What Happened at Monterail in 2019—a Recap in Eleven Points
As we pass into the new year, many of us do some sort of mental recap of the past twelve months. Without such a reflection, chances are you will forget about pretty great things.
Hi!5 at Monterail—Employee Sabbatical Leave Stories
Since the introduction of the institution of sabbatical leave at Monterail, a paid month-long leave for any employee who has reached their five-year mark with the company (read here why we did it), a couple of our...
Client Stories: Cooleaf—from Startup To Profitable HR Tech For Enterprises
In many organizations, HR is viewed as a cost center rather than a strategic part of the business, contributing to its poor reputation.
HR Tech Expert Series: The Global Ecosystem—Interview with Enrique Rubio
The global HR tech market is booming and further growth is predicted by experts. With a skyrocketing number of latest HR tech tools, companies struggle to keep up and choose the right ones.
HR Tech Expert Series: Tackling Global Challenges—Interview with Philippa Penfold
Finding synergy between humans and technology is one of the biggest challenges lying ahead for organizations. There will always be a lot of new areas to automate and exciting shiny tech tools to implement.
On Our Way to Longevity—Why We Introduced Sabbaticals to Monterail's Organizational Culture
Earlier this June, we introduced the possibility of taking a sabbatical, available to all employees. A paid, extra month-long leave for anyone reaching their five-year mark with the company,
Working at a Software Development Company — Quality Engineer Perspective
Barely half a year ago, I couldn’t imagine myself leaving my job, changing industries, let alone moving to another city! But, the impossible actually happened, and I have spent the past six months working as a Junior...
HR Tech Expert Series: Managing Company Culture with Data—Interview with Bunch.ai
Quantifying culture. This term might seem obscure or even make you wonder, how can we measure such an intangible asset as company culture?
HR Tech Expert Series: The Role of Data in Employee Engagement—Interview with Peakon
In today’s world, organizations collect and use all sorts of data. And data fuels and sits at the heart of much of modern HR tools. While everyone is more or less aware of that fact, questions continue to abound about...
Why Knowledge Sharing is Key to Your Software Development Project—How It Works at Monterail
Most software development companies boast about the knowledge sharing going on inside their teams and even publish job offers featuring catchy gems like: "Great working place where you can learn from the best and grow."...
Monterail's 9th Birthday
Monterail has just celebrated its ninth birthday! Isn’t this milestone a good opportunity to take a look at how we got here, draw some lessons from our experiences, and make plans for the future with even greater...
How Will Your First Week At Monterail Look? — The Onboarding Process
There I was, taking a month off after I quit a job at a dynamic startup, trying to figure out where to apply next. I was sceptical about IT companies and reluctant to engage in futile job interviews, until a good friend...
HR Tech Market—What You Need to Know About It
You use them every day. Whether you work in a global enterprise or a disruptive start-up, they surround you and are quite indispensable at work. It’s them (and the accountant) who make sure everybody gets their payroll...
What Does It Mean to Be a Senior Dev at Monterail?
At Monterail, a developer's advancement is mostly concerned with a gradual increase of their responsibility for the team.
Monterail in the Financial Times 1000 List for the Second Time
Last year was proof that we can not only deliver meaningful, top-quality software for our partners but we also get recognized for our hard work and business results. We’re really proud to announce that Monterail was...
How Our Office Design Helps Us Develop Better Software
One of the risks of collaborating with external vendors is working with people from some agency whom you don’t see on a daily basis. This means you don’t really know how they work and how professional they really are....