TandemSeven Overview

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  • www.tandemseven.com
  • Plymouth, MA
  • 1 to 50 Employees
  • null
  • Company - Private
  • Computer Hardware & Software
  • $1 to $5 million (USD)

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TandemSeven Reviews

3.0
49%
Recommend to a Friend
63%
Approve of CEO
Frank Torbey
Frank Torbey
5 Ratings
1.0
Current Employee

"Not what it seems. Not sure if it ever was"

19 Nov 2019 - Anonymous Employee
Doesn't Recommend
Negative Outlook
Disapproves of CEO

Pros

Work from home. Depending on who you're working with - a lot of autonomy. T7 still has a reputation amongst some in the industry (but that has been fading).

Cons

The company has been going through a merger so colleagues are only looking out for themselves at this point. Lots of communication issues. Lots of unnecessary or undeserved egos. Really didn't feel a

Advice to Management

It's a merger so who knows who will be in charge next.
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TandemSeven Interviews

Experience
Positive71%
Negative14%
Neutral14%
Getting an Interview
Recruiter29%
Employee Referral29%
Recruitment Agency29%
Difficulty
2.6
Average
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  1. Principal Front-End Architect Interview

    Anonymous Employee in New York, NY
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview
    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at TandemSeven (New York, NY)

    Interview

    I good recruiter friend of mine told me about the opportunity. He knew due to family circumstances that I was content with consulting, but he sold the company's culture for a couple of weeks.

    I decided to hear them out, and after speaking with the VP of Technology, I genuinely had a good feeling about him, so I decided to proceed with our next step which was an in-person interview as well as a brief coding exercise.

    I met with the larger Team (Frontend Practice Lead, Principal Frontend Arch & Dir. of Operations, etc...) and spoke about my past and recent experience in both leadership, management and how much hands-on coding I still have.

    One thing that was obvious was they are genuinely happy to be part of TandemSeven and how often do you see that?

    But I digress, the interview consisted of meeting with the leadership and senior Team members, being tested on my fundamental knowledge of HTML, CSS, and JS (small algorithm). I'm a horrible test taker, and my nerves did get the best of me, but the Team was very considerate of that.

    TandemSeven is a very tight-knit group, and they look for folks who they will genuinely enjoy working with who are also as competent and hard-working, so they asked questions related to that.

    Overall, this was one of the best interview experiences I've had in my 17+ year career.
    Interview

    How did you build and scale the Front-end Delivery Practice from 2 to 75?

    1 Answers

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