Mission: Unlock the full potential of advocacy, for advocates themselves and the organizations they support. (An advocate-centric world, where companies provide better value and overall experiences to their customers in order to succeed, is a better world.)
I have been working at Influitive full-time (Less than a year)
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-I don't have any cons to record, but glassdoor is requiring that I write a minimum of twenty words for this to be accepted
Advice to Management
Management is doing an amazing job, make sure that you guys are taking enough time off to not burn out!
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Influitive (Toronto, ON) in June-2016.
The interview process starts off with a phone screen with the technical recruiter. If that goes well, you're invited to meet with the CTO of the company, which I did. As I understand, the next step involves an onsite with a technical portion and board games over lunch.
After meeting with the CTO, the recruiter reached out to me by email asking how I felt it went, which I responded to. After a week and a half, I did not hear back at all from him. After reaching out twice, he finally got back to me, apologizing because it was very busy there and would offer to call me, which he completely missed due to an interview. After a second or maybe even a third call, I was finally told that they chose to move on for their various reasons. This is fair, but given now it was three weeks since speaking with the CTO, I did feel that if they really wanted to move on, then simply an email within a few days after would have sufficed, not three weeks. I felt like this experience was really appalling and unprofessional.