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Emma Lisbon (Portugal)

Emma Lisbon (Portugal) Reviews

  • "Fast growing company"

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    Current Employee - Recruiting Manager in Lisbon (Portugal)
    Current Employee - Recruiting Manager in Lisbon (Portugal)
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    Positive Outlook

    I have been working at Emma full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Good career opportunities, great culture and values, flat structure, collaborative environment, fast growing company with amazing goals for the close future, tech innovation.

    Cons

    Contributing for something in such a grow period means more work to do, depending on the team could be hard to keep the rhythm of this moving fast train. It is not a start up anymore.

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Emma Lisbon (Portugal) Salaries

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Emma Lisbon (Portugal) Interviews

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    E-Commerce Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Lisbon (Portugal)
    No Offer
    Neutral Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Emma (Lisbon (Portugal)) in February 2021.

    Interview

    1st : 30 min HR interview. Pretty straightforward, in the end two brainteaser questions: one math, one creative. Really nice and acessible interviewer. 2nd: Their "Interview Friday", a round of three 1-hour interviews with 2 people each. If you're currently employed it is a lot of time to take off work. Two of the interviews were with HR people which were fine, the people were nice and with good back and forth conversation, one was with Business and Marketing people and this one was not very pleasant, they seemed disappointed with everything I said, and almost frustrated I wasn't giving the answers they wanted. In two of the interviews they did business cases that had nothing to do with my area of expertise and supposedly were the reason I wasn't offered a position, didn't have enough "business sense". Very agile and quick process between interviews. As I was applying for the new Lisbon hub, it was not for a specific position and it was frustrating to invest so much time not knowing exactly was I was applying for and just answering questions for general fit. Very quick feedback after final interview.

    Interview Questions

    • Math brainteaser: what is 4% of 454 (or some variation of that). You are expected to get to a result. Creative brainteaser: List every use you could give to scissors if you were a pizza delivery person. Normal motivational and situational questions: Why Emma, Recall a time you had to convince everyone of an idea and what did you do etc. No questions were made related to what I would do in the position as the positions were not yet decided . Business cases: List criteria you would consider for expansion into a new country (and choose from a list of countries and criteria they show you) and explain why, Choose the best matress from a list of criteria they show you and explain why.   Answer Question
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