Spiceworks offers everything IT—for free—to IT professionals around the globe. From an online community that connects IT professionals to tech vendors, peers, and content, the company offers everything to help them do their job. Spiceworks also creates a help desk, inventory management, and network monitoring—making it easy for every IT pro to better his or her tech management game right inside the industry’s most trusted marketplace.
When working at Spiceworks the management team doesn’t believe in the “point and delegate” style. Instead you can find managers “arm-in-arm in the trenches with you, making sure that you feel successful” shares Todd Darroca from the marketing team. Todd also appreciates that managers give you the tools you need and help keep the bigger picture in mind, while still letting you make decisions.
The leaders at Spiceworks understand that no one likes to be micromanaged, so they let their employees take ownership of their work. Ashley from Spiceworks’ client services team loves that she’s given the opportunity to own her projects and outcomes, meaning she can look back on things she’s done and say, “It has my fingerprints on it. It’s something I can be proud of.”
When employees are taking a break from working hard to provide one-stop shop to those in the IT world, they can be found getting a workout in at the onsite gym, finding their zen in the yoga room, or indulging in one of the many snacks provided (did someone say free breakfast tacos?!).
If you’re a self-starter who likes to work hard and have fun—and you aren’t afraid to be yourself—Spiceworks may just be the place for you.
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Abby works in health education and prevention at a university in Washington, DC. When she’s not trying to make the world a healthier place, you can find her taking selfies with her cat (Mildred Meow Meow), hunting down the city's best grilled cheese, or zipping through the city on her bike, named Libby. Say hi on Twitter.More from this Author