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If you're used to standing out, you'll fit right in.

Wanna know a secret? We really like working here. It’s because Geonetric is founded on the principles that make a great company. Transparency. Trust. Free soda.

Transparency

One of the first things you’ll notice about our employees is that we’re all invested in Geonetric’s success. From the top down, we’re all on the same page, working toward the same goals. We hold monthly company meetings where we review successes and discuss challenges — openly. So it should come as no surprise that we have an open door policy here. If you want to talk to our CEO, his door is always open. If it’s closed, he’s probably on an important call. Or jamming out to Pandora®.   

Trust

We have no managers. No organizational chart. No bottlenecks to slow you down. Our company went agile, which means everyone is on a self-organizing team, focused solely on how to best deliver value to our clients as quickly as possible. We hire smart people — those who want to excel in their disciplines, not people who just want to climb a corporate ladder. So what happens when you mix a lot of smart people and get out of their way? A lot of “firsts” and “bests.” Did you know we’re the first healthcare–specific online solutions provider to push responsive design? And did you know we’ve got the best Calendar & Events module on the market? There’s no "thanks for participating" ribbons around here.

Free Soda

It’s more than free soda. It’s also free fruit, cereal and massages. It’s also flex time and casual dress code. But don’t focus on the things — focus on what they mean. We treat our employees well. We even sling Kudos® bars to each other for going above and beyond. And some of us are really bad aims, but that doesn't discourage us from trying.

Intrigued?

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