Vero has a remote-first culture, so feel free to work from their HQ in Sydney, or a cabin in the woods. They believe in asynchronous work and once a year they go on a team retreat somewhere exciting, challenging and inspiring (like Thailand).
They also flex their brains and bodies in different ways to keep them sharp:
They are on a mission to get more women, people of color, LGBTQ+ people, people with disabilities, people without college degrees, parents and caretakers, or people who’ve taken long breaks from the workforce into the tech world.
🌈 21% of their team identify as LGBTQ+
📣 they speak SEVEN languages
👨🎓 97% doesn't have computer science degrees
You’ll also find a wildly supportive community filled with corgi .gifs, great communication, tons of appreciation, and a focus on our employees’ quality of life.
"We know that higher education software typically sucks, and we're trying to stand out by paying attention to design and working closely with our customers."
Haha, well said! 👏👏👏
50% of the team works at the 🇺🇸 Lehi office and 50% 🏝 remote. Everyone works remotely every Thursday to understand unique issues that come with remote work (which is a very cool feature they have).
Oh, and their remote team locations include Honolulu 🏖🍹
Y Combinator-backed, high growth, and well-funded startup. Fully-remote and invests heavily in creating a strong culture to keep the whole team connected.
They do weekly kick-off meetings, daily standups and release new features weekly at minimum.
They're doing regular video conferencing, and most meetings are recorded so team members that aren't available can watch them at a later time.
Niteo is a decade old SaaS studio building products that empower small businesses online. They've built and sold many products, but currently running:
✏️ Easy Blog Networks
They have a great Handbook that clarifies what Niteo is and how they operate. For example, it contains:
🔢 Salary Calculator
✅ Find Your Next Task
🎧 Everyone On Support
There are 40+ tech "Woodies" (this is how they call themselves! you get it, right?) working together from all over the world building mobile and web applications.
They're doing daily standups in an appear.in room, their sprints last for 2 weeks and they're active open source contributors. We know this from their thorough engineering culture description on RemoteHub, check it out on their profile.