Handy's Nightmare Tryout Process Is a Startup Stereotype

Kevin Montgomery · 10/21/14 02:40PM

Before Handy, a house cleaning and odd jobs startup, became the darling of the New York startup scene and raised $30 million dollars, the company was called "Handybook." And according to a person who spent a day interviewing there, its office was a showcase of the worst tech worker stereotypes. Sexism, racism, privilege, and all-around juvenile antics were all on display.

Kevin Montgomery · 06/20/14 09:20AM

Meanwhile, in San Francisco's Mission District, the neighborhood's ample stock of engineering talent is still finding ways to disrupt their license plates. [Photo: Capp Street Crap]