NextRoll Reviews

4.0
76%
Recommend to a Friend
88%
Approve of CEO
Robin Bordoli
Robin Bordoli
38 Ratings
5.0
Former Employee, more than 3 years

"Good place to work"

May 17, 2021 - Account Manager in Dublin, Dublin
Recommends
Positive Outlook
Approves of CEO

Pros

I worked in AdRoll for almost 3 years and I enjoyed every single day. AdRoll is a great place for those who want to jumpstart their career and grow quick, opportunities are there for everyone and

Cons

As every company of this size there is things to improve, mostly last minute changes and product decisions, but always within what is normal or expected.

Advice to Management

Keep hiring good talent and don't let them go!
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Diversity & Inclusion at NextRoll

4.5
(46 reviews)

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Does there seem to be diversity at NextRoll?

...The company pays lip service to diversity and inclusion, but they just have ERG parties to show for it....Read More

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NextRoll Interviews

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Positive53%
Negative33%
Neutral14%
Getting an Interview
Applied online54%
Employee Referral22%
Recruiter19%
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  1. Talent Program Manager Interview

    Anonymous Employee in United States
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview

    Interview

    Recruiter reached out for a 30 minute call. I come from recruiting and was a bit thrown off by the interview style. She was reading off a script and trying to get through a checklist of very generic questions. It felt a bit forced and we jumped from one topic to another very quickly. She also couldn’t tell me any details about the role outside of what was on the JD. There wasn’t a lot of genuine interest in who I was or what I’ve done.

    At the end of the interaction she said she was moving me forward in the process. She specifically mentioned that she hadn’t foud other applicants with experience in referral programs and DEI expansion projects like I had and would reach out in the next couple days to get a conversation with the hiring manager scheduled. That would then be followed by an interaction with a panel then a final follow up with the hiring manager to go over a program plan that I have implemented.

    Instead I received a very generic email two days later letting me know that they were moving forward with other applicants.

    No hard feelings on moving forward with other applicants. I certainly hope they find a terrific person for the position. But, it would’ve meant a lot to me as an applicant to get some context as to what had changed from what the Recruiter originally communicated about moving forward in the process.
    Interview

    are you comfortable with Excel and Google docs?

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Company Updates

June 30, 2021
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Like most technology companies, the pandemic has taught NextRoll leaders a lot about the way employees working in “tech” live and work. There are numerous predictions (read:headlines!) on how our way of life and work will be forever changed, including a lot of declarations that a new one-size-fits-all model is coming to the future of work near you. While it would be easy to get caught up in reacting to all of the conjecture of what the future of work will look like, for us, the most important learning is that we need to continue prioritizing the way our own employees live and work, and take steps to create a work environment where we continue to thrive.
Shared image - The Future of Work: NextRoll's Hybrid Work Model - NextRoll Blog
The Future of Work: NextRoll's Hybrid Work Model - NextRoll Blog
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June 1, 2021
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On the first day of Pride Month, we want to publicly state our support of the LGBTQI+ community and be clear about what we stand for as a company. Our support of the LGBTQI+ community is part of NextRoll’s larger commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. We embrace diversity, equity, and inclusion, because we want everyone who joins NextRoll to be their true authentic selves at work. We strive to create an environment at NextRoll for all employees – “Rollers” in our vernacular – to thrive regardless of gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religious belief, or political affiliation. We do this because we believe everyone should have access to equal opportunity, and because evidence shows diverse and inclusive environments lead to more productive and engaged employees, increased customer satisfaction, and financial performance.
Shared image - Standing with the LGBTQI+ Community - NextRoll Blog
Standing with the LGBTQI+ Community - NextRoll Blog
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NextRoll Awards & Accolades

  • Best Places to Work, San Francisco Business Times, 2021San Francisco Business Times2021
  • Best Places to Work, San Francisco Business Times, 2018https://www.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/feature/best-places-to-work/2018/best-places-to-work-bay-area-2018-top-workplaces.html?ana=e_me_set1&s=newsletter&ed=2018-04-23&u=J1D1IUMJJCxjyLZ9vEwZHA0f1bf3fa&t=1524505865&j=811746112018

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