Eridan focuses on showing employee appreciation not only for measurable goals met but also for efforts made. Leadership recognizes team members for their ideas expressed, not just solutions found. Employee appreciation at Eridan starts at the top. CEO Doug Kirkpatrick makes an effort to individually congratulate employees on their successes across the company in company-wide communications. Eridan employees are shown appreciation for their work with Eridan’s “work where you’re productive” policy. Polled employees say this policy allows them to work from home or in-office, making them feel trusted and respected by the executive team. New hires are shown appreciation from day one with thorough personal training from team members who’ve been there. Currently, Eridan is creating employee spotlights to be shared internally and externally to highlight the excellent people that makeup Eridan.
Eridan set a diversity standard early on, with 50% of its executive team being women and almost 50% of the company not native to the United States. Additionally, Eridan prioritizes diversity of thought and background. “Fresh sets of eyes” are consistently being sought after, opinions are respected, and new points of view are celebrated.
Candidates should consider working for Eridan if the sound of developing and deploying the biggest wireless innovation this century excites them. Eridan celebrates big ideas, diversity, audacious solutions, and a consistent drive to innovate. Right now, Eridan is looking to double the size of its engineering team with people who are excited about building the future of wireless connectivity.