Netflix answered questions on LinkedIn, and everyone wanted a job

Netflix invited LinkedIn users to ask their burning questions about working at the company — and most people seemed to have the same two questions.

Over and over again, commenters asked two questions:

1. Can Netflix employees binge watch Netflix at work?

“Freedom and responsibility — you choose how you want to spend your day doing what,” a spokesperson for the company responded on LinkedIn. “No one is saying you can or cannot do something, but you have to be responsible in moving the business and making an impact. For some teams it is necessary to watch our titles because they work on them.”

And when user Edward B. asked another version of the same question, the representative reiterated that most Netflix watching is work-related, and added: “To be candid, there are a lot of fast-paced and exciting projects happening, so there probably isn’t time or as much of a priority to catch up with personal Netflix viewing.”

2. Will you hire me?

Many people asked about the best way of getting hired at the company, from the general (“How should I go about obtaining a position at the company?”) to the specific (“How do you get a job if no one will give you a interview?”) to the blunt (“Hire me!”).

To those asking about how to get hired, Netflix’s standard response included a link to its jobs page.

In response to one commenter, a spokesperson had this to say about what Netflix looks for in a candidate:

“You need to have relevant experience for the role you are applying for and on top of that, when you interview in person, demonstrate qualities that showcase Netflix values. Are you courageous? Are you humble? Are you curious and passionate and ask thoughtful questions about the business? Are you able to and open to providing and receiving feedback to be better? Are you scrappy, have grit and willing to roll up your sleeves regardless of your title? Are you a team player? Are you inclusive and self aware? These are all things we look for. If you read the culture memo at , it will provide more of a perspective on what we look for.”

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