- Leipzig, Germany
- 501 to 1000 Employees
- 3 Locations
- Type: Company - Public
- Founded in 2000
- Revenue: $100 to $500 million (USD)
- Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
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So I recently got an offer at Tiktok but I’m not actually interested in joining due to their poor WLB. TC is currently 30% higher than what I make. Can I share this with my manager and ask for a counter offer? Counter offer seems pretty common at our company, but they don’t necessarily match the bump exactly, which is fine. Is there a chance that he is taken aback that I’ve been interviewing during work time and kicks me out? Don’t want to take the risk of actually accepting Tiktok…
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Hi, I applied for a Product manager role last month. I had 2 rounds of interviews. The 1st with the hiring manager went great and well, it felt more like a conversation than an interview. The 2nd with the director was good but I felt I did not impress the hiring manager enough. I had hoped to hear feedback last week and followed up with an email to the recruiter twice. Not sure what to think of that could be the delay. Please let me know what you think as I have moved my mind from it already
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Friendly and supportive team, excellent for growth. Offers great opportunities for undergraduates and post graduates.
Lower pay, however this is compared to London pay where standard of living is a lot higher also!
- Anonymous Employee in IrelandAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage InterviewApplication
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Unite (Ireland) in Sept 2023
InterviewThe process started with a recruiter contact roughly a week after I uploaded my CV on their site, asking me to book a time slot for the first round. On the first round, I had a really friendly conversation with a recruiter, describing the company, the position and my prior experiences. After that, I was told I'd get contacted regarding the second round with a lead (they referred to it as "Chapter Lead"). At this point, it was also noted that in case I'm not considered for the position after any interview rounds, I'd get a notification right away with a proper reasoning why (so if I were to fail the technical round, I'd know what were the issues there so I can learn from it). The second round, much like the first one, started with me booking a slot. It took about a day to get the notification about it, but there were no time slots available due to a larger team building event they held at the time (so even though it took approx. 1.5 weeks for me to get to this point, it could have been done in 2-3 days under normal circumstances). During this round, we discussed some technical details about the position and was asked to give a little technical intro about myself, what I did, what I'm proud of, etc. At the end of the session, I was told that I align really well into what they are looking for, so I was told immediately that I will proceed to round 3 and 4 and was asked about my availability for round 3, which ended up being sent to me 3 days later, on a Friday. Round 3 is an assignment. I was given a bare bones Spring project and was asked to implement a certain feature. The assignment itself wasn't difficult, but it definitely wasn't something you usually develop either (it was a modified version of an existing algorithmic problem you usually find in University courses). After my submission, I waited for 3 business days to get my results as 'Passed' and got a call from a recruiter to have a 2.5 hour call: 30 minutes with recruiting/HR (but in my case it was just recruiting again), and 2 hours with my 'soon-to-be-team'. Lot of conversations about past experiences and architectural knowledge, bit of debating, bit of live coding (it was like "change the return type of this into an Optional" kind of affair). Overall the atmosphere was very friendly. Later that day, I got the offer, which I accepted. (All in all, the entire process took roughly a month)Interview
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