Envano Culture: Work like a Team, Feel like a Family - Envano

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Envano Culture: Work like a Team, Feel like a Family

On my first day at Envano, I was immediately impressed with how warm and accepting the work environment is here. I have never worked at an agency before, so I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. However, Envano isn’t your typical agency, and that comes through in both our work and our life in the office.

Teamwork Makes the Dream Work

We all work hard to get our jobs done, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun while doing it. We have a very positive work environment where everyone on the team gets along. Everyone is able to express their quirky personality, and you can bet we’ll be talking about the newest Avengers movie or video game launch in between meetings and in the lunchroom. It’s also not uncommon for us to exchange a few pranks here and there. When it comes down to it, being an employee at Envano is like being a part of a family.

Love What You Do

It also helps that I truly love what I do. I’ve always enjoyed writing code and building websites. I love being able to bring website designs to life through development. Ultimately, my goal is to create websites that are as functional as they are beautiful. At Envano, I’m able to voice my ideas and know they are heard. Since the environment here encourages innovation and exploration, no idea is ever discounted as too crazy to test. Every day, I’m happy to come to work (even on Mondays).

People (and Dogs) First

The Envano culture truly puts people first. From our flat organizational structure to our serving leadership principles, Envano is designed to create an environment where people are comfortable and motivated. Together, we are able to push each other, and our partners, to excel. Of course, our team wouldn’t be complete without our canine Chief Happiness Officers, who help ensure we take a break when needed (even if it’s just to give them a quick belly scratch).

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