I worked at Zignal Labs full-time (Less than a year)
Office was conveniently located. Lunches provided and decent snacks. A number of smart engineers that were building some interesting things.
Interesting doesn't always mean sellable. Kept adding sales people with what felt like no plan to make them successful other than "make more cold calls". Constant turnover as people quickly realized that they could not make the money they were lead to believe.
Advice to Management
Don't try to be everyone's friend. People care about senior management setting up the company to be successful and to help them make money to take care of their families not to have a good time and pretend to be their friend.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Zignal Labs (San Francisco, CA (US)) in February-2017.
Submitted resume through Glassdoor, had a phone screen with the recruiter and the head of Customer Success. After the two calls, I was asked in for a F2F interview with 6 different folks. Very Enjoyable conversations.
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