What would you consider a good working environment?
How about a place where you have the tools to do your job?
And the flexibility to get your job done.
And a place where creativity can flourish.
And you ideas are valued.
And customers are friendly and helpful.
And workflow is steady with some ebb & flow.
And technology is current.
And you get the support you need.
And the team environment is helpful.
And there are some really smart people working there.
And a fun atmosphere.
And casual, except when customers are around.
And plenty of eateries and coffee.
And places to walk during breaks / lunch.
And a nice building with ample parking.
And centrally located.
And good management.
And a good product.
And where the upper management believes in data metrics.
And good compensations and benefits package.
And good vacation / time off policy.
And insurance too.
I think all those items listed above would classify as a good working environment.
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