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Employees rate Petah Tikva 7.3% higher than the overall average
I have been working at DocuSign full-time
openness for new ideas.
freedom to say and do what you believe in
lots of opportunities to those who are willing to take them
as a remote office, it sometimes hard to get HQ's attention.
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I applied online. I interviewed at DocuSign (Petah Tikva (Israel)) in August 2017.
1) Phone interview with HR in Ireland.
2) Phone interview with a technical member in Israel.
3) Phone interview with local HR in Israel.
4) Face-2-face interview with local HR.
- At the end of the face-2-face interview, the interviewer said I would be notified within 2 days regarding my status.
- Hadn't heard from DocuSign again, not even after I politely poked the interviewer by E-mail a couple of weeks after the interview. I believe the technical term is "I got low-balled".
- Overall things happened quite fast, less than 10 days since the initial contact by E-mail till the face-2-face interview with local HR.
- The HR in Ireland were nice and mostly punctual when we scheduled the phone calls.
- Too bad about aforementioned low-balling, I personally think it's unprofessional, but maybe that's just me.
- During conversations with personnel from the office in Israel, I'd been asked several times about my English but had never been asked to say or write a single word in English, it was all in Hebrew. Kinda weird for a company which is based in the States. Maybe they saved it for the last interview, which I didn't do.