Mission: At albelli our vision is to brighten up the world by bringing people’s moments to life. We inspire people to relive and share life’s moments by creating personalised photo products and believe in providing quality, affordability, and great customer service ...
I have been working at albelli full-time (More than 3 years)
Good location. Fairly good package.
Free beer and subsidised lunches.
Do have a lobbying culture(Friends prefer friends) in pockets, in highly paying technology teams. Certain expat team members do not speak English or the Dutch, lots of time even even while working, making it nearly impossible for rest to comprehend.
Workers council need to look into this matter.
Advice to Management
Instead of relying too much on internal referral schemes for recruiting high-paying roles, do advertise on popular Dutch and EU job boards, so that more local candidates could apply brining in real talent & healthy competition.
-Instead of sending recruitment tests via email (which could potentially be leaked by internal referrals to their friends) use independent test solutions like hackerrank, codility, Devskiller etc
- Listen to interview reviews given by external candidates (non-referral candidates) about the interview process.
I applied online. I interviewed at albelli (Amsterdam (Netherlands)) in April 2017.
After submitting my application I got invitation to technical interview with Senior Web Analyst
Guy was very friendly and the whole interview process was pretty much comfortable
I was mainly asked about my job experience and technologies used
Yesterday, albellians participated in the Make-A-Wish Business Challenge. We worked together in teams to fulfill wishes of children with life-threatening illnesses, and to not only give them an unforgettable day, but to also give them the strength and belief to get better. Want to learn more about Make-a-Wish? You can visit: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQKfZ
Last Wednesday, albelli played host to the 2nd UX meet-up of 2018, organised by the "Amsterdam UX" community. This time, the topic was "Innovation and boundaries: UX and the spaces in-between".
Kevin Richardson, delivered a compelling speech about the responsibility of UX professionals to give users what they need, not just what they want.
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