Hi, future colleague!
At Compile, we talk a lot about how the wellbeing of consultants is at the heart of sustainable software development. But is it true, or is it just a load of nonsense?
Get to know us and you will find out! When you read about what it’s like to work at Compilate, you can draw your own conclusions.
Hope to see you soon!
How we work in a sustainable way
Skilled employees 75+
Project ♥ Consultant
Bonuses 4 X per year
How do you feel about a substantial bonus every three months? With us, it’s possible. We reward our consultants four times a year on the basis of customer surveys.
One hip operation, please!
We have no ball pond, sorry!
The best version of you
In many companies, competence development is the employee’s own responsibility, which is stupid. It’s different here. When you come to the house, we will map your knowledge and skills and tailor a development plan that will be updated regularly.
Burned-out employees 0
Throughout the history of our firm, there have been zero consultants with a burn-out (An employee of an employment pension company could not believe it, said we were cheating.) But it makes perfect sense. You play with the health of your employees, you shoot yourself in the foot.
More than the law requires
We do not stare at small print, but prefer to be more flexible than required by law or collective agreement. The aim is to make your everyday life as smooth as possible.
2/3 fewer sick days
Programming work can be exhausting. If the consultant is put on the wrong project, the end result may be severe stress and ailing body. Here, concerns are immediately addressed. That is why we suffer from sick days (1.3%) for only one third of the industry average (4.9%).
Staff turnover less than 10%
Staff turnover is traditionally a problem in this area. It is reflected directly in customer projects as staffing problems and scheduling failures. Things are different here. While staff turnover in the sector can, temporarily, be as high as 30-40%, in our company it is less than 10% in the long term.