What We’re All About
We’re all about creating purposeful, useful SaaS solutions that help the good folks working in restaurants and hospitality. We love taking great care of our customers and having a ton of fun while we’re doing it.
Let’s Start with Our Commitment to Diversity
Today, it is with particular emphasis that we state our commitment to the Black Lives Matter movement, speaking out against injustice and systemic racism, and support of the Black community in all geographies. We embrace equality and inclusion and know that companies whose workforces are diverse in age, gender identity, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and physical ability are more innovative, agile and successful.
As a company, we will always have work to do to live up to that ideal. We are committed to facilitating change in our workplace and communities through listening, education, speaking out against injustice, encouraging volunteer efforts, and to being guided and held accountable by our Diversity Committee.
We Love Our Charity Days!
Our teams in each city take on various charitable challenges, spending days out of the office together making a difference for others.
Our User Conference: Spark
This is a snippet of what our Spark conference is like. Sure, there’s lots of learning, sharing, and insight. But maybe more importantly, it’s about people coming together – friends, colleagues, customers – and enjoying the time together.
We Like It Here
“I love the culture as well as the ability to love coming to work everyday as it challenges you professionally and intellectually!”
“Chill environment, great personalities, ongoing opportunities to be innovative/creative!”
Krystal, Customer Care
“I love that my job has many different problem solving issues. It keeps my mind sharp and active.”
Alex, Implementation and Training
“Simple. The people are a fantastically talented and great bunch, and the product is not only industry-leading, but makes a real difference in people’s lives.“
“Flexibility around my personal life. HotSchedules understands that I’m a parent first. I’ve never been made to feel guilty about leaving the office to handle personal business.”
Brandon, Product and Engineering
“Write some code for a new feature, bug fix, or dev/test tool. Attend a daily stand-up meeting. Sometimes attend a meeting or two. Review code pull requests. Answer questions and help somebody else out with a problem.”