Being a content writer at Yarno isn’t quite like any content writing job I've ever heard of. There are a few reasons why I believe that’s so – let's dig in and find out!...
The first few weeks at a new workplace often sits on the scale somewhere between nerve-racking and plain awkward. Not so at Yarno, just ask our newest content writer, Annette...
As part of his eternal quest to help us help ourselves be better, Lachy recently organised for the whole of Yarno to do a nonviolent communication workshop.
So you want to work for Yarno. I can’t blame you. It’s pretty nice – unlimited Barry’s tea, harbour-side views – and you can enjoy it all too!
How often do you get to move countries and continue working for your hometown company? Erin explains how she's been doing just that for the past year.
Our co-founder Mark manages to run his own business, spend time with his family, and hold on to his sanity simultaneously. How does he do it? Flexibility.
We sat down with our co-founders Larry King style to talk about their formative years, how they're basically married, and why they started Yarno.
Yarno has freed itself from the tyranny of hierarchy through the Teal organisational structure, and in particular, working in self-managed teams.
Keeping meetings on track, on time and purpose-driven is an elusive art few master. Luckily we know the master himself and he passed on his secret – PAINT.
The decision to forego VC funding and opt for bootstrapping gave us flexibility, control over our company culture and goals, as well as a few grey hairs.
Engaging your team in training is one thing, trying to keep the conversation going is a whole other ball park. So, how do we do it at Yarno?
We all see the world from our own perspective; through our own lens. And while this can lead to disagreements, we can also see it as an opportunity.