As Sitback progresses on our path to becoming a BCORP, we’re continually exploring different ways that we, as an organisation, can be more sustainable.
Like many companies, Sitback wasn’t able to gather in person at Christmas last year due to ongoing challenges with the Omicron variant. And because we made the decision to postpone our party in the interest of protecting our team, we didn’t hold our usual gift exchange.
Instead, Sitback’s CEO, Chris McHugh, thought it would be in keeping with our company’s core value of "Community" to redistribute some of the money we would have spent on gifts as charitable donations to the causes that are close to our team’s hearts. As a part of this effort, every Sitback employee was able to select a charitable organisation to receive a contribution.
Sitback may only be at the start of its BCORP journey, but for one employee, being green has long been a way of life.
The Experience Design team at Sitback is at the beginning of an exciting new period of development. While already well respected amongst clients and partners for the quality of work and depth of research, this new chapter in the company's evolution will see appreciable growth, both in terms of capacity, and also the range of value-based services on offer.
Spearheading this change is our new Experience Design Director, Paul Taylor. I sat down with Paul for a conversation about his background, what benefits he brings for Sitback's clients, and a glimpse at his vision for the future of UX and experience design.
An interview with Sitback's CEO, Chris McHugh, on Sitback’s Certified B Corporation Journey and information on Ethical Superannuation Alternatives.
Well, this last week has been one hell of a long year. And with our entire team now working from home, we thought we would share a few little gems about what we have learnt so far on the topic of going loco ‘fully remote’: some of it funny, some of it helpful, some of it just plain ramblings as the lack of human face-to-face interaction drives us slowly crazy.
As has become the custom in these parts, we start the welcome wagon with a brief introduction - Annick tells me she doesn't like to be the centre of attention, so don't tell her you've read this, OK?
So, without further ado...
Continuing our recent round of introductions to new Sitback faces, I'd like to introduce you to our latest member of the team, Rebeka Hall.
As our team continues to grow, I'm excited to announce the arrival of our newest addition to the team, Leigh Wood!
April was a busy month here at Sitback and we had a number of new people join our team. While we’d love to invite you all around to our place to introduce them in person, we thought that a slightly more practical start would be to introduce them on our Blog first.