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Employees rate New York 65.4% lower than the overall average
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Enjoyable work environment with a huge potential for intellectual and professional engagement; fun people with generous benefits; great office; global reach delivers a unique perspective for employees.
Complete lack of transparency; managers rarely answer e-mails, making it hard to understand metrics for success; "Golden Circle" is hard to penetrate and often has more weight than the everyday peons; lack of clarity on strategy or how to be successful; general mistrust and suspicion of employees.
There were so many talented people that worked here; it's a shame that the company couldn't just stick with the plan and execute. Just as traction was being established, the decision to shut down most operations was made. All that cash invested, and yet the team wasn't given enough time to deliver.
Advice to Management
Ramp up slowly, and also consider people as humans not numbers. This is a common refrain here on Glassdoor, but humans are wonderful — especially when given clear strategic objectives and the space to accomplish them.
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at Zomato (New York, NY (US)).
A recruiter reached out via LinkedIn and then I had a Skype interview with a different recruiter a week later. Would have preferred a phone screen but their entire company is in India so it's probably not easy to call. Recruiter seemed unhappy or like I was wasting her time and it was obvious that she was not interested in pursuing it further. Got a "thanks but no thanks" email a few days later.