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I have been working at Checkout.com full-time (More than 3 years)
Amazing culture. Numerous opportunities to consistently improve and advance. Caring and supportive management and HR staff. Always striving to improve. During Covid, management strived to make sure people had what they needed both to do the job as well as their well being.
With Covid, the separation has made it harder for the teams to collaborate. Checkout has stepped up its efforts to make sure info is shared via the on-line tools.
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you are doing. In my opinion you come across one or two companies where you really enjoy coming to work. This is one of those companies.
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I applied online. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Checkout.com (San Francisco, CA (US)) in May 2021.
The interview process took almost 3 months from start to finish. It was extremely time consuming and the final interview with leadership was a presentation where they asked you to map out how you would basically do the job from start to finish. It took hours and hours of work to put that free thought leadership presentation together and I was hesitant to even send the presentation to them because it truly was free work. Overall it was a very negative experience and I didn't feel that the leadership was very friendly and communicative at all. They asked for entirely too much from their candidates for the level of job. Morale of the story is, if an interview process makes you uncomfortable, its likely not a good fit/culture.