What Is it Like to Work at CrowdSource?

By: Brittany Corners | Published: August 5, 2015

-Every accomplishment starts with the decisionchanging the way the world works with our innovative platform and forward-thinking team.

How was CrowdSource founded? 
It’s an interesting story, actually. While operating an online publishing business, our founders developed a need for creating engaging, scalable web content. Rather than hiring 150+ team members, our founders decided to look to outsourcing. They used some of the common freelancer platforms on the market, but quickly found managing freelancers at scale was a full-time job in itself. So, they decided to create software to do it for them. As the platform evolved, it became evident this software could be extremely useful to other businesses. That’s when CrowdSource was spun off as its own business entity.

The Culture at CrowdSource
Our leadership team values creativity, collaboration and outside-the-box thinking. Walk through our office and you’ll notice these themes integrated throughout. From the open floor plan to the fully stocked lounge, our “work hard, play hard” attitude inspires open ideation. Everything about our space has been carefully designed with our team members in mind. Much like our approach to software development, usability is our first priority.

Perks of Working at CrowdSource
There are a lot. Our team enjoys an on-site gym and free workout sessions with a personal trainer twice per week, free haircuts, oil changes, and a casual dress code. Lunch is catered every Friday, and on top of that, we take “TGIF” to a new level by closing our office at 2:30 every other Friday. Why? Because we empower our team to focus on accomplishing goals, not working crazy hours.

Some say that the freelance movement is the future of work, but we believe the future of work is now. There has never been a more exciting time to be a part of this team!

Ready to learn more? Watch this video, which contains a message from our CEO, Stephanie Leffler.

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