- Atlanta, GA
- 1 to 50 Employees
- 1 Location
- Type: Company - Private
- Founded in 2021
- Revenue: Less than $1 million (USD)
- Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
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Looking to buy a non-Apple tablet for my adult son on Cyber Monday. It will be for casual use, mostly for streaming movies, but would also like to use Microsoft 365. Any suggestions? If he wants to use it for gaming, how would that change your recommendation?
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As part of my on-boarding at a new company, my manager gave me a list of people on various teams to set up a 15 minute meet and greet. It’s my first week at the company so I’m not really sure what to ask these people as I’m still trying to figure out my role. How should I use this time and what should I be asking?
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Flexibility: There is some flexibility on working hours. As long as you are getting your work done and meeting deadlines, there is no one breathing down your neck or micromanaging your every move. Additionally, the company is permanent work from home, so having the flexibility to work from anywhere in the world that has a suitable internet connection is a really important benefit for me. No egos: Sounds cliche, but no task is "below" anyone and there is no stupid question. Everyone shares this mentality and it really goes a long way in creating a collaborative culture. Interesting Work: One of the biggest pros of working at a small startup is getting to be directly involved in tackling important engineering challenges. Getting this kind of exposure that you can’t easily find in larger companies earlier in your career really helps you grow your skills much more rapidly. Limited Meetings: Management values your time. There is great care taken to minimize the number of meetings on your calendar each week so that you can maximize time spent getting your work done, unlike many companies I’ve been at in the past where my calendar was full of useless meetings that wasted my time and kept me working much later than I otherwise would have if most of those meetings had been the emails or slack messages they should have been in the first place. Exciting Momentum: For being such a new startup, Saleo is already working with some of the juggernauts of SaaS (just take a quick glance at the logos on the Saleo website). I’m really impressed with how quickly we’ve grown in such a short time and I’m excited to see where things go from here!
As you'd expect, there is a tradeoff to building exciting new products and working on the interesting challenges I mentioned above— some days the hours can get long. That said, it is not an everyday occurrence and management does a good job of limiting how often this happens. Sometimes it is unavoidable.
- Anonymous Employee in Atlanta, GANo OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
InterviewPretty straightforward. Met with the hiring manager, head of HR and then the CEO. Pretty much just had good conversations about myself, my work history and the goals of the company.Interview
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Saleo Awards & Accolades
- High Performer - Summer, G2, 2022
- High Performer - Fall, G2, 2022
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