Leading Software-Powered Freight Forwarder
San Francisco, Bellevue, Amsterdam, and Shenzhen
We think it’s important to like the people you work with, which is why we invest heavily in building relationships within and between teams. Our onsite lunch catering and large kitchen spaces make it easy for teams to eat together – something we all missed while we were away. To that end, we try to keep our teams small enough to fit around one or two kitchen tables. If it's nice outside, some teams might leave the building and eat in a nearby park, or they’ll take their lunches to a room to watch videos or chat about topics of interest.
Teams also have offsite budgets to spend as they wish. In the past, teams have gone to lunches, pedicures, escape rooms, karaoke, woodshop classes, baseball games, and more. Onsite, it’s not uncommon for people to get together for things like book clubs, board game sessions, poker games, and Super Smash tournaments. In a virtual environment, teams have gotten creative with activities like asking random questions in a watercooler Slack channel a couple times a week, playing Codenames virtually, virtual escape rooms, virtual Airbnb experiences, virtual lunches, and many more.
With our new hybrid working model, Makers go into our offices twice a week with their teams and work from home the other three days. This allows us to collaborate while also providing flexibility. We’ll continue to develop relationships in person, while still using the virtual communication skills we’ve built as a result of the pandemic.
Our teams are cross-functional, and you aren’t limited to only forging relationships with people who do the same thing as you. An engineer can expect to get to know designers, product managers, business leaders, and operations folks. A lot of people like to use a Slack extension called Donut, which matches up random people across the company every two weeks, regardless of role, and invites them to go grab a Donut or coffee and become acquaintances. Our CTO, James Chen, also holds virtual office hours for Makers, with an open forum to discuss anything engineering-related.
53 Open Positions
Connecting fintechs with banks to build great financial products
San Francisco, CA or Remote (US)
We’re a small, lively team who honestly enjoy each other’s company. We reimburse your lunch on work days, and we love spending the time together to enjoy good food, unwind, and talk about world events, our lives outside of work, or that burning product issue we’re so passionate about.
Plans are fluid: sometimes we go out but mostly we bring food back to the office. (Choosing where to grab lunch is often a lively conversation!) Of course, participation is not mandatory, but we’ll miss you on the days you have other plans.
Our cross-team and cross-functional collaboration happen naturally as we all like to have lunch together every day. Our free, catered-in lunch is just an added perk of sitting down with a colleague and enjoying a meal together. Don't you end up eating with the same people who you normally hang out with anyways, you might ask? Not at Checkr! We have a built-in opportunity to join an optional group lunch every Friday with randomly selected people throughout the company, so you get to know and stay connected with each other better.
10 Open Positions
Lunch is the time of the day where we can relax and talk about non-work related things. We have a private office in a co-working space, so there is always life around us. At least once a month there is an event in the co-working space that some people from our team participate in.
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