Originally published by Amanda Stansell on Glassdoor What makes employees around the world satisfied at work? In past research, we’ve looked at which aspects of work matter for employee satisfaction in the U.S. on Glassdoor. But do employees in other countries value the same workplace factors? And are
A few months ago, we spoke to Zoe Silverman, the Director of Talent at Yesware and a long-time customer of Disco. Yesware’s mission is to serve as a co-pilot for professional relationship builders, providing a suite of features to help salespeople create and build lasting business relationships. Zoe came
Giver points & receiver points At Disco, we're huge fans of Reddit, Stack Overflow, Hacker News, Product Hunt, and many other points-based systems where upvoting leads to higher-quality content bubbling to the top. All of these services share the same simple formula: Someone posts content, viewers upvote what they like,
Wizeline's culture can be considered one of building cultures. Wendy Johansson, Vice President of Wizeline Academy and User Experience Design (and one of Wizeline's co-founders), is helping to take some components of Silicon Valley Culture and mix them with cultures of various countries to develop something that is democratic, that
Taking in. Isn't that what so many professional development programs involve? Taking in information. Taking in new viewpoints. Taking in new skills. All of that is important at international ecommerce and software consultancy firm MagmaLabs. But they have a further level of professional growth for their team members: giving back.
All Turtles’ San Francisco event space was buzzing last night as people filed in for an evening of conversations about building company culture. The program was an opportunity for attendees to learn from experts about what it means to scale culture and cultivate values at a growing organization. Disco hosted