Zenefits has a great team. I really enjoyed talking to the people. They are people I think I would be more happy to work with
I definitely think I can add more value to Zenefits. I have some great ideas that I will hopefully be able to pitch to upper management.
Upper management is accessible. I can speak to top people (CEO, CTO) which is really nice.
The job itself allows for more creative freedom, and with it more responsibility. However, it isn't as technically challenging. At Zenefits, I will be more of a developer than an engineer (thats what I think at-least).
Zenefits seems to be really aggressive in trying to keep me. They have tried really hard to make me choose them over Uber. And they are paying me a better salary by about 15k (where Uber completely refused to negotiate).
They also have an office in Canada, and they have promised to relocate me there if I don't get the H1B visa. When I asked Uber about this, I was told that it depends entirely on the performance review and manager (basically whether I am worth the trouble of relocating). Zenefits seems to be claiming that if I am an employee there, they will help me out and get my back.
My biggest problem with Zenefits is that it isn't a buzzword like Uber. Most people won't know what Zenefits is (or so I think). I think that this isn't as exciting a brand name to have on your resume when applying to the likes of Google.
I would really love to get some new perspectives into this. Thanks!
不幸的是Zenefits 的 CEO Parker Conrad 看到且回复了这个问题，同时收回了已经发出去的offer!