Emma Culture FAQ

Read what Emma employees think about their company culture and make sure it is the right fit for you.

Emma has a culture and values rating of 4.

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4 English questions out of 4

31 March 2020

What are some insights into the application process at Emma?

Pros

Dynamic and motivating team, you can feel it right from the application phase. The recruitment process is complete: discussions, questions, logic exercises, challenges, assessment center with a visit to the premises. No need to speak German fluently

Cons

1 month between two interviews but the two last two were three days apart to catch up

Advice to Management

Highlight your benefits to employees at the time of application. I learned after accepting the job that Emma was giving free German lessons, which was an important criterion for me.

Dynamic and motivating team, you can feel it right from the application phase.

31 March 2020

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7 June 2021

What is the company culture like at Emma?

Pros

They have a great collaborative culture and are open to making mistakes

Cons

Difficult to keep track of who's who because of the big community

They have a great collaborative culture and are open to making mistakes

7 June 2021

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8 October 2021

How was the interview at Emma?

Pros

Very interesting interview process you get tested on a lot of different skills to see if you are suitable for the position. The interviewer are fun and friendly

Cons

Having 3 interviews on the same day is a bit exhausting

Very interesting interview process you get tested on a lot of different skills to see if you are suitable for the position.

8 October 2021

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13 June 2019

What is the hiring process like at Emma?

Pros

The hiring process was a bit delayed for me but it was well organised. The company is very fast growing. Yet, they are very process driven and concentrate a lot on training and learning. Everyone gets a lot of oppurtunity to voice their ideas and people are friendly. Very nice work culture with a very international team.

Cons

Sometimes you come across ad hoc work which might not be your responsibility which might slow down your other works.

The hiring process was a bit delayed for me but it was well organised.

13 June 2019

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