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- Culture et valeurs
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Mission: We believe behind every great human achievement, there is a team. Our mission is to unleash the potential in every team.
Teams of developers, product managers, doc writers, bug-bashers – are our heroes. We started with software teams, but really it's all teams we love. Our products help teams of all sizes track and share everything, work smarter, and create better software together.
Put simply, we build software to plan, collaborate, code and service. A few of our more well-known products include Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket, and now Trello. What makes us different than most software companies is that we sell our products directly through our website. Go ahead, check 'em out, try 'em out on atlassian.com.
We trace our roots back to Sydney, Australia where we still operate our largest office. As Atlassian grows, we're truly becoming a global company with offices in San Francisco, Mountain View, New York City, Austin, Amsterdam, and Manila. Each of our offices has its own personality made up of the people that work there, each awesome in their own distinct ways.
From the world's biggest brands to the world's soon-to-be-biggest brands, our products are found here, there, and everywhere.
These aren't your typical corporate values. They steer every decision we make, whether it's about products, brand, or people. As our company continues to evolve and grow, these five values remain constant.
Open Company, No Bullsh!t
Atlassian embraces transparency wherever practical, and sometimes where impractical. All information, both internal and external, is public by default. We are not afraid of being honest with ourselves, our staff, and our customers.
Build with Heart and Balance
Every day we try to build useful products that people lust after. Building with heart means really caring about what we're making and doing–it's a mission, not just a job. When we build with balance we take into account how initiatives and decisions will affect our colleagues, customers, and stakeholders.
Don't #%@& the Customer
When we make decisions we ask ourselves, "How will this affect our customers?" If the answer is that it would screw them over, or make life more difficult, then we need to find a better way. We want the customer to respect us in the morning.
Play, as a Team
We want all Atlassians to feel like they work with Atlassian, not for Atlassian. We think it's important to have fun with your workmates while working and contributing to the Atlassian team.
Be the Change You Seek
We think Gandhi had it right when he said, "We need to be the change we wish to see in the world". At Atlassian we encourage everyone to create positive change. We're constantly looking for ways to improve our company, our products, and our environment.
Yes, we really use the ping pong tables. We work together, but that doesn't mean we shouldn't play together as well. Let's face it, we spend a lot of our lives working, so it's important that our workspace is both inviting and fun. Play games, join a club, fix something, start something; our culture is a direct result of our employees living our values and making Atlassian the place they want it to be.
We think we've got something pretty special at Atlassian, but we're tinkerers, innovators, and all-around normal people so our culture is always up for discussion. How do we make it better? New ideas make us better, change makes us better, and we encourage everyone to raise a hand and Be the Change You Seek.
Je travaille chez Atlassian à plein temps (Plus de 3 ans)
The company has great values and a lot of effort is made to ensure they remain in our DNA. The company has a clear long-term vision, there is a lot of transparancy and information sharing and people at all levels are encouraged to speak up.
In addition the company offers great perks and benefits to staff, creates a very friendly and energetic place to work and employs a very smart and friendly people making it a great environment to work in.
The sharing culture has a lot of positives but on the flipside it also means that only those feeling comfortable stepping into the limelight through blogging/presenting are heard. There are a lot of people clamouring for attention which means there's little space for the others.
J'ai postulé en ligne. Le processus a pris +1 semaine. J'ai passé un entretien à Atlassian (Amsterdam (Pays-Bas)) en mars 2017.
After your resume passed through the filters and got the attention it deserves, you will receive an email to plan a phone interview with the recruiter that last no more than 20 min. This interview is done through Skype and is quite informal, just to get an idea of who you are and what you want.
The second step was a phone interview with the program manager, which is based in San Francisco. There you will be asked to talk about your professional experiences in an informal manner.
The last step is an assignment to do at home.
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