Every workplace has a work culture. From strictly business and tight hierarchies to the flat – and sometimes slightly chaotic – startup world, every company has its unique way of doing things. So how is the work culture at San Francisco Agency, you ask? Well, let us give you a glimpse.
(BTW, we’re hiring! Check out our available jobs here)
Everybody has different strengths (and weaker strengths)
We work all over the world
When the pandemic struck, everyone ended up at their kitchen tables overnight. But when restrictions ended, companies decided to go in different directions. Some brought everyone back to the office, while others cut office spaces and demanded employees work from home. We ended up taking the best of both worlds.
While there is always a seat available for those who want it at our office in Eerikinkatu, Helsinki, everyone can work from wherever they want, whenever they want to. As long as they can keep Nordic hours and put our amazing clients first, any Mediterranean balcony or Finnish summer cottage can be a San Francisco office space. To build our community, we have regular non-work related meetings every week, where we talk about the weekend, eat lunch together or sum up the week that has gone.
Creating community while still allowing people to live their best life is what we’re all about.
Our infamous “zero assholes policy”
Yes, we have one of those. And we mean it. It’s in our code of conduct, and we practice it every day. Discussions are great, and challenging views are essential to drive a company forward. But speaking over others or pushing people down has no place in a healthy company culture. Too many companies have failed because employees were afraid to speak up, or strong voices overruled strong input. At San Francisco Agency, we put psychological safety first because we believe there is no point in growing if the people doing the work aren’t enjoying the ride.
We know we are slightly different from many other companies, and that’s what we like! Being able to be yourself at work without worrying about repercussions or negativity is key to the San Francisco work culture. We wouldn’t have it any other way.
Does this sound like a place you’d like to work?
Check out our available positions.