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I have been working at DocuSign full-time (More than a year)
You have the opportunity to make a real impact, and to grow your career here - regardless of what level you're at now. As a Canadian employee, benefits and salary are competitive for similar tech roles, with considerable upside opportunity for growth.
Still a relatively young company, and there are some growing pains as we continue to expand, including needed maturity of processes, increasing global perspectives and employee engagement outside of main office hubs / locations. As a whole, we need to get better at engaging with a global workforce. These are normal maturation steps, and ones that are clearly being considered and acted upon.
Advice to Management
Consider your growing global workforce. Look for ways to tap into employee capabilities & contributions from all regions and locations, and force teams to challenge the status quo of overly relying on in-person collaboration in SF and Seattle.
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at DocuSign (Toronto, ON (Canada)) in June 2020.
The interview process was pretty typical. There were a couple of screener-type interviews with recruiting, and then the hiring manager and one of his peers. Once those were completed, we did a few interviews in one day which were with one of my potential peers, a salesperson, a panel where I needed to do a business case presentation, and then formal interviews with the hiring manager and his peer. Lastly, was a formal interview with the hiring manager's leader. All in all it was a pretty typical process.
What I found unusual about this process (in a good way) was the responsiveness and attentiveness of the recruiter. It made what is sometimes an arduous experience easier to get through.