Mission: To become the most widely used media automation and intelligence platform in the world with the highest customer satisfaction.
I worked at Centro full-time (More than a year)
I've had several jobs and I can say that Centro is one of a kind. They put so much effort into their people and the experience they have. They are dedicated to being successful and blood, sweat and tears might come with that. But that is the rewarding part. It might feel crazy, but you are expected to work hard and put in extra efforts to see the rewards. I don't know of any company that doesn't try to run lean or push people hard. That is what smart businesses do. I learned a great deal during my time at Centro and maybe I'll be a boomerang employee.
If you know anything about benefits, Centro has some of the best benefits there are.
Its not perfect but pretty darn close.
Nothing worth mentioning at this time.
Advice to Management
Stay focused and keep pushing people - the ones that want to be there will be, the ones that don't want to work hard will find their way out.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Centro (Chicago, IL (US)) in August 2015.
I applied online and received an email back from a recruiter within the hour and had a short phone screen with that recruiter a couple of days later. The day of the phone screen they emailed asking me to set up a technical phone interview which I did the following week The day after the technical phone interview they offered to fly me in for an on-site interview which I schedule for the following week. The on-site interview took a few hours and consisted of technical challenges as well as the standard interview questions. I was impressed with their promptness throughout this process.
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