🗒️ We don't have many formal company policies, but here are the few you should know about!
Days off & holidays
If you need to take a day off, just let us know and that’s it. If you feel sick or just down - don’t work and just let us know with a Slack DM. When you need to take some time off (more than a day or two), please discuss with the founders (Tvrtko for dev, Karri for others) ahead of time so we are able to plan ahead.
We generally expect you to take at least 3-4 weeks per year off. All days off are paid.
There aren’t many meetings but weekly on Thursday & for devs on Tuesday are considered mandatory. Skipping once in a while is fine. If you haven't received a calendar invite, ping your manager
- Slack etiquette: Threads. Threads. Threads. Always use threads for responses in public channels. We will ruthlessly publicly shame for not using them! 😈
- We highly appreciate long-form writing on Slack. You can always write your case on a Notion page or record a video on Loom and share it on Slack for others to view and respond on their own time. And if we really need to do a call, then we'll do a call.
- Daily standup bot asks for what you’re planning to do and what you did the previous day and posts the responses to the #standup channel. It will also ask if you're blocked with something and need help from someone else. Otherwise, we don’t ask much or manage your work - you are expected to know how to manage yourself in a remote setting.
- Check your notification settings! We are across multiple time zones and there will be a constant feed of notifications. Be sure to close slack when you are not working or you’re doing deep work. No need to show green status - we don’t care about that. Our focus is on shipping, not tracking when (or where) you’re working.
Equipment & co-working costs
We will gladly provide any reasonable equipment needed after the first months. If you have an affordable co-working space near you, we usually cover 100% of the costs. Ping Karri to discuss this.