I liked the fact that the recruitment process was very structured and I knew throughout the process what to expect next. I think it was a rather complex process not in terms of difficulty, but in terms of the actual stages, which, of course, is completely justified. It seemed right to me that I had a creativity test that was in line with the specificity of the role I applied for.
The two months were a kind of prolonged, very welcoming induction, in which I was able to understand the particularities of the role and integrate into the team I belong to. Of course, I enjoyed the atmosphere in the team and I appreciated the openness of my colleagues to help me be acquainted with and understand better what is happening around me, both in terms of processes and interactions. Everything was very natural and I guessed from the beginning that there is a strong focus on professional development, innovation, creativity.
As I said earlier, it helped me having a slower pace - unlike the classic rhythm you are introduced to when you are directly engage - to get comfortable and familiar with the role and the team. I think that the internship can be viewed from this perspective as an integration process that helped me to feel right and ready for the job at the time of hiring.
For me, things have evolved positively and I feel that I had many professional development opportunities that I have benefited from and which I enjoyed very much.
It was an experience that helped me understand somehow unitary what's going on all over the year. I found it very good to discover how the campaign was thought from a marketing perspective and, of course, the day itself was memorable.
I would say it is a great opportunity and that probably this would be one of the best professional experiences you could have at the beginning of your career! In addition, I would say that eMAG is really the place where you can learn, you can grow, you can tell your ideas freely, and you are even encouraged to do it, the place where you meet many extremely cool people, where you have a lot to learn. Moreover, of course, it is a very positive and optimal atmosphere for innovation and development, an atmosphere you can hardly leave.