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51 to 200 employees
Company - Private
Computer Hardware & Software
Unknown / Non-Applicable
Unknown allows teams to work together better by creating an environment of transparency and productivity. Founded by two software developers, we're a developer led company. We have never received any funding and are 100% bootstrapped. This allows us to ... Read more

Mission: To change the way teams collaborate forever. Reviews

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Peter Coppinger
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    Current Employee - Non-Technical in Cork
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    I have been working at full-time (More than a year)


    People, culture, values and facilities


    Growth comes with success. The small company feel is slowing sipping away.

    Advice to Management

    Advice for potential employees. operates in a relatively new space of software development and is really good at it. I came from a more traditional industry and was a bit skeptical about applying ( leaving a pensionable full time time job...blah, blah) but after doing some research was excited by what Teamwork was doing. Although I am not a software developer the environment created by the owners to create and enhance our product offering is excellent. The offices are fresh and personalised, team spirit thrives and meetings are kept to a necessary minimum. Additional benefits include a competitive salary, gym membership, free lunches and ample opportunities to learn. The operating pace is swift and does take a little time to get up to speed but once your there it becomes the norm.

See All 33 Reviews Photos photo of: An outside shot of Teamwork Campus One photo of: Some incoming Teamworkers joining the company in January at our launch party. photo of: Some happy Teamworkers, from our Chat and Projects Teams photo of: Teamworkers Toasting at the Teamwork Campus One launch party. photo of: Some special guests taking time out from a tour on our launch night. photo of: Our outdoor patio :-)
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Getting an Interview





    Senior Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Dublin, Co. Dublin
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview


    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at (Dublin, Co. Dublin).


    So this has been the worst experience in my career in regards to dealing with recruitment. It was a shambles from start to finish. It started off by being contacted to schedule a hangouts chat with the recruiter. The recruiter never showed up and didn't contact to apologise for over a day when I was contacted to schedule another hangouts chat. I was pretty convinced from this moment I wouldn't be accepting any offer made but decided to see how truly bad the recruiter is or was it just a one off.

    So he managed to show up for a quick chat to better understand my current position and what I wanted. All grand and straightforward questions.

    After this I was given a tedious generic technical test to do. I prolonged this process as I found it so boring that I preferred debugging an actual TCP issue in the Kubernetes codebase for the week.
    After I submitted the test I was scheduled to talk to a remote engineer. This was a nice and friendly chat and he gave thorough answers to all questions I had. I get the idea the engineers in the company are extremely nice to work with, but god knows how they got through recruitment.

    Now it's back to the recruiters turn. He scheduled a call, but surprise surprise he managed to not show up. 4 hours later I see a half hearted apology and an attempt to schedule another call. I gave two times but never got a response to my email. I can only laugh at this experience. But I really fear for other candidates who are actively looking for a job and have to go through this ordeal. I just can't comprehend the experience. There's no way skilled workers will put up with this. The twitter feed of the recruiter is also very embarrassing.

    I pulled my application at this point.

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    • What time do you want to have a phone call   1 Answer
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  • Winner of Cork SME Company of the Year, Cork Chamber of Commerce, 2016
  • Best Company Marketing and Comms Blog, Littlewoods Ireland Blog Awards, 2016
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