Your first day at Karma will probably be a complete mess of impressions. Our office is a smelting pot of collaboration and activity. There’s a lot of whooping and clapping, because we believe in celebrating as often as possible. Don’t worry though, it’s all part of the grand plan.
We believe that every employee should feel that they have a mandate to make decisions. Keeping a flat structure and including everyone in the design process increase the throughput of any team. The route between idea and execution is extremely short at Karma, but our goal is that you should have the why, the how and the when for any project. We want you to feel ownership of, and responsibility for, our product.
We nurture our culture and office environment to the best of our ability, currently only limited by our wallet and imagination. We love to work together on projects, hold events for friends and family, play video games, have a beer or two, and generally just build that special bond. Hanging out at the office is the number one way to get into that Karma culture.
That said, we have realized that all is not made to fit the same frame. Therefore, we have embraced remote work for our development team. We want to make sure that we can employ the best people for Karma, wherever they might be. But working remotely is an additional complication when you want to be as inclusive as possible, which is why we require you to constantly give feedback on how to improve our development processes.
We expect you to learn every day, and then tell us about it, constantly improving the team. You should make yourself proud, and grow together with Karma.
But most of all, we are having fun. We are working hard to build a product that the whole world desperately needs, and it’s incredibly rewarding.