IT’S OUR PEOPLE THAT MAKE US WHO WE ARE
Our culture sets us apart from the rest; we value our people as much as we value our business. We believe in creating an environment where people can thrive and feel the thrill of taking on new challenges. We encourage them to balance their personal and professional life; this makes room for creativity to flow.
The Orange way of Life includes the following programs.
Share & Learn
Sharing our interests and knowledge is what brings us closer together as a family. Every Friday, one of our members gets to share their interests, ideas, hobbies or culture with the rest of us. We've learned that the more we get to know each other, the closer we become.
Work n' Lunch
We create opportunities for companies that are interested in collaborating with us, and provide an open space in our headquarters so they can share their proposals, ideas, products and services with our family. Work n’ Lunch takes place every Wednesday from 13:00-15:30.
If your company is interested in participating, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org to
book a date.
Flex Time 4 Mommies
Orange mommies receive additional benefits while working in our company. We help them create a balance between their work and family time. We offer them the opportunity to work part-time from home and provide economic support once their babies are born. We have also secured special deals with high-quality daycare centers.
There’s no place like home. Orange members may choose one day of the week to work from home. Whether they need time away from their desks, an extra 30 minutes in bed, or even spend more time with their pets, they get to enjoy this Orange perk. We’ve proven this initiative increases the company’s productivity and increases everyone’s happiness.
We encourage Orange members to become community leaders. We’ve developed a range of programs with the most renowned universities. This initiative supports our members in becoming public speakers, teachers, advisers, or writers, and share their professional experience with undergraduate students.