The hours are flexible. There is no official start and stop time. The team is driven to get their work done, not be micromanaged by hours. This for sure means you will see people there late, but that is driven by them, not a manager breathing down their neck. That said, we have big goals and a lot on our plates as a small team, so people who are not personally driven to achieve results for themselves and the company will struggle to hit our goals and succeed at Aunt Bertha.
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Aunt Bertha a better place to work?
Actually communicate with potential employees about acquiring a position and be COMPLETELY transparent
Being a startup and in Austin, what can prospective employees expect to make as a salary range?
Hi. The answer depends on the position available. Where appropriate, we list salaries on the job postings themselves. Overall, we feel that we're competitive with comparable positions at other positions in Austin.