Mission: ServiceNow believes in the power of technology to create better ways to get work done, to make the world of work, work better for people.
I have been working at ServiceNow full-time (More than a year)
Love the executive leadership and the direction this organization is headed. The culture, the technology, and the talent are top notch. Comp, equity and benefits are excellent. While it is not without its growing pains and occasional dysfunction, I wouldn’t want to work anywhere else in the valley.
Lots of projects going on with competing vision from middle management. From time to time, the political battles can be exhausting and there seems to be times where work/life balance can get way out of alignment.
Advice to Management
Executive leadership needs to encourage all BUs to work towards one vision. Get rid of unnecessary initiatives and projects. Make sure your passionate and loyal ICs don’t burn out. Seeing the warning signs but we don’t want to take the foot off the gas; simply hire more equally talented rock stars to share in the fun!
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at ServiceNow (London, England) in March 2017.
It was fare and easy. questions were ok and not too difficult.
Initial level was phone call, here Interviewer discussed about my suitability for the role.
I was informed that i may have to work on Weekends.
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