Wow! I can’t believe it has been so long since I got a chance to write something about the work culture of Kott Software.
“The best small company to work” as they say, is exactly what it is here. The work culture is just right for that perfect balance of harmony at work. Yes, everybody is under the pressure to meet the deadlines, but then it doesn’t take a toll on them as it is shared by the entire team. I believe it is the “flexible” work culture that makes everything different here. As contradictory to what it may sound, I believe the “flexible” culture at Kott is what holds the team and achieve the deadlines. Kott employees quickly adapt to the flexible culture and maintains a patterned punctuality to keep the work moving.
I joined here a couple of months ago, and as the office is new, environment is different, technology and type of work unfamiliar, I’ve had to work extra hard to get things done with my usual tenacity and productivity. Although the road has been bumpy and steep, I’ve kept my head up and have persevered through the tough times. I don’t think this would have been possible for me if Kott Software adhered to to stricter 9-5 work-work-work timing. Doesn’t mean, we all come at 11am and go home by 4, the word flexibility means something you have to experience here, rather than reading from this blog.
“Happy Hours” is another “event” at Kott worth mentioning here. Don’t think that every other hour goes just unhappy, Happy Hours is when all the employees get together and engage in various fun and game activities. This is the perfect time for new comers to know the veterans from other departments and also to get to know with each other.
We all know that such activities are now common in every software firm, but, smaller the company higher is the effect. Its true, Kott is the best small company to work.