I have been working at Yerdle full-time
Culture and companies mission. The people who work here are driven, caring, and are always looking out for the other departments. If operations struggles, engineering will find every which way to help alleviate that stress. If engineering doesn't quite understand what is going on, operations will set time aside and walk them every and all pain points to resolve said issues.
Yerdle takes into account inclusivity and willingness to learn. They push the envelope to allow for people who are willing to learn and excel to take that time to get up to speed and excel in their field.
Clarity of roles. Just like many start ups.
Advice to Management
Having a pipeline for role enhancement (see where roles can potentially head towards) and a road map for future hiring.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Yerdle (San Francisco, CA (US)) in August 2015.
I had two interviews for the position. My phone interview was very informal and lasted approximately 20 minutes. My in-person interview was about an hour long. I met with the customer service manager and HR manager separately and they asked me basic questions about my background, why I wanted to work for Yerdle and my customer service experience.
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