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Manchester, England (UK)
51 to 200 employees
Company - Private
Advertising & Marketing
Unknown / Non-Applicable was born in Salford, Greater Manchester in 1999, starting life as an 'on the day for the day' booking site for unsold hotel rooms.

Today, it’s the UK’s leading online accommodation site ... Read more Reviews

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    LateRooms is and always has been a fun place to work. The people are great and the culture is collaborative and inclusive.

    The people don’t take themselves too seriously, and you are always given opportunities to try new things or come up with new ideas. This ethos has continued in the new direction that we are taking, in reinventing our business and strategy to adapt to the changing market.

    The career progression is great, with my role evolving over the years bringing lots of different opportunities. The business moves at a fast pace, meaning that we often see a lot of change and that can be difficult for some. Personally, I view that as a positive as it has brought so much more variety to my career than I would have experienced elsewhere.


    At times the business has felt a little directionless and didn’t seem to have a true identity. Constant change is hard and in trying to keep ahead of a fast paced market, you are always going to experience large amounts of ambiguity. Often that has meant that the communication hasn't been at it's best, and people have felt confused about how to add value or felt that their time has been wasted on projects that became low priorities.

    Advice to Management

    Communication is key – make sure that everyone understands the direction and feels that they are part of the journey. Celebrate successes more and keep momentum with key priorities.

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    UI-UX Designer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Manchester, England (UK)
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    I applied online. I interviewed at (Manchester, England (UK)).


    Submitted an application online and within a week or so received a call to arrange a phone interview with the head of design. The phone interview lasted around 30 mins and was quite technical and covered my experience and why I would like to work for The interview asked me about aspects of the website and any ideas I had to improve the UI/UX. It was quite a relaxed interview and enjoyable but also got you thinking. Ultimately I wasn't a fit for the company as they were looking for somebody more experienced.

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    • Have you taken a look at our current website? If so, what are you thoughts and how could the UI/UX be improved?   Answer Question
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  • Medium to Large Digital Business of the Year, Digital Entrepreneur Awards, 2017
  • Advertising Campaign of the Year, Travel Marketing Awards, 2017
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