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I have been working at Emma full-time (Less than a year)
Good working atmosphere, motivated and proacted teams, you get responsibilities from day one even as an intern
As any startup, sometimes things/processes are not organized enough, but that is part of the challenge ;)
Advice to Management
Keep up the good job with the onboarding system!
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Emma (Frankfurt am Main (Germany)) in September 2020.
I had to complete 1 online test (around 45mn) and then I received an email telling me for which position I will get an interview. The first step was a 30mn interview with HR and then I was invited to the "Recruiting Friday" which is 3 different interviews (1 with the marketing director then 1 with the HR Manager and the last one with the country manager + CEO).
I need to say that this was the worst interview I have ever had in my life. The first ones were ok, people were still nice. The last part with the CEO was horrible, I thought I would talk to somebody who is passionate and with whom I could exchange ideas but not at all. I didn't even have the chance to introduce myself in the beginning because "we know who you are we saw your resume". He played with me, tried to push me to a mental breakdown, didn't even want to hear my ideas for his company because apparently he and his colleagues found "better solution in less than 2 minutes" that what I would say. I am extremely disappointed with this last interview, this harmed a lot the brand image, I would not recommend EMMA to anybody who would ask for my opinion. Just keep in mind that the people you are interviewing are also your customers.