Company culture is developed by the many, not the few. It takes the whole team to make a company somewhere you really want to work.
Giving visibility to Yarno across an organisation prior to launch is crucial to ensuring immediate engagement with the tool and the realisation of value.
It's in your interest to keep your employees interested. Engaged employees are the ones that stick around and add to, rather than subtract from, your bottom line.
I took a brave leap into the abyss at the end of 2020...I turned my phone off for a full 5 days.
We recently asked our new customer success manager the tough questions, such as, who's funnier? Mark or Lachy?
We make assumptions all the time. This person did that just to annoy us; this other person is being lazy and that's why they didn't finish their work on time...
We've been WFH at Yarno for 9 months now. So the question is: how are we doing?
We're currently hiring at Yarno and our philosophy is that if you show your personality, people will show you theirs (aka, their true colours...shining through).
Your first week at a new job can be the difference between spending 6 months at a company and spending 6 years there. It's that important.
Remote work requires two pillars: trust and communication. Without these, it's doomed to fail.
In the light of the coronavirus crisis, I've rounded up a few of the ways I cope with, and even embrace, uncertainty.
At Yarno, we're experimenting with a decision process based on consent, not consensus.