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30+ days ago

Engineering Intern

Tradeshift San Francisco, CA

Launched in 2010, Tradeshift connects 500,000 companies across 190 countries. Businesses on the platform include ADM, DHL, the National Health… Tradeshift

30+ days ago

DevOps Engineer

Tradeshift San Francisco, CA

We work based on an agile value set and try to minimize the formal process footprint - no more than it takes for everyone to remain sane and… Tradeshift

10 days ago

Backend Software Engineer

Tradeshift San Francisco, CA

At Tradeshift, we want to change the way companies do electronic business together - globally. We work hard and our teams have great autonomy and… Tradeshift

30+ days ago

Contracts Paralegal

Tradeshift San Francisco, CA

The Tradeshift network is growing at an unprecedented rate, and as such, the need for a professional paralegal has grown. Youll be expected to wear… Tradeshift

30+ days ago

Growth Marketing Manager

Tradeshift San Francisco, CA

We are looking for a Growth Marketing Manager that is passionate, strategic, and customer-obsessed to help drive our SMB growth. The Growth Marketing… Tradeshift

30+ days ago

Enterprise Sales Development Representative

Tradeshift San Francisco, CA

Employees within the Sales Development Department at TradeShift are responsible for the generation and assigning of high quality opportunities to the… Tradeshift

21 days ago

Senior SMB Marketing Manager

Tradeshift San Francisco, CA

Whats in it for you? Tradeshift was recently named one of the Healthiest Companies to Work For in America, and were an internationally diverse group… Tradeshift

30+ days ago

Data Architect

Tradeshift Copenhagen

• Build out best practices regarding schema and query design to optimize efficiency in database usage. • Educate and train engineers companywide on… Tradeshift

22 days ago

Product Translator

Tradeshift Europe

Although we started in Copenhagen, we are a global company with a mission of solving the connectivity problem for businesses all over the world, and… Tradeshift

3 days ago

Technical Integration Engineer Level 1 (French or German speaking)

Tradeshift Copenhagen

The Tradeshift network is growing at an unprecedented rate, and as such, the need for a professional and scalable support organization is a vital… Tradeshift

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    Chill job. Good W/L balance. Company is on the come-up, but need to first surmount short-term hurdles.

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    Current Employee - Software Engineer in San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - Software Engineer in San Francisco, CA

    I have been working at Tradeshift


    Everyone's pretty laid back. There's some kush amenities at the office, the people get along. It's nice.

    Nobody's really breathing down your neck, and they're doing a good job fixing a lot of the old legacy product / code issues. (They're aware things got really bad for a while, and action to address them is in motion. Can't really expect much more from a good team)


    Communication is disorganized. Each team uses email, yammer, slack, and skype differently, so the only inter department sharing of information occurs every few months (at best) at the major State of the Union type all-hands presentations. And that's very high level.

    You're selling an invoicing product. It's like Dunder Mifflin. Not very exciting, but one of those staple things that somebody's got to do. There's also a ton of money in it, so it's not a bad place to be. I don't really buy the "Tradeshift-as-place-to-change-the-world" hype, but it's a pretty sweet jay oh bee.

    It's culturally excepted to leave dirty dishes in the sink, despite numerous dishwashers open and empty right next to you. "Someone else will clean this" kind of attitude.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get better food in the office.

    1. Running out of food at lunch sucks big time.
    2. Get snacks. Not having any quick sugar-/get-away-from-desk-fix to snack on is driving everyone bonkers.
    3. Get something to drink that isn't water, but also isn't beer or highly sugary water. (read: Vitamin Water, Soda.) That ginger beer is nice, but you can't drink it every day. Smoothies. Juice. Coconut water.

    That one time there were blueberries and raspberries was amazing.

    Here's a shopping list:
    1. Various berries.
    2. Chunks of melon/pineapple.
    3. Cheese and crackers (An actual block of nice cheese, or spread. not cheese-flavored crackers)
    4. Something salty. Pretzels?

    Nothing insane google-status, but, please. Let there be food.

    Neutral Outlook
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