Mission: HubSpot, Inc. is on a mission to make the world more inbound by transforming how companies market and sell to help them grow.
I have been working at HubSpot full-time
Action-Oriented: When something needs to get done, we get stuff done
People Matter: You are valued as a human before an employee. The benefits are good, and they are becoming great.
Availability: Leadership and management is both transparent and available. The best ability is availability.
Quickly Changing: In a start-up to scale-up, changes are inevitable and often. You have to be able to adapt - I like it, some won't.
Work-life balance: Especially getting started, it's pretty difficult to manage your time, feel prepared and also enjoy life outside of work. You'll put in the time early.
Advice to Management
Increase employee recognition. Positive Reinforcement over Positive/Negative Punishment everyday. I think the average employee is less than 2 years on average if I remember correctly (Not a hubspot stat, a general workplace stat) and with that, we need to encourage and motivate our employees all day every day.
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at HubSpot.
4 interviews in total, three phone interviews and 1 Skype interview that took 90 minutes. It was overall quite challenging but fun.
We sat down with HubSpot's VP of Engineering, Eric Richard, to talk to him about the Product & Engineering team at HubSpot, what he looks for in prospective candidates, and why having a strong culture is so important for his team. Watch the video to find out more about engineering at HubSpot! http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQL1e
We were honored this week to be named as one of the top 10 Best Places to Work on Glassdoor among many top companies that we admire. At HubSpot, we believe that feedback is the breakfast of champions and we want to thank all of our employees for leaving reviews and feedback that help us grow and better our workplace and culture everyday. Read about it here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQLH5