Stagnation? We don’t think any Axial employee would recognize that word—or at least know how it applies to his or her career. Axial is an opportunity hub. Not only is the company dedicated to doubling in size each year, but it helps its team members take advantage of that growth explosion.
“We’re constantly learning and growing—and our leadership team promotes that sentiment and welcomes it,” says Caitlin Walker, member success manager.
To that end, the company offers optional in-house workshops and sessions led by industry experts. It also provides engineer-hosted developer classes and reimbursements for educational expenses.
So, if you’re always challenging yourself to learn new things, you’ll fit right in at Axial.
Take Steve Fusaro, a software engineer. Before coming to Axial, Fusaro worked on mainframe operating systems at IBM and taught himself Python on the side. He used a Mac and coded software for the first time at Axial.
“Anything goes in terms of what you what to improve upon and what you want to learn,” notes Emily Sackett, head of communications. “Axial gives you the tools and the resources to pursue that.”
Ready to become an Axialite and start reaping the career benefits? Check out Axial’s offices, then go get your next job .