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From colleagues' salary packages to founders' evaluations or messages in Slack, we are clear and transparent. We throw everything on the table and challenge you to find one Google Drive that is not accessible to everyone.
Never settle for less. Payflip is the holy grail when it comes to salaries. We are the best in our field and our motivation is still growing every day. All of our people are go-getters. Let’s disrupt the payroll sector!
Every pair of shoulders counts. A Payflip'er gets out of his or her comfort zone and takes on responsibilities. If we see that sense of enterprise, we reward with shares of the company. Fair deal.
The first impression is everything. So we take our time with that. One hour we block off in our calendar to get to know each other better. No one-way traffic!
This one is one with one-way traffic, though! You bend over a challenging case and convince us of your ability. Bring it on!
Although we organize our operations primarily horizontally, we go deep here. We dig until we are 100% sure: it’s a match!
The transparency is unseen! The mere fact that I can see and read all evaluations - including those of my colleagues - shows that Payflip really trusts me as an employee. So no vague catchy company values at Payflip, but a rock-solid transparent corporate culture. Like!
Even before I officially started at Payflip, I was invited to the Monthly Gathering. An evening for the whole team, put together by two colleagues. For example, I went bowling and eating hip pittas with them in Brussels even before I was part of the team. By the way, my first day started with breakfast at the office with all the colleagues. A kick start!
Payflip is a crack at onboarding new employees. Upon logging in on the first day, I immediately saw a clear dashboard in Notion with a list of tasks for the first six (!) weeks and a host of practical tools. The structure and grip I needed to be able to focus right away.