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 (Less than a year)
Every part of the interview process was extremely well thought out and honestly enjoyable from a candidate stand point. The team really puts the effort into understanding your baseline for Inbound and if a good fit after the initial video interview (worst, most awkward part for me) and phone screen making sure the candidate is set up for success when talking to a hiring manager.
You definitely get put through the gambit during the onsite portion. I spoke to three managers and two directors in 30 minute sequential meetings. All were great, but particularly the Service Director. It really wasn’t an interview after the first minute or two of talking to him. It was a conversation, and an insightful, engaging one at that. A++
From the minute you’re brought on, you have a huge wealth of freedom and autonomy to just get things.. done. Everyone deeply believes in the company and the product and I may have had one or the other in previous roles but rarely if ever both with other companies. Definitely cool.
Training can at times lack structure. There were times during the two week training you would come in, have a session for an hour and have a blank calendar the rest of the day. Perfectly fine if you use good judgement (hint) but you may struggle if you’re not used to building out your own day or if you learn best in traditional student-teacher dynamic.
Advice to Management
Being more consistent with feedback. One-two pro tips can often be helpful but doesn’t always help explain the big picture behind why a certain tool works how it does or how we could best leverage and recognize specific situations for an individual customer. At the end of the day, I just want to get better and feedback could be more cohesive and plentiful at times.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 6 days. I interviewed at HubSpot (London, England) in December 2017.
One simple phone interview without any tech and specific questions.
I have answered all the simple question but i was refused without no reason.
If you think my cv doesnt fit the role, dont even call me. Dont waste our time. 😁
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