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I have been working at InVision full-time (Less than a year)
Flexible working hours
Individual people (specifically engineers) are great to work with
Upper management can't be trusted.
Inexperience leadership team.
Advice to Management
I was highly encouraged to give a good Glassdoor review but I can't hide the weird things happening at InVision, especially with upper management.
I work in engineering and love working with my peers. However I'm not a fan of engineering upper management and there is severe trust issues.
Engineering leadership's lack of experience is apparent - just look at their Linkedin profile. It's created an environment where people have to say the right things or fear getting "gently" exited from the company.
InVision can be an amazing company but you need trust to build a great company.
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I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at InVision (Portland, OR (US)) in September 2017.
A series of phone screens, followed by 4 "in-person" (over video chat) interviews, and an interview with a director. The process was easy and professional, until nearly the end. The final in-person interview as an abrupt increase in difficulty - I was asked very technical questions about subjects that I did not claim to be an expert in, and that were not related to the job for which I was interviewing (how many front-end engineers at InVision spend time managing the operations of a Cassandra cluster?). The interviewer seemed determined to trip me up or to make me feel stupid.
The final interview with a director (which was supposed only occur if the team decided to move forward with the process) was given with only 30 minutes notice. I was on a train when I received the call and ended up having to take the final interview in a conference room at work, which was, to put it mildly, not ideal.
Finally, having gone through the entire process, I was never notified if the position was filled or if I was selected or passed over. It's been over a month, so it seems obvious at this point, but having given InVision the better part of a day of interviewing, I expected at least the courtesy to be notified that another candidate had been selected.