Je travaille chez Opencare à plein temps (Moins d'un an)
- An extremely efficient team, minimal redundant process
- People here are really smart and genuine, very good at what they are doing, love to share, trust each other. They are one of the major reason that I am happy at work every day.
- A very diverse team so you can learn a lot of interesting things from them
- Founders are open, transparent, honest, leading the team towards a good direction
- Things are less structural, less organized
- People are self-starter so if you need a lot of guidance then probably here is not the most suitable place for you
- High pressure, fast pace, come on, it's a startup!
Conseils à la direction
- Please continue to keep the transparent, open and honest culture, open to new /different ideas.
- We can only perform at our best when we feel the lowest level of threads and be able to speak up. It's important that we can continue to learn from failure, instead of hiding them and only BS about the shiny achievements.
J'ai postulé en ligne. Le processus a pris 2 semaines. J'ai passé une entrevue à Opencare (Toronto, ON) en juillet 2018.
Had an initial phone conversation, met with the person who would be my manager, and then had a panel interview with multiple members of their team. The process took about two weeks. Questions are pretty straight forward, all situational and behavioral, mostly based on what your experiences are and how they relate to the position. They're big on culture fit, and tout all these great claims of how progressive and forward thinking they are interns of their approach to people and culture etc. What was very unpleasant and worked to diminish their claims is that after having multiple interviews and meeting many members of their team not one person ever followed up regarding a decision on my candidacy. Even after I had sent follow up emails, nothing. Just silence. From a company that claims to operate on a higher plain I would have expected a bit more.
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