We take employee appreciation very seriously. We have a #SayThanks slack channel where we appreciate people for things that an employee does that helps others succeed. We have lunches for employee welcome/impromptu bi-monthly (location permitting). Gift cards when someone goes above and beyond. A financial reward for patent ideas. Conscious effort to make sure employees (generally speaking) don't spend more than 2 nights on calls (given our India & US round-the-clock team structure)
Diversity is important to us. When we raised series A from Insight, there was a structure put together to consider diversity during the hiring process. We have >10% women in the company. While that is small, unfortunately, it's a better ratio than the industry in general (for engineering heavy teams) and is a better ratio than the candidate pool we get to pick from. Our US team is ethnically diverse. Our India team is also 'diverse' (employees from all corners of India - East/West/North/South).
We offer an honorable mission to work towards: There are 26 Million developers today, supposed to get to 45 Million by 2030. This exploding number of developers is creating a lot of software, and that software needs to be secured, to prevent companies from getting hacked/breached. So WE ARE THE GOOD GUYS trying to protect your software and your reputation!
We hire only the best of the best: Our interviews, spanning multiple rounds, are hard to crack. Smart people bring more smart people. We'd rather delay our hiring than hire an A- player. A+ is desired. A is the minimum bar. This environment naturally creates a highly rewarding and intellectually fulfilling environment.
We are proud to have created a 'hungry, humble and passionate' work culture. Starting from the founders & functional leaders, we are all very hungry to achieve (even though the team is already quite accomplished, with serial entrepreneurs & multiple exits), and passionate towards our mission. Employees love it.
1. Best early stage startup to work at
2. Best place to stay hungry and challenged
3. King of the DevSecOps jungle