For many IT professionals finding the ‘right’ job is the biggest challenge we face as individuals, finding the balance between technically challenging and progressive environments is always in the back of our minds whenever the role hunt starts.
3 years ago, I heard about the story of the Insentra train. A company where everyone no matter what level in the business contributes and is responsible in helping the train reach the destination.
Culture is an interesting topic and one that can’t be addressed in a simple how-to guide. As with most important areas of life, setting and developing an organisation’s culture requires courage to create a vision most believe is not possible, courage to keep going even when there are challenges and a deep love for the people involved even when they may not be the most lovable.
Since launching six years ago, Sydney-based IT service provider Insentra has seen its workforce balloon from five to 60 team members across Australia, New Zealand, London and Scotland. According to founder and managing director Ronnie Altit, the SME has earned a reputation among current and former employees for being a company ‘you never want to leave’ and […]
Multinational research firm Great Place to Work has once again revealed its Best Places to Work list for employers in Australia for 2016. The study surveyed 51,937 employees from 135 businesses based on a number of key metrics such as credibility, fairness and respect. [Related: Here are the best Aussie tech companies to work for] The […]