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MBA Intern2016 - 2016
Based in Boston in a Product Management role
Good work life balance, ~50 hour workweek. The focus is on getting things done, so if you need to work from home occasionally or take an afternoon off to take care of something personal, no problem
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Project Manager2018 - 2019
Based in Boston in a Corporate Strategy & Strategic Planning role
401K matching, stock, base salary, bonus
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Senior Product Associate2018 - 2018
Based in Boston in a Product Management role
10 days
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Project Manager2018 - 2019
Based in Boston in a Corporate Strategy & Strategic Planning role
move really fast.
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Senior Category Manager
Recruited in 2017 in Boston for a General Management role
Received Offer
Accepted Offer
2 rounds. First was on campus - 2 interviews back to back, 45 minutes each. 1 behavioral and 1 case. Wayfair's cases resemble strategy consulting cases, not tech cases. Final round was in office, 3 45 minute interviews - 1 case, 1 behavioral, 1 "scenario"
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Associate Director
Recruited in 2018 in Boston for a Product Management role
Received Offer
Accepted Offer
Prepare for business case studiea
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Senior Manager
Recruited in 2018 in Boston for a Operations role
Received Offer
Accepted Offer
Connect well with the recruiter when he/she is on campus. Demonstrate knowledge of their business.
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Senior Manager
Recruited in 2017 in Boston for a Operations role
Received Offer
Accepted Offer
Entrepreneurial drive, ex-consultants (nice to have), ability to perform under uncertainty, passionate people
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Senior Manager
Recruited in 2018 in Boston for a Operations role
Received Offer
Accepted Offer
More transparency on interview feedback. Details are helpful.
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Senior Product Associate2018 - 2018
Based in Boston in a Product Management role
Best = high growth and awesome office. Worst = OPI is a new department that focuses on internal product development, which I found haphazard and boring.