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Employees rate Vancouver 5.9% higher than the overall average
I worked at Quietly full-time (More than a year)
The people are fun to work with and everyone's opinions are very much valued. The team is often rewarded with fun events, drinks, or food. Management has a great vision. It is a place that I miss.
At first the office wasn't the most spacious but then Quietly moved to a 3 level/2 balcony office that is one of the best I've seen in the Gastown area of Vancouver. So not really a con :)
Advice to Management
You made one mistake in hiring someone who was an angry person (2 years ago) and who constantly was a negative influence until he left (about 1.5 years ago). Everything has been awesome after that so please take that experience and continue to hire the amazing people that have been gracing the office of Quietly ever since :D
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Quietly (Vancouver, BC (Canada)).
Coffee and chat with CEO and CIO
Showed me their renovated office-in-a-townhome setup. Quite cool
After interview, I got the vibe that they really wanted a super rockstar unicorn product manager - one who could drive a Development team, as well as manage day-to-day and strategic/visionary product management tasks. I fit that mold fine and would have happily taken the challenge.
What threw me off was that they also wanted someone who was seasoned in product marketing management as well. Developing GTM strategies, executing them, driving marketing campaigns, etc ... while I was up for the challenge to learn, it's WAY too much to ask of for 1 person to do 3 total functions, and to do it well. They were only offering market rate for a senior product manager too.
In the end, I did not get an offer, but I'm glad I didn't. Would have been a privilege though to be mentored by one of the founders of Hootsuite.