VP of People
Yes, our founder’s name is Brad. And yes, we named our values after him. We took time and effort to identify the most important parts of our culture and what we wanted to be, and coincidentally, it turned out that the B.R.A.D.S. covered it all.
We strive to set the highest standard of quality in everything we do. We always want to drive towards the next great thing by constantly challenging ourselves to improve and break new ground.
Our world can be frustrating, confusing, and even challenging at times. We have all been there, so we show empathy and act with humility. We're all human and we respect our customers, partners, and coworkers.
Our passion for our core purpose gives us the courage to reach beyond our comfort zone to try innovative and unconventional ideas. We view honest failure as a learning opportunity for the future.
Integrity is the foundation for everything we do. We are admired and respected for our commitment to honesty, trust, and transparency. We do the right thing—even when no one is watching.
We've created a positive and inclusive culture that fosters open, honest, and meaningful relationships. We celebrate and embrace our diversity, finding ways for everyone to belong. We invest in each other and we win and learn as a team.
We also offer competitive pay, the flexibility to work from home, fantastic people, and a product you can believe in. We’ve highlighted a few of our favorite benefits below:
We give you the tools you need to work from wherever you work best.
We set strong goals and we reach them. We are highly productive, efficient and always focus on how we can make an impact - big or small.
We give you the tools to continue learning through masterclass, internal courses and external workshops. We practice intentional career pathing and goal setting every quarter.
Open door policy and the programing to ensure you have access to leaders to stay in the know, give feedback, and make real change.
From virtual wine-tastings to our annual in-person get togethers, we build ways for Snapster’s to connect, on purpose.
Peers can recognize each other through our platform, high-five, and quarterly all-company awards. We continue to be a “promote-when-ready” culture focused on the outcomes not tenures and we schedule annual merit conversations to ensure everyone is compensated for great work.
We strive to build a space where you feel empowered to bring your whole self to work. Our intentional DEIBA planning is focused on building quarterly programing with three principals in mind - Discover, Empower, Include
Giving Snapsters the opportunity to learn how to be better allies and advocates.
Ensuring Snapster’s have the space, trust, and communities to have tough conversations and make real change.
Elevating our already built programming and practices to be more inclusive and representative. Here are some examples of what that looks like:
We live by the Snapsheet Promise, you can find a snippet from it here:
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