A Look Inside the Hireology Office

By Adam Robinson,
April 9, 2014

There is nothing more enjoyable than leaving work with a smile on your face and looking forward to returning the next day. Company culture is a hot topic within many of our blogs because it is one of the most important aspects of working in the office. The culture here at Hireology is really the core that keeps everyone together, happy, and productive. 

When you enter Hireology’s office you will see the ping-pong/conference table to the left, Will Farrell’s character Ricky Bobby posted on the walls, a Nintendo console under the television, exercise balls as chairs, a bean bag to sit on and a custom made Hireology bar. Labcoat_ceremony_2These things themself are artifacts displaying the exciting culture inside the office. We love to work hard as motivation to take a break to play a ping-pong tournament with our fellow employees. There is nothing better than hearing laughter and ping-pong balls bouncing from the table while sitting at your desk. 

The first time I stepped through the glass doors of Hireology’s office I could instantly feel the happiness radiating off of the employees. Anyone who saw me greeted me with a smile and an upbeat ‘hello.’ I thought to myself, ‘Is this too good to be true?’ After being in the office for several weeks the happiness and greets never stopped. I began to notice that I was even excited to wake up at 6 a.m. and head to work.

So, why was everyone really happy? The answer is the company culture. Here at Hireology work is mixed with a lot of fun. We start everyday together speaking in a big circle and continue the day working and feeding off of each others personalities. Work is not just sitting at a desk and staring at your computer here at Hireology, instead it is a small family colaborating with one another to produce the best work possible. 

About the Author

Adam co-founded Hireology with the mission to help growing companies make better hiring decisions through data and better technology. Adam is passionate about entrepreneurship, donating time to a number of organizations that support the entrepreneurial cause. Adam completed his undergraduate study at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and received his MBA from DePaul University in Chicago, IL.