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I worked at Epic Games as a contractor (More than 3 years)
Unbelievable talent there. Company treats employees very well. Great people, AAA Games. A Fortune 500 company.
Not many to think of, except possibly during crunch time some longer hours.
Advice to Management
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at Epic Games (Raleigh, NC (US)).
Applied via LinkedIn. 30 minute phone screen with HR. Then a video conference with 2 engineers from the team. Then a take home coding test. This had 2 straight up programming questions, one design question, and one puzzle question.
After passing the take home test, (they took a couple of weeks to get back to me) I had an all-day on-site interview. I was interviewed by sets of 2 people for 45 minutes each. There was a break for lunch, but that was really kind of part of the interview, too. There were 2 interview sessions that involved whiteboard coding and design tests. These seemed fair and non adversarial.
The offer came 3 days after the on-site interview.