Meet Karina, a Principal Channel Account Manager in HubSpot's Sydney, Australia office. Find out why she made a career switch from the health industry into sales, and how HubSpot helps her grow her sales skills.
According to the Great Place to Work Institute’s annual Employee Trust Index Survey, 97% of HubSpot employees say this is a great place to work. Thanks to them, we’re proud to be named a Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For in 2020.
In 2019, HubSpot's remote work population grew by nearly 90%, and today represents 8% of our global employee population. What's our secret? Remote Work and Inclusion Program Manager, Meaghan Williams, explains why it's all about the inclusive culture you create for your remote teammates in this podcast from Flex.
Transparency is a core value of ours at HubSpot. That’s why we’re proud to share our 2020 Diversity Report today. This is the fourth year we’ve shared HubSpot’s diversity data externally because we believe that being transparent about our progress, and our missteps, will help us grow better as a company. (And in turn, hopefully, help our customers, employees, and candidates grow better, too.) For the first time, we’ve introduced new global self-reported categories this year including parental status, expanded gender, and LGBTQ+ identities. Learn more about the report and our progress on diversity, inclusion and belonging in this piece from Chief People Officer, Katie Burke.
"We have a long way to go before tech is accessible and inclusive for everyone, but I’d argue that tech is (slowly) starting to grow up." HubSpot VP and GM, Nancy Riley, reflects on her experience with ageism in tech.
"I wouldn't be able to be the best mom and best leader at work without HubSpot's commitment to flexibility," shared Becky McCullough, our Global Director of Recruiting, in this Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) article on how companies can best support mothers returning to the workforce.
We asked HubSpotters what they about #HubSpotLife in Sydney. From career growth to customer interactions, access to leadership and the small-office feel within a global company, there's a lot our employees love about working in SydSpot.
And yes, we're hiring! We're looking for more talented people we can learn from and solve problems with on our mission to help millions of organizations grow better. Up for the challenge? Check out our careers, and learn more about HubSpot's culture at hubs.life/SydneyCareers.
"It's 2020. A new year. A new decade. A new era of the future of work. What are you doing to change the future of your workforce today so that it looks different than it did 10 years ago?" HubSpot CPO Katie Burke shares 5 factors shaping workplace culture via Inc. Magazine.
On today's 73(ish) questions video, inspired by Vogue's hit interview series, Product Designer Quintin shares how HubSpot has helped him grow better, three words he'd use to describe #HubSpotLife, and advice he has for anyone interested in applying to HubSpot (spoiler: it's all about "designing yourself").
January can be a time for new beginnings with many people looking to make a career change or start fresh. Stephanie, a sales recruiter in HubSpot Dublin shares her top tips for creating a resume that will get noticed by a recruiter, how to interview like a pro, and more.