to the recruiter to stay in the loop, but I never heard back. I followed up again a week later and I still didn’t hear back. The only way I found out I didn’t get the position was through snooping around on LinkedIn. No generic email or anything.

    I’m not upset that I didn’t get the position because there are many more opportunities out there. I’m upset because it really felt like I was disregarded as a professional. I really wanted to be a part of the Freshbooks team at the beginning of the interview process, but if their company culture involves lack of communication and consideration, they did me a favor.

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FreshBooks Awards & Accolades

  • Great Places To WorkGreat Place to Work Institute2019
  • Canada’s Top Small and Medium EmployersCanada's Top 100 Employers2019

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...Amazing time off and parental leave policy....

January 8, 2021

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