You read that right - 15 talented new RedCloud team members have joined our force in the last three months...and we couldn’t be more excited to tell you about each one of them. This class of talent and expertise comes from varying backgrounds - from decades of industry experience, product development, telecom, software engineering and marketing...they’ve all been there, done that. We’re confident in their skills and look forward to the success they will help our clients achieve going forward into the second half of 2021.
Read on to meet each new team member and hear more about what made them a perfect fit for RedCloud given their impressive backgrounds.
We’re excited to hear from Puget Sound Business Journal that once again we’ve been listed as on their annual Washington's Best Workplaces roundup of the top 100 businesses for employee satisfaction. It’s a true honor to hear that even given the challenging times of the last year, our employees are proud to call RedCloud home. With a dedication to transparency - and a constant commitment to it during our busiest seasons - we’re thrilled to see that our employee survey results were overwhelmingly positive.
In an instant it seemed, the Spring of 2020 stopped the rhythm of office life in its tracks and rearranged the way we, as workers, divide work and home. It’s now rather familiar to virtually visit each of our coworkers’ homes through a Microsoft Teams video call, sometimes waving to their family members or being understanding of a quick virtual school interjection from a youngster.
With vaccines rolling out quickly across the Seattle region, we know the return to the traditional workplace is ahead later in 2021 for many, but we also know the return to what the workplace was in 2020 has disappeared from our grasp. As we weigh the positive of no commute time with the challenge of isolation, we are all left wondering what the new 2021 version of the office landscape looks like.