Our remote-first culture
Dive deeper into our work culture, where excellence thrives in a remote-first culture. Flexibility meets intentionality in an environment that fosters transparency and collaboration through synchronous and asynchronous work.
Remote work isn’t just work from home. It’s a location-independent business model. What matters are the goals, the deliverables and the output. It’s about collaboration principles and transparency towards a shared mission & vision.
Remote work is about the “how” and “what” of work, and not about the “where”. It’s a smart approach that connects technology with what people can do best, on their own terms.
Performance Always Comes First
What matters are the goals, deliverables, outputs as well as the work quality. We expect every team member to possess a high level of accountability and always stay on top of their own tasks.
If It’s Not Documented, It Doesn’t Exist
It’s imperative to document your work so that you and the team can keep track of all the progress. This also refers to processes, procedures and project management.
Fostering an Async-First Approach
We don’t spam everyone with numerous messages and virtual calls. Instead, we intentionally design asynchronous communication patterns. Real-time conversations shouldn’t be meaningful (such as brainstorming or real-time decisions).
We Lead by Example
We understand that great impact is a step by step process. That’s why our own actions inspire others to join the mission.
Transparency is Key
People can’t read our minds. We communicate in a concise, direct and efficient manner.
Keep your calendar up to date
Focus time, meetings, business travel or absences should always be added to your calendar. We don’t want to confuse anyone!
Make virtual meetings meaningful
Follow our virtual meeting guidelines to make sure this time is spent productively.
Share context for alignment
Avoid random messaging. Think first, then hit the “send” button. That’s how everyone can save time and frustration.
be on time
We don’t like waiting in virtual meetings. If you’re late - let everyone know upfront but this should never be a rule.
If it’s not documented properly, it doesn’t exist. Make sure that you fully benefit from our virtual toolkit. Document work and processes. Our goal is to make everything searchable and easy to understand.
Be a planning master
Be intentional about teamwork and your tasks. Try to get as much information as possible from others to work independently. Avoid interrupting others just because you haven’t been proactive upfront.
First search, then ask
Try to find a solution on your own first. If you can’t fit it - ask others. There are no stupid questions, unless responses are easy to find in our virtual toolkit or online.