We've been a fully-remote company since inception, and this permeates our entire culture and values.
As Shakers, we take ownership for our work and have the freedom to make decisions towards our goals. We trust each and every team member and create a safe and open environment by being a goal oriented company.
Communication is key for Shakers - helping each other reach our collective goals by being open to new opinions, asking questions and involving everyone in key decisions.
Shakers believe in knowledge sharing, getting out of our comfort zone and learning new things. We embrace failure as part of the learning process.
As a bootstrapped company, Shakers inherently treat our customers as partners and not just another number. We go the extra mile to help our customers at every level of our interactions
Startups don't have to be crazy at work, and as Shakers we take this to heart. We deliver for our customers while having a healthy work/life balance and asynchronous work culture. We find creative solutions and do more with less.
As a future Shaker, you'll get to enjoy all the benefits we have on offer.
At Shake, we believe that a rested mind is a healthy mind. You get to enjoy time with your loved ones, and spend time doing things you love with 26 days paid time off. This excludes public holidays in your location - Shake recognizes that local celebrations are a chance to energize and all our Shakers get to recognize those events with no impact on their time off.
We value continuous learning, and as such we offer all our staff a $500 annual budget to increase their skills and knowledge.
As a fully remote company, we understand the need to have contact with our fellow human beings. As a future Shaker, you will have access to a monthly co-working budget of $300, to cover the expense of a rented office space.
We pride ourselves in hiring the best talent globally and creating an environment where we can do our best work. We believe the best work happens when given lots of uninterrupted time that's free of distractions, and an asynchronous culture with less meetings.