Culture

Ever wonder what it's like to manage or work at WonderProxy? Read about the challenges of running a remote-only company and how we've approached various policies.

FITC 2017 Toronto Recap

by Caroline Shaw on

FITC is Canada’s largest tech conference and is conveniently held in Toronto at the Hilton every spring. I’ve been going for the past four years, and I always feel like it’s time well spent. There’s usually a decent blend of practical knowledge that I can take back to my day job, but also also a foc…

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WonderProxy's Parental Leave Policy

by Paul Reinheimer on

As a growing concern, WonderProxy needed a parental leave policy, so we wrote one. We're pretty happy with it, so we wanted to share the policy we've crafted and a little bit of the rationale behind the decisions we've made: Proposed[1] parental leave policy: Employee gets 4 months paid leave from W…

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Three Books You Get When You Start at WonderProxy

by Paul Reinheimer on

I've found three books tremendously transformative when it comes to how I view the world around me: The Design of Everyday Things, Turn the Ship Around!, and The Checklist Manifesto. Each of them impacted me enough that I want everyone at WonderProxy to have their insight as well. The Design of Ever…

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