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TransferWise Singapore (Singapore) Reviews

  • "Mission driven company with amazing culture"

    • Work/Life Balance
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Full Stack Engineer in Singapore (Singapore)
    Current Employee - Full Stack Engineer in Singapore (Singapore)
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at TransferWise full-time (Less than a year)


    - Mission is very clear and is well shared among the employees
    - Culture is amazing (transparent, no politics, learning)


    - Organization is still not that structured (which affects collaboration / communication with other teams)

    Advice to Management

    Keep up the good work!

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  1. Helpful (9)  

    Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Singapore (Singapore)
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied online. I interviewed at TransferWise (Singapore (Singapore)) in December 2017.


    CV was sent through web-site. Recruiter was very quick to reply and quite flexible to schedule the first round call. And this was the only positive and smooth experience with them.

    I was told it would be a 30 minutes chat about my recent experience, so I was asked not to worry about preparing anything.

    When the call started, I couldn't see interviewer's face, he put his laptop on his knees and only his chin was visible. I was too nervous to ask him to amend his camera, moreover I thought it would be impolite of me. But he must have seen himself in the corner of the screen!

    Call started ok, as expected we walked very briefly through my most recent job and technologies used there. After that I was asked more about technologies and stacks from my previous jobs (2 years ago, 5 years ago) - questions got deeper to the details, some of them I couldn't answer precisely, giving only short description (technology X was used to build feature Y) and I was saying I need to revise X to answer in more details. Such my answers were wrongly perceived as if I don't know the correct answer or as if I never used technology X. Here I must say they didn't set my expectations well when saying I don't need to prepare anything.

    Then he switched to algorithmic questions and questions on simple data structures. This was even more shocking for me! However, questions were mostly simple, nothing hardcore and I answered ok.

    The call ended and I expected some feedback. Having fast replies from recruiter about scheduling, I was shocked again when feedback arrived only 3 days later from email address starting with no-reply@.... It was negative and it contained words 'We thought you had a strong application...'

    I did realise that this interview was not the best of mine as expecting a chat about my recent experience, I had no chance to properly show my skills facing more technology questions than ones related to my experience or soft skills!

    I must say, I was expecting to be estimated for company culture fit, to be asked more about processes (scrum, waterfall, whatever else) and daily routines... soft skills questions, tell me when you missed the deadline and all that stuff..

    Of course, I didn't have much opportunities to show neither my hard nor my soft skills!

    From the candidate's perspective, it was strongly negative experience.

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