Mission: GoDAddy's vision is to radically shift the global economy toward life-fulfilling independent ventures.
I have been working at GoDaddy full-time (More than a year)
GoDaddy have a great company culture with great coworkers, loads to learn, and some pretty sweet benefits. Working hours can be nice depending on your department and your individual role within the company.
Bonus schemes for certain levels of management are nonexistent, and you can find yourself making significantly less than the people you manage. The workload and responsibility is there, but the money isn't. Pay can be disproportionate and this will deter progression / career ambition for some people. There is word at the moment this will be re-evaluated and changed in the coming year, but this is the way it is for now.
Advice to Management
Re-evaluate commission, bonus, and benefit schemes. Fill all roles (as many key roles are currently empty forcing others to pick up the slack without any additional pay or reward).
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at GoDaddy (Nottingham, England).
I applied through Indeed when looking for an entry level job in something technical (this was an area of interest for me, but I was not already particularly knowledgeable or skilled in it). I was called by the recruiter and asked to come in for an interview. At the interview, there were some really basic questions to see where my starting point was technically, but I found out later our recruiting process for 1st Line is much more about assessing the individual as a fit for the team than his/her skillset. Many people come in with little to no real knowledge, but I think it is great really. It is a great way to step into a career in tech if you didn't go to college or university for it.
This is GoDaddy!
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