Digital Nomads, Home Based Reps,and everyone that needs collaborations apps- Rejoice!! Confluence now has a bigger and better office in the Philippines, and it’s located in Bonifacio Global City.. and the best of it, they are hiring!!.
Atlassian is one of the leading providers of collaboration software which thousands of companies worldwide already use.. Companies like NASA and Coca Cola to name a few..
Atlassian currently employs 40 people in the Philippines – all Filipinos.. to support their shared services profile for the company..
Why work with Atlassian? Besides their cool culture of wear what ever you want in the office like most BPO’s, they have free food in the pantry, coffee, 5 days paid foundation leave which is time you can use to volunteer in any of your chosen charities…and did I mention free BEER on Fridays?? COool!!
Atlassian currently has 6 offices around the world, with the latest being in the Philippines and Texas, USA hiring 300 more personnel to bring them upto 1,000 heads already..
Another cool thing about Atlassian is that it donates majority of its earning for its entry level products to charities in Cambodia by Majority Vote of the employees.
Entry level products are those like the Confluence Team Collaboration software which only costs 10 usd per month for 10 people to use – cool, right?
Here are some of the Executives of Atlassian that spent some time with us during the short interview..
From the Left is Andrew Railings, who is the Vice President for Operations and manages Atlasssian’s IT, support and business operations teams. Next is Jeff Diana, who is the Chief People Officer who is basically responsible for recruitment, growth and development of Atlassian’s personnel. The only rose among the hunks is Sandi Kochhar, is the head of People Operations and Shared Services at Atlassian. and the last but not the least is Bennieson Co, Head of the Philippines Shared Services..
If you want to find out more about Atlassian, drop on by their website and read more… Trust ,me, for home based reps and nomads – their software would make our lives easier..