Flexibility makes autonomy even more beneficial to employees, especially with leaders who think of management as a support role. This viewpoint means decision makers function like advocates—which pairs well with the idea that team members should possess great learning abilities instead of specific technical skills. Even amidst product launches, the blameless culture and focus on preventative measures encourages problem-solving and growth.
A community-driven, remote culture shapes how employees have fun and get work done. Exploration—in terms of career paths and travel—comes as a major perk, along with diversity and inclusion initiatives arranged by three distinct internal committees. Beyond the office, employees partake in communal lunches and occasional meetups—but virtual hangouts and Bev Bash Fridays offer plenty of social time too.